en English
ar Arabiczh-CN Chinese (Simplified)nl Dutchen Englishfr Frenchde Germanit Italianpt Portugueseru Russianes Spanish

Global Fund HIV Project

Focused on strategies aimed at increasing access to comprehensive HIV services (HTS, PMTCT, TB/HIV and ART) for both general and key populations while aligning with the goal of attaining the UNAIDS 90-90-90 goal, this project was implemented in eight states (Sokoto, Zamfara, Kebbi, Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Katsina, & Gombe) and supported 191 facilities (45 comprehensive facilities, 146 PHCs) & two one stop shops.

Project Date: 2011 - 2020
Funder: The Global Fund, through the National Agency for the Control of AIDS (2011 – 2016) and through FHI360 (2017 – 2020)
Country: Nigeria

897,363 pregnant women received HIV testing and counseling services as well as results

1,960 HIV-infected pregnant women started ART to reduce mother-to-child HIV transmission

Almost 2 million received HIV testing and counseling

23,374 living with HIV received antiretroviral therapy received antiretroviral therapy

What We Did

  • Activating the site that would provide comprehensive HIV services
  • Training, mentoring, and supervising facility staff to increase quality of care
  • Educating mentor mothers to function as peer counsellors for PMTCT clients
  • Engaging case managers to provide guidance and support for patients to keep appointments and promote antiretroviral adherence and retention-in-care
  • Promoting community engagement through TBAs and male peer educators

Project Staff Members

Dr. Amina Aminu Dorayi

Country Director

Dr. Amina Aminu Dorayi is a physician and public health professional with 17 years’ extensive experience in designing and managing health system and sustainable development programs aimed at...

Other Projects

Tubiteho (Let’s Take Care of Them)

Burundi has some of the highest maternal mortality and fertility rates in the world. Burundians face numerous vulnerabilities including widespread malnutrition and prevalence of malaria. Tubiteho...

Read More

Services de Santé de Qualité pour Haïti

When the earthquake struck Haiti in 2010, it displaced more than 1.5 million people, making it nearly impossible to access health care. See how we reached more than 5 million Haitians over the last...

Read More

Shukhi Jibon

Despite accelerating toward middle-income status, Bangladesh struggles to provide equitable access to health care. Shukhi Jibon addresses this—increasing family planning service uptake by...

Read More