Maternal Newborn Child And Adolescent Health (MNCAH)


  • Trained traditional birth attendants (TBAs), Community Health Extension Workers (CHEWs) and Midwives on reproductive health and safe motherhood and to act as CORPs to promote 16 KHHPs to reduce maternal, newborn and child morbidity and mortality.


  • Communityeducation campaigns and awareness on sexual and reproductive health issues such as nutrition, breastfeeding, family planning, gender issues and male involvement


  • Facilitated perinatal support groups to engage and support young mothers and their families


  • Strengthening antenatal clinics in the selected communities through health education, counseling, routine laboratory screening including HIV testing and treatment for common infections including malaria and STI



HIV/AIDS/STI Prevention And Impact Mitigation


  • HIV prevention interventions- outreach, peer education, HIV counseling, testing and referrals for youth, women, men, sex workers, men who have sex with men, injection drug users, uniform personnel, road transport workers among others.
  • Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV through education, HIV testing of pregnant women and accompanied referral of HIV positive ones to facilitate treatment and specialized care.
  • Treatment, care and support for HIV/AIDS and opportunistic infections, including home based care.
  • Syndromic management of STIs
  • Facilitated formation of CBOs and support groups of affected communities and built their capacity for governance, peer education, treatment adherence, self management and economic empowerment
  • Developed and disseminated variety of information, education, communication (IEC) materials
  • Collaborated with gospel communication international to produce ’Starting Over’ – a movie about Christian response to HIV/AIDS


Drug Dependency And Addiction Prevention, Treatment And Support

  • Community outreach and education on substance abuse prevention and care
  • Community based counselling, treatment and support services for people who use drugs and their families
  • Prevention education, screening and referral for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, and TB among people who use drugs

First NGO to commence a drug treatment centre in

Community Health Education And Services Via “Health On Wheels”


  • Mobile primary health care services and health education in rural areas and city outskirts.
  • Services include community health education and promotion
    • Screening, treatment and referral for diseases like:Malaria, Typhoid, HIV/AIDS, STIs, Viral hepatitis, -Respiratory tract infections, Diabetes, Hypertension, Tuberculosis, Family planning services



Over 2.5million people in 30 communities in the FCT, Lagos and Imo States have been reached since 2008.

Health Systems Strengthening


  • Promoting professional excellence among health professional
  • Human rights, ethics and related training for health professionals
  • National nursing excellence award and essay competition
  • Dialogue with health workers on quality health care and accountable services


  • Renovated and equipped primary health care centres with instruments and supplies for delivery and family planning; and trained health workers/community volunteers to manage and sustain the centers
  • Organize the NigerianNursing Excellence award and essay competition for nursing students and nurses in practice in collaboration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria
  • Dialoguesseries with health professionals on human rights, ethics, patient-centered and accountable services
  • Reflective seminars on ‘Awakening the Spirituality of the Nursing Profession’

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Contact Us

Tel: 234 1 7743816, 234 8 0 9300 6708,


Abuja: A1 Aknaton Homes, Plot 822 Durumi District, Dunamis Church and Garki 1 Police Station, Garki Area 1, Abuja.

Lagos:37, Coker Road, Ilupeju, Lagos, Nigeria.


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