IY-WHAD is a leader in the fight to end Gender Based Violence against marginalized women locally and nationally. Starting in April 2015, we have been supporting, improving and enriching the lives of marginalized and underserved girls and women in Cross River and Enugu State of Nigeria, championing platforms where marginalized women and individuals have equal opportunity to reach their full potential, contribute to the society and have a voice in decisions that affect them.About Us
We carry out various activities using evidence based strategies which has aided us in reaching our stated goals in every area of interventions, and in reaching our community members with qualitative Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights intervention (SRHR).
The IMHIPP project was a three-year project funded by USAID with Heartland Alliance International Nigeria (HAI-N) as the Principal Recipient. The project was to increase access to HIV Testing Services (HTS) and HIV reduction through various prevention strategies among Female Sex workers (FSW) in some designated LGAs. in Cross River State.Learn More
The project was a six (6) months US Ambassador Small grant which aims at improving the lives of Key affected Populations, through the promotion of health seeking behavior and promotion of inclusive and alternative livelihood with support for household economic strengthening through Income Generating Activities (IGA) among community members in some hard to reach LGA of Cross River state .Learn More
The one year project was a part of the Global Fund KP HIV intervention among community members, in Enugu State on the Global fund grant to Fight AIDs Tuberculosis and Malarial with the grant name NGA-H-SFHNG, through the Society for Family Health (SFH) as the Principal recipient (PR) and Equitable Health Access Initiatives (EHAI) as the sub recipient (SR). The goal was to provide comprehensive community-based HIV service package, including prevention, care and support, referrals and linkages to treatment services.Learn More
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