FHI 360 Stands with the Government of Nigeria at the Cutting Edge of HIV Prevention, Treatment and Care

In a demonstration of commitment to universal access and to remain at the forefront of quality HIV/AIDS service provision, the Government of Nigeria (GoN) recently updated its guidelines for HIV prevention, treatment and care in line with the latest World Health Organization (WHO) standards.  FHI 360 through United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded project, Strengthening Integrated Delivery of HIV/AIDS Services (SIDHAS), contributed to the development of these new guidelines as well as led technical sessions and made presentations in the recently organized dissemination event by the GoN. (more…)


The Honorable Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole, attends The Global Fund Principal Recipient (FHI 360) orientation organized for Sub-Recipients

The Global Fund is a 21st century partnership organization designed to accelerate the end of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria as epidemics. Founded in 2002, the Global Fund is a partnership between governments, civil society, the private sector, and people affected by the disease. The Global Fund raises and invests nearly US$4 billion every year to support programs run by local experts in countries and communities most in need.  (more…)


Global health in the age of the SDGs

Over the past 15 years, we have witnessed major declines in child and maternal mortality and progress in the fight against HIV, tuberculosis and malaria in countries around the world. Still, an estimated 5.9 million children under 5 died in 2015, mostly from preventable causes. That same year, 2.1 million people became newly infected with HIV, and an estimated 214 million people contracted malaria. (more…)


A Reason to Smile again – Diana’s Story

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 death, she was left with no hope of survival; but that was before she met the USAID funded SIDHAS project team who were on one of their targeted service activation visit to one of the facilities in her community. This encounter was to mark a turning point in her life.