Nigeria has a generalised HIV epidemic, with an adult HIV prevalence of 3.6%. 58% of people living with HIV are women and the country has 2.5 million orphans and vulnerable children due to HIV and AIDS. Consequently women, youths and children are the focus of much of NELAH’s work.
NELAH provides technical and financial support, training and mentoring to non-governmental and faith-based organisations to help them develop and deliver quality HIV and AIDS prevention, care and support services. It also works to ensure that health care services are sustainable and accessible to all.
NELAH is one of four Alliance Linking Organisations working to increase access to and uptake of prevention of parent to child transmission (PPTCT) as part of the Africa Regional Programme, read more here.
The Network for the Enhancement of Life and Health (NELAH)
Block B, House 17 Temidire Housing Estate, Behind former SDP Secretariat/Orisunmibare Saw-mill, By Old Ife Road, P.O. Box 15063, Agodi, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria
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