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Food and Nutrition Technical Assistance Project: On a Mission of Transformational Change

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Monday (real name withheld) is a 39-year-old PLHIV (People Living with HIV), whose means of sustenance is taxi driving. He resides in Rivers state and was diagnosed with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) in 2013.

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A Reason to Smile again – Diana’s Story

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Ms. Diana, (real name concealed to protect identity of client) a young woman and trader hails from a rural community in Yenagoa local government area of Bayelsa State. Her family has been devastated since the loss of her husband to AIDS. Diana and her two year old son are also HIV positive. After her husband’s

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Akwa Ibom State Vulnerable Children: A Chance for a Brighter Future

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Birth registration is an essential national requirement for identification of any individual in a civil society. Many children orphaned by AIDS in Akwa Ibom state had suffered the double jeopardy of not been numbered and counted among the citizens of the land thereby disenfranchising them from their basic rights and benefits. The USAID funded SIDHAS

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Joining Hands with FHI 360 to draw cART into MBO Local Government Area: The Story of Sam Effiong

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Akwa Ibom state has the second highest HIV prevalence rate amongst pregnant women in the country, out of which only 7% of HIV positive pregnant women received anti-retrovirals (ARVs) for prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT) in 2012 and a treatment coverage of 40.7% (PCRP 2012) demonstrating large gaps in reaching those in need

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