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Dr Oluseye Ajayi Accepted into Emory Nigeria HIV Research Tr

APIN’s Dr Oluseye Ajayi, the Project Manager for the CDC-funded Sustained Care Seeking for Fever and Antenatal Services project has been accepted in

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APIN Plateau State and Plateau State Ministry of Hea

#TBT: Most HIV/AIDS programs and interventions are focused on reaching adults. Children and

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Physicians to Fed Govt: build resilient health systems

By Moses Emorinken, Abuja The Association of Public Health Physicians of Nigeria (APHPN) has urged the government to leverage on the opportunity crea

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US commits $6billion worth HIV AIDS support to Nigeria in 18



The US Consul General in Nigeria, Claire Pierangelo, said on Wednesday that her country had since 2003 contributed over $6billion worth of

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HELPING WOMEN THRIVE Success Stories | Benue State

In Benue and Plateau States, we implement the Orphans and Vulnerable Children programme within our wider HIV/AIDS program. Through this program, we em

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APIN Ondo’s Dr. Oluwafemi Ajayi Selected as CDC Global TB

Dr Ajayi, along with five other individuals, initiatives and organizations around the world, was recognized for his meaningful contributions to end Tu

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APIN Public Health Initiatives (APIN) and Plateau State Mini

HIV Treatment Surge will accelerate HIV case finding and treatment for HIV-positive individuals in Plateau State JOS, PLATEAU STATE, NIGERIA — Ma

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APIN Commissions its New Corporate Headquarters in Abuja

ABUJA FCT, NIGERIA — December 5, 2020 — APIN Public Health Initiatives, a leading non-governmental organization that designs and executes projects

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“15+ Years of PEPFAR: How US Action on HIV/AIDS has Change

PEPFAR investments in Nigeria have not only transformed HIV care and treatment; they have also strengthened the health system to better provide non-HI

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PEPFAR and Health Systems Transformation in

By Prosper Okonkwo HIV diagnosis in Sub Saharan Africa in the nineties and early 2000s was literally a death sentence. This was either due to

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APIN AWARD/GALA NIGHT

On Friday 14th December 2018, APIN Public Health Initiatives hosted its staff members to a Gala and Awards Night to recognize, appreciate and celebrat

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APIN BRAND UNVEILING – Press Statement

APIN Unveils New Corporate Identity, To Expand Scope of Work APIN Public Health Initiatives has unveiled its new corporate identity in Abuja at an

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16 Days Activism Against Gender Based Violence – GBV

To achieve the 1st 90 of the UNAIDS 90-90-90 vision APIN joined the rest of the world to commemorate this year 16 Days Activism Against Gender-Based V

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Group decries N2000 monthly HIV drugs fee – APIN commended

The Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria (NEPWHAN) has called on governments to ensure Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) is completely free, a

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APIN STRENGTHENS COLLABORATION TO IMPROVE HEALTHCARE IN ONDO

In line with its commitment to improve health and change lives, the APIN Public Health Initiatives has strengthened its collaboration with the Federal

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SCALE UP OF FAST TRACK SERVICES IN ONDO

SCALE UP OF FAST TRACK SERVICES IN ONDO Fast Track services underscores a significant leap in the spectrum of quality service delivery. Fast Track

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PROSPER OKONKWO: There is No Sickness Called AIDS – Interv

For Dr Prosper Okonkwo, the Chief Executive Officer of the APIN Public Health Initiative (former AIDS Prevention Initiative for Nigeria), fighting HIV

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