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  • APIN BRAND UNVEILING – Press Statement

    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 event attended by dignitaries, partners, funders and other health-related stakeholders. Speaking at the ceremony, the Chief Executive Director of the APIN, Dr Prosper Okonkwo, said the operating experience in Nigeria dates […]

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  • APIN AWARD/GALA NIGHT

    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 celebrate staff who have put in more than ten years meritorious service in the organization for their selfless service to the poor and vulnerable people. The event was also meant to identify […]

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  • PROSPER OKONKWO: There is No Sickness Called AIDS – Interview session with ThisDay Newspapers

    PROSPER OKONKWO: There is No Sickness Called AIDS – Interview session with ThisDay Newspapers

    For Dr Prosper Okonkwo, the Chief Executive Officer of the APIN Public Health Initiative (former AIDS Prevention Initiative for Nigeria), fighting HIV/AIDS and intervening in public health is a way of life. Recently, the President, Muhammadu Buhari launched the Nigeria HIV/AIDS Indicator and Impact Survey, NAIIS, which showed that HIV/AIDS prevalence has dropped sharply in […]

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  • APIN STRENGTHENS COLLABORATION TO IMPROVE HEALTHCARE IN ONDO

    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 Medical Centre, Owo, Ondo state to improve the care of persons living with HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases. This was the main discussion when a team from APIN, led by the Head […]

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  • Group decries N2000 monthly HIV drugs fee – APIN commended for allowing PLWHIV Free access to Treatment

    Group decries N2000 monthly HIV drugs fee – APIN commended for allowing PLWHIV Free access to Treatment

    The Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria (NEPWHAN) has called on governments to ensure Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) is completely free, accessible and without user fee in 2019. Peter Obialor, Lagos State Coordinator of the group, made the plea in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Lagos. He […]

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  • 16 Days Activism Against Gender Based Violence – GBV

    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 Violence – GBV is one of the modes of transmitting HIV, all people are affected by GBV but Women and Girls are more affected due to Lack of Control […]

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