Local NGOs Share Successes Building Sustainable HIV Solutions in Nigeria
Key stakeholders from international and national organizations, contributed to the design of new projects to address the needs of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) and other vulnerable populations in Nigeria at a round table event last year.
Local non-government organizations shared challenges, successes, and lessons learned they have had in implementing HIV interventions at all levels with their peers, donors, and colleagues.
On 5 May 2010, MSH's President and CEO, Jonathan D.Quick, MD, MPH hosted the event. Participants included MSH Country Director, Dr. Barry Smith, chief and senior executives of the Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria, Tearfund, the Christian Health Association of Nigeria (CHAN), and a joint CHAN-MSH initiative, the Nigerian Indigenous Capacity Building project amongst others.
The event enabled the non-governmental organizational leaders to meet, share experiences and provide feedback on aspects of linkages with MSH and donors that were helpful or otherwise.
Read the full transcript here.