Initiative for Integrated Community Welfare in Nigeria (IICWIN)

IICWIN strives to be a world class, community oriented, peoplefocused organization, contributing to transforming Nigeria to a nation of empowered, health and happy communities free from the scourge of disease, poverty, and ignorance.

Initiative for Integrated Community Welfare in Nigeria (IICWIN)
8 Alphonso Road, Shasha/Ojoo
Secretariat PO Box 29802
Ibadan, Oyo State Not Applicable
Nigeria
2348034370171

Board of Directors

Charles Aworh, Samuel Omokhodion, Ebunlomo Walker, Oladapo Walker, Clara Kayode, George Lasebikan, Damilola Walker, Joshua Adeniyi, Bosede Adetoro, Yemisi Olawoyin-Olabode, Oluwatosin Aina, Jumoke Adebayo, Peju Boladale, Funmilayo Johnson, Yetunde Albert, Funmi Odunewu, Adun Festus, Olumide Kehinde

Mission

IICWIN strives to be a world class, community oriented, peoplefocused organization, contributing to transforming Nigeria to a nation of empowered, health and happy communities free from the scourge of disease, poverty, and ignorance.

Programs

We provide holistic treatment, prevention, care and support services that ensure positive outcomes for women and children living with and affected by HIV and AIDS. We provide direct services to individuals and households affected by HIV and AIDS. We also build the capacity of local leaders, institutions and individuals to strengthen the resilience of vulnerable communities. Over 7.3 million Nigerian children live in households and communities rendered extremely vulnerable by HIV and AIDS. For many communities, the confluence of disease and poverty is overwhelming, and coping mechanisms have been weakened. IICWIN is partnering with over 10 communities in Nigeria to develop sustainable responsive models. Since 2005, IICWIN has: Conducted HIV prevention and education sessions in over 25 villages within its areas of operation, providing counseling and testing services to over 500 individuals Provided over 250 individuals with continuum of care services to improve their adherence to life-saving antiretroviral medication, and encourage continued enrollment in treatment programs through its Rural AIDS Care and Treatment Access (RACTA) Program in partnership with Awojobi Clinic, Eruwa Supported over 250 children with important psychosocial, health, education, and nutrition services Provided over 250 individuals with counseling services centered around an innovative radio- and SMS-based health and HIV literacy program, Amodaju, covering all six states of Southwestern Nigeria Trained dozens of midwives, community health workers, and community volunteers in basic HIV prevention and child protection services

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