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EXPERTS RAISE CONCERNS ON TUBERCULOSIS

Minister of Health; Prof. Isaac Adewole briefing the press in Abuja Nigeria is classified among the 14 countries with high burden for TB, MDR-TB & TB/HIV and contributes 8% to the global 4.1million missing TB cases after India (25%), Indonesia (16%). Nigeria ranks 8th among the high burden MDR TB countries. In Nigeria, 4.3% of

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FIRST QUARTER, 2018 SITE COMMANDERS/SITE TEAM LEADERS’ MEETING

On 17th & 18th January 2018, HIFASS attended the flag off opening ceremony of Ministry of Defense, Health Implementation Programme, Walter Reed Program-Nigeria (MODHIP-DOD WRP-N) site Commanders/site team Leaders meeting which was held at Top Rank hotel in Abuja. . The meeting is said to be a biannual MODHIP-DoD WRP-N that enables commanders present their

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STAFF GETS TRAINED ON PROPOSAL WRITING, FUNDRAISING AND GRANTS MANAGEMENT

As part of capacity building and staff development, the Business Development team and other staff acquired a training on Resource Mobilization on 12th & 17th January, 2018 in Abuja. The two-day training attended by 21 personnel was in 3 sessions which included proposal writing, fundraising and grants management. The Managing-Director HIFASS, Tuedon Uweja in his

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HIFASS-LOPIN 3 MARKS WORLD AIDS DAY 2017

As a recommended yearly activity, 1st December has set aside to mark the World AIDS Day nationwide, however HIFASS-LONPIN 3 in Cross River State also participated in commemorating the day by supporting those living with HIV/AIDS and to honor those who have lost their lives as a result of the virus and create awareness for

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15 DAYS OF GENDER ACTIVITIES

HIFASS-LOPIN 3, in a bid to support the fight against Gender Based Violence (GBV) and Gender Discrimination, keyed into the states’ 15 days of activities on gender which commenced on the 30th November, 2017. A rally was held on the first day as well as other sessions for sensitization on GBV and Gender Discrimination. In

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EMPOWERMENT OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN IN CROSS RIVER AND EBONYI STATES

PEPFAR Statistics have shown that 74% of all new HIV infections among adolescents in Sub-Saharan Africa take place in girls, this has increased the need to focus on Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) in development initiatives. To this end, and in line with the HIFASS-LOPIN 3 organizational goal of improving the quality of life

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