Project/Programme Name
Nom du projet/programme

Faith Alive Clinic

Lead Organization
Organisation principal

Mennonite Central Committee

Période de temps

2011 > 2014

Nigeria / Nigéria

External Partners / Les partenaires extérieurs

themes / thèmes

Methodology / Méthodologie

Community Involvement

      The Faith Alive Community especially after involvement in the recent evaluation exercise of the long standing partnership of FAF and MCC have participated in the development of this plan through regular meetings and consultations. All other stake holders including Persons Living Positively especially the support group have been involved directly through some seminars. Some political office holders including Jos North Local government authorities and religious leaders of both Christian and Islamic faiths helped in the development of a formal peace plan.

Objectives / Objectifs

To enable People Living with HIV/AIDS, orphans and vulnerable children to access care and support in order to live healthy lives while maintaining sustainable livelihoods in a peaceful environment



Outcomes / Résultats

1. Promoting Prevention, Outreach and Awareness: By the end of this plan, Feb. 2014, people will make healthy lifestyle choices in order to reduce their vulnerability to HIV due to HIV/AIDS sensitization/awareness programs. It is hoped that this part of the project will reach around 15,000 youth and young adults.

2. Promoting self-reliance through psycho/social and economic support: By Feb. 2014, 240 PLWA attending FAF will be self-reliant due to participation in psychosocial support and capacity building/skills acquisition/micro-finance programs.

3. Ensuring a strong foundation for OVCs: By Feb. 2014, 1,020 OVCs will receive primary education, nutritional and psycho/social support in order to succeed academically and mature physically and socially, integrating successfully into the wider community.


Annual Budget / Budget annuel

Less than $100,000

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