Our Team

Jane Nwokeji,MBBS

Matthew Eshalomi,PhD

Board Chair

Stella Iwuagwu,PhD,MPH,MS,RN,RM,RPHN,CHES -

CRH Executive Director

Mr Bede Eziefule, MA

Board Secretary

 

David Nwedu,MBA

Margaret Chibututu,B.Pharm,MPH

Ambrose Obi Esq

Mrs Falilat Salami, RN,RM,MPH

 

Beatrice J. Okon, RN

News

Advocacy Visit To FCT Public Complaints Commission.

CRH paid an advocacy visit to Public Complaints Commission (PCC) on the 4th of May 2016 at 11am. The CRH team consisting of Udeme Peter-Ijeh, Chizo Goudjo and Adeyemo Bolanle...

Advocacy Visit To UNODC In Ikoyi

One of the major activities of the UNODC project is advocacy, on the 25th of January 2016; Centre for the Right to Health (CRH) visited United Nations Office on Drugs...

The Meeting With The Nigerian Medical Association

The meeting started in earnest at about 11:20am having waited for the arrival of the President and the members of his team. The NMA president met the CRH team led...

Meeting With The Executives Of The National Association Of Nigerian Nurses And Midwives (NANNM)

Whereas a meeting with the executives of the NANNM kick-started at the Nurses House at about 12:40pm with the executives already seated prior to the arrival of the CRH Team....

CRH's TV Program On Patients' Rights

CRH partners ITV, Abuja on a 20 minute live program to educate the general public on their rights as healthcare seekers while using the National Health Act 2014 and the...

Courtesy Visit To Medical And Dental Council Of Nigeria.

CRH paid a courtesy visit to Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN) on the 11th of May 2016 at 10am. The CRH team consisting of Executive Director, Dr Stella...

Our Funders

PROJECT

FUNDER

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Research and Informed Advocacy on the Rights of Persons Living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria

 

Towards Rights Protection and Health Promotion for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria

 

Building Partnership for the Right to Health

 

Research on Human Rights and Access to Health Care for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria

Research, Outreach and Advocacy activities to Protect the Human Rights of Persons Living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria

To promote the Rights to Persons Living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria

 

Capacity Building for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS and Nurses on HIV Counseling and Care

Establishment of Voluntary Counseling and Testing Services in Abuja, Nigeria

 

Establishment of Voluntary Counselling and Testing Services in Abuja, Nigeria

For Research, Public Education and Public Advocacy on the Rights of Persons Living with HIV/AIDS n Nigeria

Strengthening Voluntary Counseling and Testing Services in Abuja

For Media and Community Advocacy to Promote Voluntary Counseling and Testing for HIV and the Rights of Persons Living with HIV in Nigeria

 

To Provide Voluntary Counseling and Testing Services to the General Population of Abuja

Consolidating Voluntary Counseling and Testing Services in Abuja

To Promote VCT, Care and Support as Strategies for HIV Prevention, Care and Stigma Reduction in Nigeria

 

Expanding the Frontiers of Care and Support for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria

Promoting Universal Access to HIV treatment in Nigeria

Scaling up Gender sensitive HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support interventions for adults and children in Nigeria

Strengthening HIV Prevention Services for Most-at-Risk Population (MARPS)

Ford Foundation

 

 

 

Ford  Foundation

 

 

 

 

Institute of International Education

 

The Futures Group International

 

 

Ford Foundation

 

 

 

Red Hot Organization

 

 

Pathfinder International

 

 

Solidarite Sida, France

 

 

 

Nigerian American Public Professionals Association

 

Ford Foundation

 

 

 

 

Solidarite Sida

 

 

Ford Foundation

 

 

 

 

 

French Embassy

 

 

 

Solidarite Sida

 

 

Marc Foundation/Foundation of France

 

 

Solidarite Sida

 

 

Solidarite Sida

 

Global Fund HIV  Round 9

 

 

 

USAID

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May 23 2012 – May 22 2017

     

About Us

INTRODUCTION

 Centre for the Right to Health (CRH) is a non-profit organization founded in 1999 with a mission for research, training, advocacy and service delivery towards the realization of the right to health especially for vulnerable and marginalized groups in Nigeria. CRH works with and seeks to mobilize the efforts of a wide range of stakeholders to research issues bearing on the right to health, design effective policy options for dealing with such issues and utilize appropriate strategies for enforcing the rights of Nigerians to health. Its partners include community based organizations; health focused NGOs, health authorities and service providers, the media, human rights groups and activists.

VISION

A Nigeria where quality healthcare is available, affordable and accessible; where patients are treated with dignity and their human rights respected irrespective of sex, age, status or disease condition.

 

MISSION

To research, train, provide services and advocate for the full realization of the right to health and to promote respect for ethics and human rights in healthcare policies and practices especially for vulnerable and marginalized groups in Nigeria. 

Contact Us

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

E-mail: info@crhnigeria.org

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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