Optimizing HIV Investment for Impact

PAST Project

To facilitate Nigeria’s national response to controlling HIV, ECEWS’s Optimizing HIV Investments for Impact project works to reduce mortality and morbidity from HIV and reduce the number of new infections by 2021. The project also supports HIV and tuberculosis (TB) co-infection testing and treatment activities.

Activities include:

  • Providing HIV testing services
  • Providing services for the prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV, including early infant diagnosis
  • Strengthening community PMTCT systems, including targeted community HIV testing and community outreach
  • Providing mentoring, training and coordination among health care providers for improved quality of HIV/AIDS service delivery

The Optimizing HIV Investments for Impact project focuses on women and children living with HIV, pregnant women, young women and girls, and key populations (sex workers, men who have sex with men, transgender persons and people who inject drugs).

The key intervention on this Project was HIV, TB, SRHR & KP. 883,307 individuals were provided with HIV Testing services from which 13,358 HIV positive individual were identified. 14,079 Clients were newly enrolled into Care and 13,981 individuals (99%) were newly initiated on ART within the year.

50,783 Clients accessed Viral load service, 32,733 viral load test result were received and 26,506 (81%) had viral suppression.

81,134 pregnant women were offered HIV Testing Services for PMTCT, 902 identified as HIV positive and 864 (96%) positive pregnant women were Newly provided with antiretroviral drugs to prevent HIV transmission to unborn babies. 1,637 <2months and 1,261, 2-12months Children had their early Infant diagnosis: 756 <2months and 582, 2-12months results were received.





Family Health International and Global Fund


2017 - 2020