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American Hope Institute (AHI) and American Academy of Primary Care Research (AAPCR) is happy to present to the Federal Republic of Nigeria a program for the prevention and care of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria. Because of the large area of coverage (the whole 774 LGAs) and because of the short time span to achieve several defined goals as declared by the 2015 WHO goals on HIV/AIDS prevention and care, AHI/AAPCR is using a simple but robust approach. STRATEGY The plan is to break the program into smaller projects to be located across the country. This is the best strategy to cover a large area such as Nigeria. To remove much burden on the Federal government, we shall mobilize existing institutions and organizations in Nigeria and set-up a guideline to distribute funds to these smaller projects and we shall supervise these local institutions and organizations to make sure that they do what their projects are designed to do. Therefore our strategy is to coordinate all these several projects around the control from a central office. This office shall have experts in the field of medical programs and research, statistics, education, psychology and sociologists, and more with the capacity to run and coordinate such a large project. The various experts will design the master program that will reflect the objects all the program and the government. Our institution, AHI/AAPCR has the expertise to execute this program immediately. ACTIVITIES The caption Help Us Crush HIV and AIDS (HUCHA) is proposed as the program slogan reflecting the mobilization of the communities to do this. The HUCHA office will train, support and mange the proposals, applications, grants for the Federal Government. It shall help design and ensure the implementation of the projects. Our organization AHI has the expertise to make this happen and with appropriate funding of the budget the program will quickly achieve it set objectives. THESE OBJECTIVES INCLUDE AMONG OTHERS 1. Reducing the incidence of HIV/AIDS by 25% in 2 years. 2. Achieving at least 95% HIV/AIDS Testing and Counselling rates among adults and vulnerable children across the nation. 3. Link 100% of new HIV positive cases to medical care system So our program shall aggressively train and build the capacity of persons from the various projects across the nature to support them to do this. By the end of 24 months about 3000 small projects performing HIV/AIDS community based testing for 40 million Nigerians. This book is a summary of the various modalities needed to accomplish a successful program to meet the defined objectives. Sincerely: Prof. Wilson Timothy Onyeani
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