PARTNERS

Heartland Alliance International
Nigeria(HAN)
Heartland Alliance,one of the world’s leading anti-poverty organizations,works in communities in the U.S and abroad to serve those who are homeless,
living in poverty ,or seeking safety.

Nigeria Sex Workers Association.(NSWA)
Nigeria sex workers Association(precious Jewel) is an umbrella network of community based organizations of sex workers and led by sex workers.

Africa Sex Workers Association.(ASWA)
ASWA is the pan Africa alliance of sex work led groups that exist to strengthen the voices,to empower and to advance the health and human rights of female,
male and transgender sex workers including those living with HIV and using drugs through networking movement building and the development of partnerships.

U.S. Embassy and Consulate in Nigeria
The mission of the United States Embassy is to advance the interests of the United States, and to serve and protect U.S. citizens in Nigeria.

The Society for Family Health (SFH) Nigeria
SFH is a non governmental organisation (NGO), incorporated in 1985, focused on providing malaria prevention and treatment
(including intermittent preventive treatment), HIV prevention (including Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission),
maternal and child health, sexual and reproductive health, family planning, cervical cancer screening and prevention and safe water systems.
SFH uses social marketing, behaviour change communication (communication through radio dramas, mass media messages, etc.)
and research working in partnership with the Government of Nigeria and community-based organisations.

Institute of Human Virology, Nigeria.(IHVN)
IRCE was established by the Institute of Human Virology Nigeria (IHVN) in 2015 to promote collaborative research in diseases of relevance to the local community,
non-communicable diseases, and emerging infectious diseases. The structure, located along airport road in Abuja, is scheduled for a grand opening in 2020.

Diadem Consults Ltd.
Diadem is a solution and service provider to complex development, health and environmental problems.
The company is wholly Nigerian owned and was established in 2010 by an energetic and qualified team of professionals from various disciplines
to enable it provide cutting edge service delivery in Nigeria.
The company is divided into operational units; health research including monitoring and evaluation, ICT/geographic information system,
health commodities (drugs, lab consumables and hospital equipments) and logistics/supply chain management.

Equitable Health Access Initiative (EHAI).
EHAI is an indigenous Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) fully committed to positively impacting the human race through research,
training and implementation of innovative public health projects in the control of Infectious and Non-Communicable
Diseases of public health importance and Health System Strengthening in Nigeria.