The Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole says that at least 170,000 Nigerians will be participating in the largest ever HIV/Aids survey to help to improve health indices in the country and enable government to deploy resources to where they are needed most.
U.S. Govt Spends $4.6 Billion in 14 Years On HIV/Aids in Nigeria - Official
Premium Times, 4 May 2018
The US President Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) has spent about $4.7billion in the past 14 years to fight HIV/AIDS in Nigeria. Read more »
Govt to Conduct World's Largest HIV/Aids Survey
Daily Trust, 4 May 2018
About 170,000 Nigerians will soon be participating in the largest ever HIV/AIDS survey in the world, the Federal Government said. Read more »
170,000 Nigerians to Participate in the World's Largest HIV/Aids Survey
This Day, 4 May 2018
The federal government has disclosed that approximately 170,000 Nigerians will be participating in the largest ever HIV/AIDS survey in the world under the leadership of the… Read more »
Why U.S. Is Funding World's Largest HIV Survey in Nigeria - NACA Boss
Premium Times, 4 April 2018
Sani Aliyu is the Director-General, National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA). In this exclusive interview with PREMIUM TIMES' Ayodamola Owoseye and Nike Adebowale, he speaks… Read more »
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