Holy family Catholic Hospital (HFCH) Ikom is a faith based facility supported by the USAID funded SIDHAS project to provide comprehensive HIV/AIDS services to the people of Ikom in Cross River State and congruent communities in Cameroon. The two hundred and sixty six (266) bed facility with maternity, female, male, children, amenity ward, eye clinic, theatre and laboratory was built in 1950. With the activation of comprehensive HIV/AIDS services by FHI 360 and partners, with funding from PEPFAR through USAID, the facility has been able to provide the needed services for all cases presenting at the facility. (more…)READ MORE
World Food Day is a day of action against hunger.
World Food Day is a day of action against hunger. On October 16, people around the world come together to declare their commitment to eradicate hunger in our lifetime. Because when it comes to hunger, the only acceptable number in the world is zero. (more…)READ MORE
Global handwashing day occurs October 15th every year. It is a campaign designed to mobilize and motivate people all over the world/globe to wash their hands with water and soap. Initially the main theme and focus was on school children. (more…)READ MORE
For many years, Mrs. Elizabeth Abiodun could only see life from the prism of her pain and agony. She watched her children go hungry and unable to go to school like other children around them. Life had lost its meaning to her as she struggled constantly to put food on the table. So was her story until the USAID funded SIDHAS project through support to one of its implementing agencies (Humanity Family Foundation for Peace and Development) gave her children hope for a brighter future. (more…)READ MORE