Health  Nigeria Project #33245

Save a million young ones from HIV/AIDS in Nigeria

by Good Samaritan Widows Support Foundation


The project will reach 2,000,000 adolescents and young people with comprehensive HIV knowledge within 6 months. It will engage 100,000 adolescents and young people to participate in the HIV response at the Federal, State and Local Government level. It will ensure 3,000 adolescents and young people receive HIV tests, know their results, and are enrolled in treatment care and support. It will save the lives of 200 young people living with HIV/AIDS from stigmatization/discrimination in Nigeria.

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HIV and AIDS continues to ravage our economy up till this very moment. New infections are still rising, especially among children and young people. Deaths from AIDS related diseases are increasing rapidly, eventually peaking in 2005. Stigma is a huge problem for most people living with HIV. There are more than 15 million children orphaned by AIDS as well as having a devastating impact on families, these issues are also damaging to many countries' economies with Nigeria Inclusive.


This initiative will undertake sensitization seminars to educate Traditional and Religious Bodies, Primary, Secondary, Tertiary Schools in Plateau State Nigeria targeting 1 million young people with adequate information on HIV/AIDS in 6 months. Strategic partnerships with primary health care and non governmental organisations focused on health care services especially testing, counseling and treatment of HIV/AIDS operating in Nigeria would be established.

Long-Term Impact

This project will sensitize over 2 million young people on HIV/AIDS. It will save the lives of 100,000 children, adolescents and young people living with HIV/AIDS. It will ensure that 5,000 adolescents and young people receive HIV tests, know their results, and are enrolled in treatment care and support on a yearly basis.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).

Project Leader:
Rabi Lere
Jos, Plateau Nigeria

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