Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNI) is a subrecipient (SR) to Family Health International (FHI360) on the National Aligned HIV/AIDS Initiative (NAHI) Project with grant name as NGA-H-FHI360 and GA number 1971. NAHI is a 3-year (Jan 01st 2021 – Dec 31st 2023) Global Fund supported project, with a total budget of $290, 478, 305. The Vision of this Grant is to align with GoN, PEPFAR and other partners in ensuring that Nigeria pushes towards epidemic control, first to attain the 90-90-90 UNAIDS previous targets and move towards the 2030 UNAIDS Goal of 95-95-95. The overarching goal of NAHI grant is to reduce the incidence of new HIV infections, mortality and morbidity due to HIV/AIDS in Nigeria (including key and vulnerable populations).
The NAHI project will focus on providing comprehensive HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care & Treatment Services for both general population, key population and the pregnant women. Specifically, the NAHI project will also focus on key interventions for Adolescent girls and young women with the hope of providing tailored HIV/AIDS services the age bracket.
The expected deliverable of the NAHI project in Anambra is to sustain the roadmap towards epidemic control and decrease unmet treatment needs in the state. As such, by December 2023, the NAHI project is expected to increase the total number of PLHIVs on treatment from 35,096 (which represents 40% of total unmet need) to 85,076 (which is 96%) of the unmet needs for Anambra State.
Anambra and Ebonyi ( for Surge Intervention ) Anamara and Taraba ( for AGYW Program ) Oyo, Kaduna, kano, Gombe, Enugu, Edo, Abia, Imo, Taraba, Kwara, Plateau, Ebonyi ( for KP Program )
2021 - 2023