USAID Launches New Activity to Support Children Orphaned or Made Vulnerable to HIV in Lagos

Lagos – On July 6, 2021, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Deputy Office Director for HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis Helina Meri joined Lagos State First Lady Dr. Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu at the launch of a new activity designed to protect children and their households made vulnerable or orphaned by HIV and AIDS in Nigeria’s Lagos State as we fight the epidemic ...
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Global Fund Launch Goodwill Message from the U.S. Embassy Nigeria Deputy Chief of Mission, Kathleen FitzGibbon

Your excellency, President Buhari, the Honorable Minister of Health, and colleagues, permit me to stand on existing protocols. It is an honor to join you to celebrate the 17 years of partnership between the Nigeria and The Global Fund. The U.S. government applauds The Global Fund for its allocation of $890 million to the people ...
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U.S. Donates Critical Diagnostic Equipment to Nigeria’s Tuberculosis Control Program

Abuja – In the closing days of 2020, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) provided critical commodities to Nigeria’s National Tuberculosis (TB) and Leprosy Control Program for the testing and diagnosis of more than 10,000 patients suspected of having the disease. The donation of 86,500 “GeneXpert Ultra” cartridges will help Nigerian health workers to ...
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USAID Establishes Two New $45 Million ‘Local Organizations Networks’ to Fight TB in Nigeria

Abuja – On World TB Day 2020, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) announced the establishment of “local organizations networks” that will seek to drastically increase the level of tuberculosis (TB) cases detected and treated in Nigeria over the next five years. The networks funded at $45 million are divided into three regions covering ...
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