The Sustainable Program for HIV Epidemic Control and Equitable Service Delivery (SPEED)
The Sustainable Program for HIV Epidemic Control and Equitable Service Delivery (SPEED) Project in Delta is 5 years (November 1, 2022 – September 29, 2027) project funded by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) is a sub-recipient to Excellence Community Education Welfare Scheme (ECEWS) on the SPEED project. AHNI as a core team member of the ECEWS consortium for HIV care and treatment program will support the delivery of Comprehensive and Sustainable HIV/AIDS clinical and community services to achieve HIV Epidemic Control in subnational units in Nigeria under PAPFAR and focus on Accelerating progress in Pediatrics and PMTCT (AP3) Care Model in Delta State.
The organization will focus on 20 Local government areas (LGAs) for Pediatrics and PMTCT in Delta State.
AHIN Scope of work includes:
Optimize Pediatric and Adolescent HIV Care and Treatment Services
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