Stories

Stories

Read the stories about our work, from those who do the work, and our upcoming programs, press releases, and project highlights.

View Page: Mayowa’s story: Defying the odds and living positively with HIV
[Omena Eghaghara, Supply Chain Management Specialist for the CaTSS project, visits with Mayowa. Photo credit: Aor Ikyaabo/MSH]
Mayowa’s story: Defying the odds and living positively with HIV
View Page: Undetectable = Untransmittable: MSH Nigeria Commemorates World AIDS Day 2019
[Adolescents and a few MSH staff pose for the camera after the Adolescent and Young People Program and Symposium held in Abuja, Nigeria. Photo credit: Aor Ikyaabo/MSH]
Undetectable = Untransmittable: MSH Nigeria Commemorates World AIDS Day 2019
View Page: Mentor mothers in Nigeria empower HIV-positive pregnant women to stay on treatment
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Mentor mothers in Nigeria empower HIV-positive pregnant women to stay on treatment
View Page: Volunteer Escorts in Nigeria: A Key Link to HIV Treatment and Care
[MSH staff member, Christopher Ogar, verifies information from a HIV testing services register with facility staff at  General Hospital Suleija in Niger state, Nigeria.] {Photo credit: Aor Ikyaabo/MSH}
Volunteer Escorts in Nigeria: A Key Link to HIV Treatment and Care
View Page: Being Healthy Is a Joy: Nigerian Adolescents Are Making HIV Undetectable
[Abdulkadir Kayode is an active member and leader in his adolescents-only support group.]{Photo credit: Aor Ikyaabo/MSH}
Being Healthy Is a Joy: Nigerian Adolescents Are Making HIV Undetectable
View Page: Applying a Gender Lens in Nigeria
[A gender workshop participant carries out a role play as a female doctor attending to her patient with full attention.]
Applying a Gender Lens in Nigeria
View Page: Targeted Intervention Helps Vulnerable Children Return to School in Nigeria
Targeted Intervention Helps Vulnerable Children Return to School in Nigeria

All children and adolescents should have the opportunity to meet their full potential of physical, mental, and social well-being. The CaTSS OVC Direct…

View Page: Living positively with HIV: Nigerian entrepreneur grows her business, cares for herself and her family, and mentors others
[After nearly losing her business, Adekeye Dorcas now mentors HIV positive pregnant mothers in her community and trains apprentices in the art of nylon production.] {Photo credit: Mary Dauda/MSH}
Living positively with HIV: Nigerian entrepreneur grows her business, cares for herself and her family, and mentors others
View Page: Just a Handful of Naira: Village Savings and Loans Associations in Nigeria
{ Photo credit: Gwenn Dubourthournieu}
Just a Handful of Naira: Village Savings and Loans Associations in Nigeria
View Page: Management Sciences for Health and Nigeria’s Ministry of Health Unveil National Guidelines for HIV Prevention, Treatment, and Care
[Representative of the Hon. Minister of Health, Mr. Arioye Segilola (right), and Dr. Zipporah Kpamor, Country Representative for MSH with other dignitaries displaying the unveiled 2016 National Guidelines on HIV/AIDS in Kaduna State, Nigeria.] {Photo credit: Aor Ikyaabo, MSH}
Management Sciences for Health and Nigeria’s Ministry of Health Unveil National Guidelines for HIV Prevention, Treatment, and Care
View Page: Addressing HIV/AIDS Will Boost Economic Recovery Efforts
[A community volunteers provides free HIV tests at a local market in Eyokponung, Nigeria. Photo Credit: Gwenn Dubourthournieu/MSH]
Addressing HIV/AIDS Will Boost Economic Recovery Efforts