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HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA MAY 2010

PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK


Health System Development Project (HSDP) The 5-Year project, co-financed by the Bank and the World Bank consists of 3 components Capacity Strengthening of WB, FMoH, NPHCDA, SMoH of State Ministries of Health, Support to Primary Health Care and Capacity for Federal Ministry of Health. The Bank is only Participating States supporting the second component in 12 states which has the under-listed 5 subcomponents: A) Improved Access to Primary Health Care Services B) Support to Primary Health Care Services C) Support to Health Training Facilities D) Essential Drugs Management E) Project Management (Project Ends December 2010) 12 States namely: Abia, Imo, Edo, Akwa-Ibom, Lagos, Oyo, Niger, Benue, Kaduna, Katsina, Yobe and Bauchi Gregory Osabor g.osubor@afdb.org

US $45 MILLION

CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CIDA)

School/College of Health Technology & PHC Project

The Project is supporting the development of well-trained, gender-sensitive PHC personnel to work in PHC BAUCHI; CROSS RIVER STATE; Bauchi & Cross River States facilities/practicum sites in Bauchi and Cross River states through the technical and physical upgrading of the SHT/CHT and NPHCDA health facilities at its practicum sites and community-based initiatives to strengthen PHC program delivery. DATES: 2006 2011

$19,648,000 Head of Cooperation/CIDA. Tel: 09-4612900. Email: julia.bracken@international.gc.ca

BAUCHI; CROSS RIVER STATE; Bauchi & Cross River States Nigeria Evidence-based Health Systems The Project is strengthening evidence-based primary health care systems in Bauchi and Cross River states through data collection, analysis and its use to inform decision-making in planning and budgeting in the health sector. The Project is also FMOH Initiative (NEHSI) strenghtening the capacity of the FMOH Monitoring & Evaluation Unit and Library. DATES: 2008 - 2014

Head of Cooperation/CIDA. Tel: 09-4612900. Email: julia.bracken@international.gc.ca

CIDA $19,135,765.01 & IDRC $1 million

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Support to Routine Immunisation in Kano (SRIK) This project will help to support Kano State to reduce the incidence of vaccine preventable diseases through the delivery of safe and quality routine immunisation services with the National Planning Commission, FMoH, Kano State MoH and a technical assistance team CONSEIL SANTE/SOFRECO as implementing partners. It is a 3 year Project which ends 2010. National Planning Commission, Kano State Ministry of Health, NPHCDA and Conseil Sante (Technical Assistance). All 44 Local government Areas of Dr. Houssou Bienvenu Kano State. houssoubg@yahoo.com EUR 15,460,000

Catholic Fund for Overseas Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and Development (CAFOD) Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010

Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Borno, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

Enhancing Essential Reproductive Sexual Health and HIV&AIDS Care in Post Conflict and Internally displaced persons communities in Nigeria (RSHSIDP)

The overall objective of this project is to reduce maternal and under-five mortality, while mitigating the impact of STIs and HIV/AIDS in selected post conflict communities in Nigeria. Specific objectives are: 1) improved knowledge on RSHR among women, girls and adolescents in post conflict and internally displaced persons (IDP) communities in Nigeria, 2) Enhanced capacity of relevant organisations, agencies and communities to advocate for adequate maternal and HIV/AIDS services in post conflict and IDP communities in Nigeria, 3) Strengthened delivery of maternal, newborn and HIV/AIDS services in post conflict and IDP communities in Nigeria. Duration: 48 month project (2008-2012).

ActionAid UK, ActionAid Six States - Plateau, Nasarawa in Hussaini Abdu International Nigeria, local NGOs the North central Zone and Rivers, Hussaini.Abdu@actionaid.org in participating states. Cross River, Delta and Bayelsa States in the South-South Zones.

EUR 2,002,239.08

Building civil society for advocacy on sexual and reproductive health and rights in Nigeria

Center for Population and Overall objective(s): The overall objective of the project is to improve the reproductive and sexual health situation in Nigeria with a specific Environmental Development focus on the adolescents through interventions designed to strengthen the capacity of local CSOs to play key advocacy roles in policy dialogues. Specific objectives: (i) Strengthen the capacity of 300 local CSOs to clarify their vision and increase their organisational efficiency; (ii) Improve the (CPED). knowledge of 2,000 leaders of 300 CSOs on SRHR situation in Nigeria; (iii) Strengthen the advocacy skills of 300 local CSOs to act as policy and implementation partners of federal, state and local governments to support SRHR activities; (iv) Build the capacity of at least 100 journalists in media houses to investigate and report on SRHR policies, (v) Build the capacity of 200 youth organisations on the creation, design and implementation of SRHR peer education programmes; (vi) Work with the empowered CSOs and youth organisations to reach adolescents with peer education and youth-friendly SRHR services; (vii) Support CSO. DURATION: 36 MONTHS. (1 Feb. 2010 - 31 Jan. 2013).

Ten states: (1) Adamawa (2) Akwa Prof. Andrew Onokerhoraye Ibom (3) Abia (4) Bauchi (5) Cross agonoks@yahoo.com River (6) Edo (7) Kogi (8) Ogun (9) Ondo (10) Rivers EUR 1,107,595.80

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PROGRAMME TITLE

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TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration) From 2002 to 2009, the EC has provided a total contribution of US$ 872.5 million representing the sixth donor to the fund. On the same period, the donors of the European Union have pledged collectively more than US$ 11,5 billion (57,2%). From 2008 2010: EUR 100 million per year EC contribution to the GFATM

The Global Fund for HV/AIDS, Malaria and TB

The European Commission supports the fight against HIV/AIDS, Malaria and TB at the National level by contributing to the Global Fund.

CCM, FMoH, NACA, Global fund partners

Nationwide

Chair CCM Nigeria, Sylvain Tarreau (Brussels).

Strengthening Country Capacity to Scale up national efforts towards Universal Access to HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care and Treatment through Enhanced Implementation of National AIDS Responses including Global Fund

The overall objective is to increase scale up national responses to HIV to move towards Universal Access through an effective utilisation of available resources including grants from the Global Fund and other funding sources, through more effective management and provision of technical support addressing nationally-identified priorities and building national technical capacity. It is a (3) three-year grant: 2010 - 2012

UNAIDS

Benin, Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Nigeria and Swaziland

Dr. Warren Naamara warren.naamara@undp.org EUR 2,000,000 (multi-country)

Government of Japan / Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)


The project for Infectious Diseases Prevention for Children (grant aid) Program of Quality Improvement of Health Services by 5S-KAIZEN-TQM (technical cooperation) The Grant Aid Project through UNICEF procures oral polio vaccines, cold chain equipment and long lasting ITNs for child health programs in Nigeria. (2002- ) This project aims to improve hospital management, the work environment and quality of service through the introduction of Total Quality Management (TQM), Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) and 5S-Kaizen Activities using experiences from the hospital in Sri Lanka (Asian Knowledge). The project includes seminars/workshops in Japan and Sri Lanka, technical assistance, and a pilot project chosen by the participants. (2007- ) FMOH, NPHCDA, UNICEF National Miho Wada, JICA wada.miho@jica.go.jp Miho Wada, JICA wada.miho@jica.go.jp 823 million Yen (in 2009)

FMOH, Lagos State MOH

Lagos

(The budget figure only for Nigeria is not available.)

The project aims at an improvement of service delivery of maternal and child health at the Primary Health Centers (PHCs) in FMOH, Lagos State MOH Project for Improvement of Maternal, New Born and Child Health in the Lagos targeted six (6) LGAs of Lagos State and also at the Lagos Island Maternity Hospital (LIMH) as one of the highest referral health facility for maternal and child health in Lagos. (2010-2013) State (technical cooperation) In-Country Training on HIV Counseling and Testing in TB DOTS sites and labs (technical cooperation) Trainings for 150 general health workers and laboratory staff from Ebonyi, Benue and Osun States on HIV counseling and testing in TB DOTS centres and microscopy laboratories. (2008-2010) NASCP

Lagos

Sumiko Koga, Chief Advisor sumkoga@bronze.ocn.ne.jp

75 million Yen (in 2010)

Ebonyi, Osun

Miho Wada, JICA wada.miho@jica.go.jp

6.6 million Yen (in 2010)

Training and Dialogue Programs (technical cooperation)

Impact Evaluation of the Training of Community Directed Distributors and Patent Medicine Vendors for the Prevention and Treatment of Malaria in Anambla State (grant aid)

The training programs provide health professionals in the public sector an opportunity for knowledge transfer and skills acquisition in Japan or a third-country. It covers such areas as HIV/AIDS, MCH, Immunization, Hospital Pharmacy, Nursing, Dentistry, Health Promotion, and Health Management. The average duration of the courses is from 6 weeks to 3 months. Approximately 20 people participate per year. This evaluation will study Community-Directed Internventions and Public Private Partnerships as mechanisums to reduce both demand and supply-side impediments to access and appropriate use of LLINs and ACTs. It targets the Community Systems Strengthening component of World Bank's Malaria Control Booster Project. (2010-2012)

Miho Wada, JICA wada.miho@jica.go.jp

(The budget figure only for Nigeria is not available.)

World Bank, FMOH

Anambra

Masako Yamamoto, Embassy of Japan masako.yamamoto-2@mofa.go.jp

1,641,036 USD for 2 years

The Global Fund for HV/AIDS, Malaria and TB (grant aid)

The Japanese goverment supports the fight against HIV/AIDS, Malaria and TB as a major contributor to the Global Fund.

CCM, FMOH, NACA, Global fund partners

Nationwide

Masako Yamamoto, Embassy of (The budget figure only for Nigeria Japan is not available.) masako.yamamoto-2@mofa.go.jp

NORWAY
Delegated cooperation with DFID - and implemented in collaboration with PRRINN - Partnership to Revive Routine Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health programme - Delegated cooperation with Immunisation in Northern Nigera. 2009 - 2014 UK - DFID. FMOH, NPHCDA, SMOHs, LGAs, Federal, Jigawa, Katsina, Yobe Other Donor projects and Zamfara Carolyn Sunners (DFID) csunners@dfid.gov.uk or Solvi Taraldsen (DFID) STaraldsen@dfid.gov.uk and Dr Idris (PRRINN-MNCH) drgarbaidris@yahoo.com (24 million - see below)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

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TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/NM National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and CH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period as well as malaria prevention & control (RBM) and Integrated Management of Childhood Illness from 20092012 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/NM National, Kaduna, Sokoto, CH Partnership/GoJ Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi and Edo states

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health using the IMNCH strategy

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org ;Dr Emmanuel Gemade Health Specialist e-mail: egemade@unicef.org) Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org Dr Emmanuel Gemade Health Specialist (Tel. No: 08034035235, e-mail: egemade@unicef.org)

$10,000,000

Malaria Control

Support malaria control activities including technical support for GFATM proposal development. Five states supported in the FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/NM National, Kaduna, Sokoto, Kebbi promotion of ITNs/LLINs and home care management of malaria by care givers from 2002 -2008. A new focus 2009-2012 is CH Partnership/GoJ and Adamawa on universal coverage of LLINs in Kaduna, Sokoto, Kebbi and Adamawa with 6.5 million through UNITAID.

$50,000,000

Immunization services including polio eradication activities

Support to polio eradication and measles control and strengthening routine immunization. Support to capacity building for emergency/ epidemic preparedness and response as well as pre-positioning of supplies to ensure rapid response to emergencies from 2009- 2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/IC C Partnership

National/Zonal (specific efforts on systems capacity strengtheing for Routine Immunization will be in Sokoto, Katsina, Kaduna, Yobe, Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi, Rivers, Lagos and Oyo)

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org, Dr Boubacar Dieng, Health Manager EP, e-mail: bdieng@unicef.org

$90,000,000

Nutrition including micronutrients

Support for management of severe and acute malnutrition, improve food safety and food security throughout the life cycle, household and community care & child stinulation as well as micronutrient deficiency control 2009-2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC//SMOH/LG National/Zonal (specific states are As/NAFDAC/USAID/SON Sokoto, Kebbi, Yobe, Borno, Gombe, Kaduna, Benue, Ebonyi, Oyo and Lagos)

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition , e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org , Stanley Chitekwe, Nutrition Manager e-mail: schitekwe@unicef.org Dr.Janet Kayita, Chief, Children & HIV/AIDS e-mail: jkayita@unicef.org

$16,700,000

Support for the national HIV response with emphasis on PMTCT and Paediatric Care and Treatment, and primary prevention for adolescents and youth. Technical logistical and financial support for Federal and State (11 JUNTA states and FCT) scale up and/or Operational plans, including for GF reprogrammed funds; human and institutional capacity development; strengthening coordination mechanisms and systems; and support for effective monitoring and evaluation (including for universal access reporting, tracking). UNITAID financed diagnostics, drugs and other supplies linked to strengthened PSM systems to facilitate acceleration of PMTCT scale up. WASH : National Guinea worm Eradication Support for interuption of Guineaworm disease transmission towards eradication of the disease in Nigeria particularly through Programme water supply provision in endemic villages from about 1984 to date. Support is also being provided towards ensuring the certification of Nigeria as Guineaworm free. HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care WASH: National Onchocerciasis Control Programme Support establishment of systems for effective delivery and use of mectizan in endemic communities of 10 states for Onchocerciasis (river blindness) control . UNICEF supports also involve clearing and distribution of mectizan to all NGDOs implementing Onchocerciasis Control Programme in the country.(2004-2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/LG National/Akwa Ibom, Benue, As/USG/GFTAM/CIDA Cross River, Imo, Lagos, Ondo, Edo, Kaduna, FCT, Gombe, Adamawa, Taraba

$4,000,000

FMOH/NIGEP/SMOH/RUWASSA National/Zonal/All Endemic States s/LGAs/ WHO/YGC/Carter Center. Dr.V.Alkari , valakari@unicef.org FMOH/NOCP/SOCT/LOCT/ NGDOs/ United States Fund for UNICEF/WHO National/Zonal/ Cross River, Benue, Oyo, Ogun, Osun, Ondo, Ekiti, Niger, Bauchi, Gombe Dr.V.Alkari

$871,780

$1,066,666.00

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


It is focused on strengthening Nigerian Health Systems and therefore supporting achievement of improved health outcomes. The programme uses a governance approach and aims to bring about systemic institutional reform, greater investment in health care and more effective utilisation of existing resources (both Nigerian Government internal resources as well as those external resources from other partners such as World Bank, Global Fund, GAVI etc).The health component of DFIDs support for the Lead States after PATHS and HCP. (August 08 July 2013) This project will build sustainable primary health care systems which include services for routine immunization as well as those for Maternal and child health, managed by state governments and working in partnership with relevant stakeholders and will seek to remove demand-side barriers to immunization (Oct 06 - Oct 11) FMoH, SMoHs LGAs, NGOs, FBOs, Private Sector, NPHCDA, NAFDAC, NHIS, PCN, WHO, UNICEF Federal, Kano, Kaduna, Jigawa, Enugu Lagos Jane Miller (DFID) jmiller@dfid.gov.uk and Mike Egboh (PATHS2) mike_Egboh@abtassoc.com 148,000,000

PATHS2 - Partnership for Transforming Health Systems in Nigeria

PRRINN-MNCH: Partnership for Reviving Routine Immunization in Northern Nigeria in partnership with Norweigian Funded (Delegated Cooperation) Maternal Neonatal and Child Health

FMOH, NPHCDA, SMOHs, LGAs, Federal, Jigawa, Katsina, Yobe Other Donor projects (EU-PRIME, and Zamfara IMM-BASICS)

Carolyn Sunners (DFID) csunners@dfid.gov.uk or Solvi Taraldsen (DFID) STaraldsen@dfid.gov.uk and Dr Idris (PRRINN-MNCH) drgarbaidris@yahoo.com

44,000,000 (20 million UK DFID; 24 million Norway)

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TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

HERFON is a Nigerian NGO building a critical mass of influential change agents to take forward Health Sector Reform through advocacy, study tours, networking and small Know-How Fund projects. (August 09 - August 12) Support to Health Reform Foundation of Nigeria (HERFON)

FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Other NGOs, National Assembly, State Houses of Assembly, Private sector, Traditional and religious leaders, FBOs, Professional organisations

National

Ebere Anyachukwu (DFID) eanyachukwu@dfid.gov.uk and Dr Gana (HERFON) ahmedgana567@yahoo.com Federal, Anambra, Lagos, Kano, Niger, Katsina, Ogun (additional states to be determined)

3,000,000

It will provide key capacity building support for national and sub-national level institutions; as well as expanded support for marketing and distribution of malaria control commodities National, including subsidies for target groups. (Nov 07 - Oct 12) Support to the National Malaria Programme (SUNMAP)

FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund CCM and Fund Recipients, NGOs, World Bank Malaria Booster Project

Ebere Anyachukwu (DFID) eanyachukwu@dfid.gov.uk and Caroline Vanderick (SUNMAP) c.vanderick@malariaconsortium.o rg

50,000,000

This programme will leverage systemic change that strengthens government and partners abilities to strategically prioritise, and scale up activities that deliver HIV/AIDS interventions (2009 to 2014) Enhancing Nigerias Response to HIV/AIDS (ENR)

NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Benue, Cross River, Kaduna, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Lagos, Nasarawa, Ogun and and departments at Federal and Akwa Ibom State level, Commercial sector Michal O'Dwyer (World Bank) modwyer@worldbank.org

100,000,000

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
IRHIN is a social marketing project for contracptives. It improves the understanding of, access to, and correct use of Improved Reproductive Health In Nigeria contraceptives to reduce unintended or mistimed pregnancies 2005-2010. A follow-on social marketing project is expected (IRHIN to be supported by USAID after IRHIN ends. NGO based in Kano contracted to provide advocacy and capacity building to political and religious leaders on reproductive health issues in selected northern states. The project integrates family planning services into HIV prevention, care and treatment services for the general population including the uniformed services, five-year (2004-2009) Society for Family Health National and 3 clinical States (Abia, Cross River and Kaduna) Niger, Sokoto and Zamfara $600,000 Family Health International $1m Lagos, FCT & Cross River The Pre-Packaged Malaria activity will socially market an AA coformulated ACT for pediactric malaria treatment in two states Population Services Distribution and social marketing of pre- in 2009 and 2010. In prior years it introduced pre-packaging of other anti-malarials. No follow-on is planned due to the International/Society for Family packaged anti malarial treatment (PPT) Global Fund and AMFm work in social marketing of ACTs. Health DELIVER works with the FMOH and selected states to improve the Contraceptive Logistics Information System, to provide forecasts for contraceptive security, and to assist with USAID procurements of contraceptives (along with the CCP project). DELIVER works with the National Malaria Control Program to support the logistics of treated bednet distribution campaigns and help redesign the national malaria logistics system. DELIVER also procures LLINs for USAID projects. USAID supports the International Federation of the Red Cross with a mop-up campaign for treated bednets in Cross River state in 2010. ACCESS works to increase use of quality emergency obstetric and new born care services and promote the use of skilled maternal health care and voluntary family planning ACQUIRE increases access to and use of high quality fistula prevention, repair and reintegration services, and to promote the use of skilled maternal health care and voluntary family planning. 2006-2010 John Snow Inc. $1.5 million per year Bauchi, Nasarawa, Kano, Sokoto John Snow Inc. $2.0 million in 2010 plus commodities National IFRC Malaria International Federation of the Red Cross JHPIEGO Cross River State Kano, Katsina & Zamfara $1.1 million in 2010 DELIVER - Malaria $4,290,730 Kano and Cross River in 2010 $13.5m

DPRC

DRPC

RH/HIV Integration

DELIVER - Contraceptives

ACCESS

EngenderHealth

ACQUIRE

Kano,Kebbi, Katsina, Sokoto & Zamfara Northern Region $300,000 in 2010 Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe, National

VOA Hausa Service

VOA Hausa Service provides information and education on child spacing, child health and malaria to populations in northern Voice of America Nigeria. USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Prevention care services are designed to prevent transmission of HIV to others. Effective prevention programming is a prerequisite to reducing the incidence of new HIV infections. The PEPFAR Nigeria program supports a comprehensive, evidence-based prevention program, targeting interventions based on the epidemiology of HIV infection in Nigeria. Additionally, it supports prevention activities that focus on sexual transmission, mother-to-child transmission, the HIV-related palliative care is patient and family-centered and emphasizes strengthening communities and community-based responses. The quality of life of adults and children living with HIV is optimized through the active anticipation, prevention, and treatment of pain, symptoms and suffering from the diagnosis of HIV through death. Palliative care services include clinical/medical care, the prevention and treatment of opportunistic infections including TB, psychological and spiritual KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, John Snow, Abt Associates, Family Health International

Tuberculosis Control

$ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

HIV Prevention

HIV Care

Further details on implementing partners can be obtained from the US Government PEPFAR Senior Management Team; which Further details on implementing National partners can be obtained from the US Government PEPFAR Senior Management Team; which

$ 37,660,062 $ 83,946,227

$ 29,903,403 $ 63,712,243 $ 33,529,470

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HIV Treatment

Health Systems Strengthening

TSHIP (John Snow Inc.)

HIV treatment and reporting in PEPFAR focuses on ART treatment for those eligible, according to national and international guidelines. As the health of clients improves and the availability of ART services at more locations increases, transferring patients may account for an increasing proportion of ART client load at any given facility. A goal of treatment programs is to identify eligible clients, provide care early enough to decrease morbidity, increase longevity, and improve their quality of life. Health systems strengthening through PEPFAR includes strengthening the national M&E system for HIV prevention, care and treatment; strengthening national supply-chain and logistics information systems for HIV commodities, and building local capacity to manage HIV/AIDS and TB programs and surveillance through curriculum development, training and internship Targeted states high impact project (TSHIP), an integrated CSOs, FBOs, and NGOs. Programs also support the Global opportunities, and organizational capacity building for local maternal neonatal and child health project, to focus on high Fund impact and low cost interventions towards reduction of maternal and child death, is being rolled out in Bauchi and Sokoto states. The $90 million project awarded to JSI in August 2009 is designed to support the two states towards achieving millennium development goals 3&4 by reducing maternal and child mortality by halve by 2015. The project will build health

Further details on implementing National partners can be obtained from the US Government PEPFAR Senior Management Team; which Further details on implementing Federal partners can be obtained from the US Government PEPFAR Senior Management Team; which JSI Inc. Bauchi and Sokoto states

$ 318,987,577

$10,760,000 (FY2010)

$90,000,000 2009-2014

WORLD BANK

Health Systems Development Project II

Polio Eradication Project

Malaria Control Booster Project

* To strengthen capacities for system management at the state level and encourage an environment of broad based consultation; * To support improvements in the delivery of primary health care services with a particular focus on maternal and child health and reproductive health services; and Approved 06/06/02, Closing: 05/30/12 To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 To ensure that the target population will have improved access to and utilization of well-defined set of Malaria Plus Package of interventions (MPP); and * To strengthen Federal and States ability to manage and oversee delivery of malaria plus interventions. Approved: 12/12/06 Closing: 03/31/12.

Covers 30 States, as a well as a Federal component Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary Primary Government Partner is National Malaria Control Program. Specific paretners include FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund CCM and Fund Recipients, NGOs, SunMap NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$90,000,000

$130,400,000

Covers the whole country Covers 7 States ( Jigawa, Kano, Bauchi, Gombe, Anambra, Akwa Ibom and Rivers) with a strong Federal Component.

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $280,000,000

* To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year.

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

World Bank Analytical Work

Bauchi, Cross River, Kaduna, Lagos Primary Health Care Study (FY08)

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

MCH and Nutrition (FY10) Pilot program in Lagos to improve access to basic health services by providing prepaid health insurance to low inclome small businesses and employees. CAPDAN, Stichting Health Insurance Fund

Examples drawn from entire country

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

Nigeria prepaid health scheme

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World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/EU National /CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/LG National As/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/NM National CH Partnership $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and Emergency Preparedness and Response economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LGA National s/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LGA National s/

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/DFI National accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) D/WB/AfDB/GAVI Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMOH/ National LGAs/DFID National National

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

GLOBAL FUND FOR HIV TB AND MALARIA


National Round 1 (Jan 04 - May 06) USD 21'406'198 USD To develop six centers of excellence to provide services to pregnant women and their families. To reduce HIV-related morbidity and mortality through improved coordination of civil society organizations and dissemination of lessons learned. Round 5 (Jan 07 - Dec 11) USD 161'179'839 To reduce morbidity and mortality from HIV/AIDS in Nigeria and to strengthen the role of the community, civil society organizations and networks of PLWHA in providing HIV/AIDS treatment and care. Further increase access to care and support services for OVCs. Round 9 (Jul 10 - Jun 15) USD 341,019,908 - not yet signed Strengthening treatment, care and support for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. It aims to scale up provision of antiretroviral treatment and related services such as counseling and testing, PMTCT and community care to ensure that a comprehensive package of HIV/AIDS treatment, care and support is available in all parts of the country. To support gender sensitive prevention services incl. integration of sexual and reproductive health into HIV response. CCM, CCM Chair, Dr Jinung johnhelpng@yahoo.com fwbello@yahoo.com NACA, DG, Prof Idoko GFATM, Christa Arent, FPM, christa.arent@theglobalfund.org $523,606,000

Round 1: Principal Recipients (PR): National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA); Yakubu Gowon Centre Round 5: NACA, Society for Family Health, Association for Reproductice and Family Health Round 9: nominated PRs: ARFH, PPFN, CiSHAN

HIV

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SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS Round 5 PR (Phase 1 until Sep 09): Christian Health Association of Nigeria (CHAN) PR (Phase 2 since Oct 09): Association for Reproductice and Family Health (ARFH) Major SR: NTBLCP Round 9 nominated PRs: ARFH, 2nd PR TBD Major SR: NTBLCP

PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

National

TB

Round 5 (Jan 07 - Dec 11) USD 63'740'481 To ensure a reduction in TB burden, socio-economic impact and transmission of tuberculosis in Nigeria. The program will increase access to DOTS facilities and improve the quality of care for TB patients significantly, with targets of 55% case detection rate and 85% treatment success rate by 2012. The Program implementatation is led by ARFH in close collaboration with the National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Program (NTBLCP). Round 9 (Jul 10 - Dec 14) USD 113,332,101 - not yet signed Expansion of access to high quality DOTS. Scale up and strengthening of TB/HIV collaborative activities. MDR-TB prevention and control.

CCM, CCM Chair, Dr Jinung johnhelpng@yahoo.com fwbello@yahoo.com ARFH, CEO, Prof Ladipo NTBLCP, Dr Kabir GFATM, Christa Arent, FPM, christa.arent@theglobalfund.org

$177,072,582

Malaria

Round 2 (Jan 2004 - May 2007) USD 20'994'149 Round 4 (Jan 2005 - June 2010) USD 74'542'287 Round 8 (Nov 2009 - Oct 2014) USD 493,437,522 - out of which USD 284,906,626 signed Round 2 and 4 programs prioritized Malaria prevention and treatment to most vulnerable groups (children under 5 and pregnant women). The Round 8 program supports the expansion and scale-up of proven preventive and treatment interventions nationwide towards universal coverage of bednets by end 2010 and provision of ACTs to meet 80% of national need by end 2011. AMFm to start mid June 2010 with subsidized ACTs being provided in the private sector as of Sept. 2010.

National Round 2 PR: Yakubu Gowon Centre Round 4: Yakubu Gowon Centre, Society for Family Health Round 8: NMCP, Yakubu Gowon Centre, Society for Family Health National

CCM, CCM Chair, Dr Jinung johnhelpng@yahoo.com fwbello@yahoo.com NMCP, National Coordinator, Dr Folake GFATM, Christa Arent, FPM, christa.arent@theglobalfund.org CCM, CCM Chair, Dr Jinung johnhelpng@yahoo.com fwbello@yahoo.com NACA, DG, Prof Idoko GFATM, Christa Arent, FPM, christa.arent@theglobalfund.org $145,990,000 $588,974,000

Health Systems Strengthening

Round 8 (Dec 2009 - Nov 2014) USD 145,990,316 - out of which USD 55,379,935 signed To support cross-cutting HSS interventions: strengthening of the primary health care service system (upgrading of 925 PHCs PR: National Agency for the nationwide providing integrated high quality health services); strengthening the supply chain management for ATM (to Control of AIDS (NACA) ensure consistent access to quality and safe drugs at the facilities receiving support); strengthening the national health information system; and community systems strengthening.

UNFPA
Support to RHCS and Supply of FP Commodities Procurement of contraceptive commodities and condoms for the public sector and not- for- profit NGOs. Support capacity FMOH, SMOH, LGA PHC building activities for the achievement of RHCS (Forecasting, procurement, financing, LMIS). Provision of technical and departments, CSOs financial support for the implementation of RHCS (including inventory management and distribution). Support the institutionalization of a coordination mechanism for RHCS nationally. Support capacity building activities for the delivery of Family planning services (including training of service providers and CBD agents in selected states. Support for the implementation of comprehensive condom programming including development of an integrated national condom strategy. Support capacity building activities (institutional and human resource development) for the delivery of quality maternal and FMOH, SMOH, LGA PHC newborn services with focus on EmOC services and supplies in 12 states + FCT). Advocacy and support for the prevention, departments, CSOs treatment and rehabilitation of obstetric fistula including development of national framework in the context of maternal health. Nationwide

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org Programme states of Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue, kano kastisa and FCT; as well as States with high prevalence of obstetric fistula.

Support to Reproductive Health Maternal health and Obstetric Fistula

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Support to Strengthen Systems and mechanisms for implementation of syndromic management of STIs/RTIs

Works with the federal government and in 12 states + FCT to develop and implement guidelines for syndromic management FMOH, SMOHs, SACAs, CSOs of STIs/RTIs. This involves building the capacity of core group of trainers and service providers at the national and state level and facilitating the integration of STI management with ARSH and family planning.

Support Capacity building at national and states level for implementation of HIV/AIDS prevention services.

Support NACA, the Federal Ministry of Health and SACAs and SMOHS in 12 states +FCT in policy formulation, institutional FMOH SMOH SACAs, CSOs and human capacity development and in service delivery to ensure a coordinated implementation of the prevention component of the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

Improving the access of young people to gender-sensitive SRH and HIV prevention through information and services Increased availability of youth friendly sexual and RH information and services provision and networking. This involves building the capacity of implementers at the nation, state and community levels. for in and out of school youths

FMOH, SMOH, YSOs

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Benue) + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Benue) + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

US$40.million

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Support to health systems strengthening

Support the development and implementation of the National Strategic Health Development Plan and Country Compact aimed at improving the Nigeria's weak health system, specifically the delivery of gender sensitive, equitable and quality maternal and newborn health services, capacity of health workforce, establishment of sustainable health financing systems/mechanism, especially community financing initiatives, health information systems and community engagement/participation.

Rotary International

FMOH, SMOH, MDAs, CSOs

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

POLIO ERADICATION

Advocacy, Social Mobilization, Supervision and Surveillance (Jan. 00 Dec. 09) NNPPC PROJECT Providing Polio Eradication Coordinating activities in the Very High Risk States of Nigeria (2007-2009) ADMIN Operational Support to UNICEF for polio eradication in Nigeria (Jan. 00 March 31, 2010) Operational Support to WHO for Polio Eradication in Nigeria (Jan. 00 March 31,2010)

NPHCDA, STATES, LGAs, PHCs, National Partner Agencies All PEI Kano, Jigawa, Katsina, FCT & environs. National National

US$ 3,006,274 US$ 594,203

US$61,589,607

US$25,006,693

Nigeria also benefits from the Block Grants of US$146,566,460 Million to WHO Africa Region for polio eradication

German Technical Cooperation (GTZ)


Continuous advise on organisational development via long and short term technical assistant in regards to development of NIBUCAA services delivery Development and provision of tools Capacity development via annual trainings internationally and exchange visits, peer learning and evaluation Grants and local subsidy provision (May 2003 - Dec 2009) National

249,000

NIBUCAA Support

Establishing of funds for PPP with member companies, the big partners being Heineken, Unilever and Nigerian Breweries. NIBUCAA, UNILEVER, These will in turn reach out to 3 each supply chain companies for a establishment of a comprehensive workplace program for HEINEKEN, NIGERIAN HIV for the staff and dependants (Feb 2007 - Dec 2009) BREWERIES LAFARGE-ASHAKA cement HIV Workplace program and HIV control Conceptualisation and support in the implementation of comprehensive HIV workplace program in Ashaka Cement company company, Gombe State MOH, in Funakaye LGA of Gombe State and HIV control in Funakaye LGA of Gombe State (Nov 2004 - June 2008) FMC Gombe SACA, SMME, CSOs, Local NGOs, Support Groups, HIV Mainstreaming interventions Microfinance Instititutions (MFI) Technical support on the conceptualisation and implementation of comprehensive HIV workplace programs Chamber of Commerce, Mines, Local subsidy to partner NGOs, Support Groups on HIV intervention implementation (Jan 2005 - August 2010) Agriculture and Industy

Lagos State 248,000 Gombe State 300,000 Niger, Nasarawa, Borno States 350,000

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Proof of Concept for Integrated Health Interventions in Nigeria

Develop a model for integrated health interventions and demonstrate in Nigeria that the model is feasible, replicable, and effective at controlling multiple priority diseases (Oct 2006 - Oct 2011)

The Carter Center $5,576,828 The Carter Center

Integrate malaria and lymphatic filariasis (LF) programs in seven southeastern states of Nigeria to demonstrate proof of concept that insecticide impregnated (bed)nets (ITNs) alone can eliminate lymphatic filariasis transmission Malaria and lymphatic filariasis (LF) program integration (Oct 2006 - Oct 2010) $5,261,362

NURHI - Urban RH Initiative in Nigeria

Identify opportunities to test scalable models that more effectively reach pregnant women, women during delivery, and newborns in homes in Northern Nigeria

Johns Hopkins University Develop cost effective integrated interventions for increased contraceptive prevalence rates (CPR) among the urban poor in Bloomberg School of Public Nigeria Health, Center for Communication (Aug 2009 - Aug 2014) Programs To identify opportunities to test scalable models that more effectively reach pregnant women, women during delivery, and Society for Family Health Gombe State newborns in homes in Northern Nigeria. Building on linkages between homes/communities and a range of alternative private providers, improve care seeking for illness and home based practices. (Nov 2009 - Nov 2011)

$39,000,000

$6,859,953

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To support polio eradication through enhanced communication, vaccine supply, and operational support Polio Eradication (Sep 2006 - Nov 2015) THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

International Bank for National Reconstruction and Development, Rotary International, WHO, UNICEF

$173,805,265

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

The UN Joint Programme of Support on HIV/AIDS focuses on the UNDAF (UN development assistance framework) Priority 3: Social service delivery to invest in Nigerias human capital and contribute towards a democratic dividend that reaches the NACA, NASCP/FMOH, NPC, poor even as it boosts current and future potential for equitable growth. SACAs, CSOS, NGOs, SMOHs, FMOWA and other relevant The expected outcome is in line with Policies, investments and institutional changes enable access to quality social Ministries and departments at services to achieve national development targets, including progressive realization of the MDGs (health, basic education, Federal and State level, water and environmental sanitation and universal access to HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment and care). Development Partners and UN Cosponsors

UNAIDS COUNTRY OFFICE, ABUJA Lagos, Imo, Kaduna, Adamawa, Benue, FCT, Akwa Ibom, Edo, Ondo, Taraba and Cross River

$11,128,741.00

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PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Catholic Fund for Overseas Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and Development (CAFOD) Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

NORWAY
Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health programme - Delegated cooperation with UK - DFID. Delegated cooperation with DFID - and implemented in collaboration with PRRINN - Partnership to Revive Routine Immunisation in Northern Nigera. 2009 - 2014 FMOH, NPHCDA, SMOHs, LGAs, Other Donor projects Federal, Jigawa, Katsina, Yobe and Zamfara Carolyn Sunners (DFID) csunners@dfid.gov.uk or Solvi Taraldsen (DFID) STaraldsen@dfid.gov.uk and Dr Idris (PRRINN-MNCH) drgarbaidris@yahoo.com (24 million - see below)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
RH/HIV Integration The project integrates family planning services into HIV prevention, care and treatment services for the general population including the uniformed services, five-year (2004-2009) Family Health International $1m Lagos, FCT & Cross River Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe,

Tuberculosis Control

USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB John Snow, Abt Associates, control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International

$ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu,

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

UNFPA

Support to Reproductive Health Maternal health and Obstetric Fistula

Support capacity building activities (institutional and human resource development) for the delivery of quality maternal and FMOH, SMOH, LGA PHC newborn services with focus on EmOC services and supplies in 12 states + FCT). Advocacy and support for the prevention, departments, CSOs treatment and rehabilitation of obstetric fistula including development of national framework in the context of maternal health.

Programme states of Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue, kano kastisa and FCT; as well as States with high prevalence of obstetric fistula.

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Support to Strengthen Systems and mechanisms for implementation of syndromic management of STIs/RTIs

Works with the federal government and in 12 states + FCT to develop and implement guidelines for syndromic management FMOH, SMOHs, SACAs, CSOs of STIs/RTIs. This involves building the capacity of core group of trainers and service providers at the national and state level and facilitating the integration of STI management with ARSH and family planning.

Support Capacity building at national and states level for implementation of HIV/AIDS prevention services.

Support NACA, the Federal Ministry of Health and SACAs and SMOHS in 12 states +FCT in policy formulation, institutional FMOH SMOH SACAs, CSOs and human capacity development and in service delivery to ensure a coordinated implementation of the prevention component of the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

Improving the access of young people to gender-sensitive SRH and HIV prevention through information and services Increased availability of youth friendly sexual and RH information and services provision and networking. This involves building the capacity of implementers at the nation, state and community levels. for in and out of school youths

FMOH, SMOH, YSOs

Support to health systems strengthening

Support the development and implementation of the National Strategic Health Development Plan and Country Compact aimed at improving the Nigeria's weak health system, specifically the delivery of gender sensitive, equitable and quality maternal and newborn health services, capacity of health workforce, establishment of sustainable health financing systems/mechanism, especially community financing initiatives, health information systems and community engagement/participation.

Rotary International
Providing Polio Eradication Coordinating activities in the Very High Risk States of Nigeria (2007-2009) ADMIN

FMOH, SMOH, MDAs, CSOs All PEI

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Kano, Jigawa, Katsina, FCT & environs.

US$

594,203

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

The UN Joint Programme of Support on HIV/AIDS focuses on the UNDAF (UN development assistance framework) Priority 3: Social service delivery to invest in Nigerias human capital and contribute towards a democratic dividend that reaches the NACA, NASCP/FMOH, NPC, poor even as it boosts current and future potential for equitable growth. SACAs, CSOS, NGOs, SMOHs, FMOWA and other relevant The expected outcome is in line with Policies, investments and institutional changes enable access to quality social services Ministries and departments at to achieve national development targets, including progressive realization of the MDGs (health, basic education, water and Federal and State level, environmental sanitation and universal access to HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment and care). Development Partners and UN Cosponsors

UNAIDS COUNTRY OFFICE, ABUJA Lagos, Imo, Kaduna, Adamawa, Benue, FCT, Akwa Ibom, Edo, Ondo, Taraba and Cross River

$11,128,741.00

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E National U/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000

Social and economic determinants of health

Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO National H/LGAs/DFID National National

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

BENUE HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK


Health System Development Project (HSDP) The 5-Year project, co-financed by the Bank and the World Bank consists of 3 components Capacity Strengthening of State Ministries of Health, Support to Primary Health Care and Capacity for Federal Ministry of Health. The Bank is only supporting the second component in 12 states which has the under-listed 5 subcomponents: A) Improved Access to Primary Health Care Services B) Support to Primary Health Care Services C) Support to Health Training Facilities D) Essential Drugs Management E) Project Management (Project Ends December 2010) WB, FMoH, NPHCDA, SMoH of Participating States 12 States namely: Abia, Imo, Edo, Akwa-Ibom, Lagos, Oyo, Niger, Benue, Kaduna, Katsina, Yobe and Bauchi Gregory Osabor g.osubor@afdb.org

US $45 MILLION

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support for management of severe and acute malnutrition, improve food safety and food security throughout the life cycle, household and community care & child stinulation as well as micronutrient deficiency control 2009-2012 FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC//SMOH/L GAs/NAFDAC/USAID/SON National/Zonal (specific states are Sokoto, Kebbi, Yobe, Borno, Gombe, Kaduna, Benue, Ebonyi, Oyo and Lagos)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

Nutrition including micronutrients

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition , e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org , Stanley Chitekwe, Nutrition Manager e-mail: schitekwe@unicef.org Dr.Janet Kayita, Chief, Children & HIV/AIDS e-mail: jkayita@unicef.org

$16,700,000

HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care

Support for the national HIV response with emphasis on PMTCT and Paediatric Care and Treatment, and primary prevention for adolescents and youth. Technical logistical and financial support for Federal and State (11 JUNTA states and FCT) scale up and/or Operational plans, including for GF reprogrammed funds; human and institutional capacity development; strengthening coordination mechanisms and systems; and support for effective monitoring and evaluation (including for universal access reporting, tracking). UNITAID financed diagnostics, drugs and other supplies linked to strengthened PSM systems to facilitate acceleration of PMTCT scale up.

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National/Akwa Ibom, Benue, GAs/USG/GFTAM/CIDA Cross River, Imo, Lagos, Ondo, Edo, Kaduna, FCT, Gombe, Adamawa, Taraba

$4,000,000

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


This programme will leverage systemic change that strengthens government and partners abilities to strategically prioritise, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Benue, Cross River, Kaduna, and scale up activities that deliver HIV/AIDS interventions (2009 to 2014) SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Lagos, Nasarawa, Ogun and and departments at Federal and Akwa Ibom State level, Commercial sector Michal O'Dwyer (World Bank) modwyer@worldbank.org

Enhancing Nigerias Response to HIV/AIDS (ENR)

100,000,000

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Tuberculosis Control USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB John Snow, Abt Associates, control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe, $ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

UNFPA
Support to Reproductive Health Maternal health and Obstetric Fistula Support capacity building activities (institutional and human resource development) for the delivery of quality maternal and FMOH, SMOH, LGA PHC newborn services with focus on EmOC services and supplies in 12 states + FCT). Advocacy and support for the prevention, departments, CSOs treatment and rehabilitation of obstetric fistula including development of national framework in the context of maternal health. Programme states of Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue, kano kastisa and FCT; as well as States with high prevalence of obstetric fistula.

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Support to Strengthen Systems and mechanisms for implementation of syndromic management of STIs/RTIs

Works with the federal government and in 12 states + FCT to develop and implement guidelines for syndromic FMOH, SMOHs, SACAs, CSOs management of STIs/RTIs. This involves building the capacity of core group of trainers and service providers at the national and state level and facilitating the integration of STI management with ARSH and family planning.

Support Capacity building at national and states level for implementation of HIV/AIDS prevention services.

Support NACA, the Federal Ministry of Health and SACAs and SMOHS in 12 states +FCT in policy formulation, institutional FMOH SMOH SACAs, CSOs and human capacity development and in service delivery to ensure a coordinated implementation of the prevention component of the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

Improving the access of young people to gender-sensitive SRH and HIV prevention through information and services Increased availability of youth friendly sexual and RH information and services provision and networking. This involves building the capacity of implementers at the nation, state and community levels. for in and out of school youths

FMOH, SMOH, YSOs

Support to health systems strengthening

Support the development and implementation of the National Strategic Health Development Plan and Country Compact aimed at improving the Nigeria's weak health system, specifically the delivery of gender sensitive, equitable and quality maternal and newborn health services, capacity of health workforce, establishment of sustainable health financing systems/mechanism, especially community financing initiatives, health information systems and community engagement/participation.

FMOH, SMOH, MDAs, CSOs

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

The UN Joint Programme of Support on HIV/AIDS focuses on the UNDAF (UN development assistance framework) Priority 3: Social service delivery to invest in Nigerias human capital and contribute towards a democratic dividend that reaches the NACA, NASCP/FMOH, NPC, poor even as it boosts current and future potential for equitable growth. SACAs, CSOS, NGOs, SMOHs, FMOWA and other relevant The expected outcome is in line with Policies, investments and institutional changes enable access to quality social services Ministries and departments at to achieve national development targets, including progressive realization of the MDGs (health, basic education, water and Federal and State level, environmental sanitation and universal access to HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment and care). Development Partners and UN Cosponsors

UNAIDS COUNTRY OFFICE, ABUJA Lagos, Imo, Kaduna, Adamawa, Benue, FCT, Akwa Ibom, Edo, Ondo, Taraba and Cross River

$11,128,741.00

World Health Organisation in Nigeria

Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E National U/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National

$2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO National H/LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

KOGI HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

Building civil society for advocacy on sexual and reproductive health and rights in Nigeria

Overall objective(s): The overall objective of the project is to improve the reproductive and sexual health situation in Nigeria with a specific Center for Population and focus on the adolescents through interventions designed to strengthen the capacity of local CSOs to play key advocacy roles in policy dialogues. Environmental Development Specific objectives: (i) Strengthen the capacity of 300 local CSOs to clarify their vision and increase their organisational efficiency; (ii) Improve (CPED). the knowledge of 2,000 leaders of 300 CSOs on SRHR situation in Nigeria; (iii) Strengthen the advocacy skills of 300 local CSOs to act as policy and implementation partners of federal, state and local governments to support SRHR activities; (iv) Build the capacity of at least 100 journalists in media houses to investigate and report on SRHR policies, (v) Build the capacity of 200 youth organisations on the creation, design and implementation of SRHR peer education programmes; (vi) Work with the empowered CSOs and youth organisations to reach adolescents with peer education and youth-friendly SRHR services; (vii) Support CSO. DURATION: 36 MONTHS. (1 Feb. 2010 - 31 Jan. 2013).

Ten states: (1) Adamawa (2) Akwa Ibom (3) Abia (4) Bauchi (5) Cross River (6) Edo (7) Kogi (8) Ogun (9) Ondo (10) Rivers

Prof. Andrew Onokerhoraye agonoks@yahoo.com

EUR 1,107,595.80

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

World Health Organisation in Nigeria

Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E U/CDC/WB

National $2,951,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO H/LGAs/DFID National National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

KWARA HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E National U/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $941,000 $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO National H/LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

NASARAWA HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

Enhancing Essential Reproductive Sexual Health and HIV&AIDS Care in Post Conflict and Internally displaced persons communities in Nigeria (RSHSIDP)

The overall objective of this project is to reduce maternal and under-five mortality, while mitigating the impact of STIs and HIV/AIDS in selected post conflict communities in Nigeria. Specific objectives are: 1) improved knowledge on RSHR among women, girls and adolescents in post conflict and internally displaced persons (IDP) communities in Nigeria, 2) Enhanced capacity of relevant organisations, agencies and communities to advocate for adequate maternal and HIV/AIDS services in post conflict and IDP communities in Nigeria, 3) Strengthened delivery of maternal, newborn and HIV/AIDS services in post conflict and IDP communities in Nigeria. Duration: 48 month project (2008-2012).

ActionAid UK, ActionAid Six States - Plateau, Nasarawa in Hussaini Abdu International Nigeria, local NGOs the North central Zone and Hussaini.Abdu@actionaid.org in participating states. Rivers, Cross River, Delta and Bayelsa States in the SouthSouth Zones.

EUR 2,002,239.08

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


This programme will leverage systemic change that strengthens government and partners abilities to strategically prioritise, and scale up activities that deliver HIV/AIDS interventions (2009 to 2014) Enhancing Nigerias Response to HIV/AIDS (ENR) NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Benue, Cross River, Kaduna, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Lagos, Nasarawa, Ogun and and departments at Federal and Akwa Ibom State level, Commercial sector Michal O'Dwyer (World Bank) modwyer@worldbank.org

100,000,000

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Tuberculosis Control USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB John Snow, Abt Associates, control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe, $ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu,

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

German Technical Cooperation (GTZ)


HIV Mainstreaming interventions Technical support on the conceptualisation and implementation of comprehensive HIV workplace programs Local subsidy to partner NGOs, Support Groups on HIV intervention implementation (Jan 2005 - August 2010) THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012 SACA, SMME, CSOs, Local NGOs, Support Groups, Microfinance Instititutions (MFI) Chamber of Commerce, Mines, Agriculture and Industy Niger, Nasarawa, Borno States 350,000

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

The UN Joint Programme of Support on HIV/AIDS focuses on the UNDAF (UN development assistance framework) Priority 3: Social service delivery to invest in Nigerias human capital and contribute towards a democratic dividend that reaches the NACA, NASCP/FMOH, NPC, poor even as it boosts current and future potential for equitable growth. SACAs, CSOS, NGOs, SMOHs, FMOWA and other relevant The expected outcome is in line with Policies, investments and institutional changes enable access to quality social services Ministries and departments at to achieve national development targets, including progressive realization of the MDGs (health, basic education, water and Federal and State level, environmental sanitation and universal access to HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment and care). Development Partners and UN Cosponsors

UNAIDS COUNTRY OFFICE, ABUJA Lagos, Imo, Kaduna, Adamawa, Benue, FCT, Akwa Ibom, Edo, Ondo, Taraba and Cross River

$11,128,741.00

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E U/CDC/WB National $2,951,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO H/LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services Enabling and support functions

National $657,000

NIGER HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK


Health System Development Project (HSDP) The 5-Year project, co-financed by the Bank and the World Bank consists of 3 components Capacity Strengthening of State Ministries of Health, Support to Primary Health Care and Capacity for Federal Ministry of Health. The Bank is only supporting the second component in 12 states which has the under-listed 5 subcomponents: A) Improved Access to Primary Health Care Services B) Support to Primary Health Care Services C) Support to Health Training Facilities D) Essential Drugs Management E) Project Management (Project Ends December 2010) WB, FMoH, NPHCDA, SMoH of Participating States 12 States namely: Abia, Imo, Edo, Akwa-Ibom, Lagos, Oyo, Niger, Benue, Kaduna, Katsina, Yobe and Bauchi Gregory Osabor g.osubor@afdb.org

US $45 MILLION

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


It will provide key capacity building support for national and sub-national level institutions; as well as expanded support for marketing and distribution of malaria control commodities National, including subsidies for target groups. (Nov 07 - Oct 12) Support to the National Malaria Programme (SUNMAP) FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund CCM and Fund Recipients, NGOs, World Bank Malaria Booster Project Federal, Anambra, Lagos, Kano, Niger, Katsina, Ogun (additional Ebere Anyachukwu (DFID) estates to be determined) anyachukwu@dfid.gov.uk and Caroline Vanderick (SUNMAP) c.vanderick@malariaconsortium. org

50,000,000

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
DRPC NGO based in Kano contracted to provide advocacy and capacity building to political and religious leaders on reproductive health issues in selected northern states. DPRC Niger, Sokoto and Zamfara $600,000 Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe,

Tuberculosis Control

USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB John Snow, Abt Associates, control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International

$ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Covers the whole country Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, Covers all 36 States NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

German Technical Cooperation (GTZ)


HIV Mainstreaming interventions Technical support on the conceptualisation and implementation of comprehensive HIV workplace programs Local subsidy to partner NGOs, Support Groups on HIV intervention implementation (Jan 2005 - August 2010) SACA, SMME, CSOs, Local NGOs, Support Groups, Microfinance Instititutions (MFI) Chamber of Commerce, Mines, Agriculture and Industy Niger, Nasarawa, Borno States 350,000

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E National U/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) As/ Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO National H/LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

PLATEAU HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

Enhancing Essential Reproductive Sexual Health and HIV&AIDS Care in Post Conflict and Internally displaced persons communities in Nigeria (RSHSIDP)

The overall objective of this project is to reduce maternal and under-five mortality, while mitigating the impact of STIs and ActionAid UK, ActionAid HIV/AIDS in selected post conflict communities in Nigeria. Specific objectives are: 1) improved knowledge on RSHR among International Nigeria, local NGOs women, girls and adolescents in post conflict and internally displaced persons (IDP) communities in Nigeria, 2) Enhanced in participating states. capacity of relevant organisations, agencies and communities to advocate for adequate maternal and HIV/AIDS services in post conflict and IDP communities in Nigeria, 3) Strengthened delivery of maternal, newborn and HIV/AIDS services in post conflict and IDP communities in Nigeria. Duration: 48 month project (2008-2012).

Six States - Plateau, Nasarawa in Hussaini Abdu the North central Zone and Hussaini.Abdu@actionaid.org Rivers, Cross River, Delta and Bayelsa States in the SouthSouth Zones.

EUR 2,002,239.08

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E U/CDC/WB National $2,951,000

Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO H/LGAs/DFID National National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

ADAMAWA HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Catholic Fund for Overseas Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and Development (CAFOD) Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

Building civil society for advocacy on sexual and reproductive health and rights in Nigeria

Center for Population and Overall objective(s): The overall objective of the project is to improve the reproductive and sexual health situation in Nigeria with a specific focus on the adolescents through interventions designed to strengthen the capacity of local CSOs to play key advocacy roles in policy dialogues. Environmental Development Specific objectives: (i) Strengthen the capacity of 300 local CSOs to clarify their vision and increase their organisational efficiency; (ii) Improve (CPED). the knowledge of 2,000 leaders of 300 CSOs on SRHR situation in Nigeria; (iii) Strengthen the advocacy skills of 300 local CSOs to act as policy and implementation partners of federal, state and local governments to support SRHR activities; (iv) Build the capacity of at least 100 journalists in media houses to investigate and report on SRHR policies, (v) Build the capacity of 200 youth organisations on the creation, design and implementation of SRHR peer education programmes; (vi) Work with the empowered CSOs and youth organisations to reach adolescents with peer education and youth-friendly SRHR services; (vii) Support CSO. DURATION: 36 MONTHS. (1 Feb. 2010 - 31 Jan. 2013).

Ten states: (1) Adamawa (2) Akwa Ibom (3) Abia (4) Bauchi (5) Cross River (6) Edo (7) Kogi (8) Ogun (9) Ondo (10) Rivers

Prof. Andrew Onokerhoraye agonoks@yahoo.com

EUR 1,107,595.80

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health using the IMNCH strategy

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National, Kaduna, Sokoto, neonatal period as well as malaria prevention & control (RBM) and Integrated Management of Childhood Illness from 2009- MCH Partnership/GoJ Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi and 2012 Edo states

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org ;Dr Emmanuel Gemade Health Specialist e-mail: egemade@unicef.org)

$10,000,000

Malaria Control

Support malaria control activities including technical support for GFATM proposal development. Five states supported in the FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National, Kaduna, Sokoto, Kebbi Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, promotion of ITNs/LLINs and home care management of malaria by care givers from 2002 -2008. A new focus 2009-2012 is MCH Partnership/GoJ and Adamawa Health & Nutrition e-mail: on universal coverage of LLINs in Kaduna, Sokoto, Kebbi and Adamawa with 6.5 million through UNITAID. nsipilanyambe@unicef.org Dr Emmanuel Gemade Health Specialist (Tel. No: 08034035235, e-mail: egemade@unicef.org) Support to polio eradication and measles control and strengthening routine immunization. Support to capacity building for emergency/ epidemic preparedness and response as well as pre-positioning of supplies to ensure rapid response to emergencies from 2009- 2012 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/IC National/Zonal (specific efforts C Partnership on systems capacity strengtheing for Routine Immunization will be in Sokoto, Katsina, Kaduna, Yobe, Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi, Rivers, Lagos and Oyo) Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org, Dr Boubacar Dieng, Health Manager - EP, e-mail: bdieng@unicef.org Dr.Janet Kayita, Chief, Children & HIV/AIDS e-mail: jkayita@unicef.org

$50,000,000

Immunization services including polio eradication activities

$90,000,000

HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care

Support for the national HIV response with emphasis on PMTCT and Paediatric Care and Treatment, and primary FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National/Akwa Ibom, Benue, prevention for adolescents and youth. Technical logistical and financial support for Federal and State (11 JUNTA states and GAs/USG/GFTAM/CIDA Cross River, Imo, Lagos, Ondo, FCT) scale up and/or Operational plans, including for GF reprogrammed funds; human and institutional capacity Edo, Kaduna, FCT, Gombe, development; strengthening coordination mechanisms and systems; and support for effective monitoring and evaluation Adamawa, Taraba (including for universal access reporting, tracking). UNITAID financed diagnostics, drugs and other supplies linked to strengthened PSM systems to facilitate acceleration of PMTCT scale up.

$4,000,000

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

Tuberculosis Control

WORLD BANK

USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB John Snow, Abt Associates, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe,

$ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Covers the whole country Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, Covers all 36 States NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

UNFPA
Support to Reproductive Health Maternal health and Obstetric Fistula Support capacity building activities (institutional and human resource development) for the delivery of quality maternal and FMOH, SMOH, LGA PHC newborn services with focus on EmOC services and supplies in 12 states + FCT). Advocacy and support for the prevention, departments, CSOs treatment and rehabilitation of obstetric fistula including development of national framework in the context of maternal health. Programme states of Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue, Kano Katsina and FCT; as well as States with high prevalence of obstetric fistula.

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Support to Strengthen Systems and mechanisms for implementation of syndromic management of STIs/RTIs

Works with the federal government and in 12 states + FCT to develop and implement guidelines for syndromic management FMOH, SMOHs, SACAs, CSOs of STIs/RTIs. This involves building the capacity of core group of trainers and service providers at the national and state level and facilitating the integration of STI management with ARSH and family planning.

Support Capacity building at national and states level for implementation of HIV/AIDS prevention services.

Support NACA, the Federal Ministry of Health and SACAs and SMOHS in 12 states +FCT in policy formulation, institutional FMOH SMOH SACAs, CSOs and human capacity development and in service delivery to ensure a coordinated implementation of the prevention component of the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

Improving the access of young people to gender-sensitive SRH and HIV prevention through information and services Increased availability of youth friendly sexual and RH information and services provision and networking. This involves building the capacity of implementers at the nation, state and community levels. for in and out of school youths

FMOH, SMOH, YSOs

Support to health systems strengthening

Support the development and implementation of the National Strategic Health Development Plan and Country Compact aimed at improving the Nigeria's weak health system, specifically the delivery of gender sensitive, equitable and quality maternal and newborn health services, capacity of health workforce, establishment of sustainable health financing systems/mechanism, especially community financing initiatives, health information systems and community engagement/participation.

FMOH, SMOH, MDAs, CSOs

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Borno, Adamawa, Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Borno, Adamawa, Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

The UN Joint Programme of Support on HIV/AIDS focuses on the UNDAF (UN development assistance framework) Priority 3: Social service delivery to invest in Nigerias human capital and contribute towards a democratic dividend that reaches the NACA, NASCP/FMOH, NPC, poor even as it boosts current and future potential for equitable growth. SACAs, CSOS, NGOs, SMOHs, FMOWA and other relevant The expected outcome is in line with Policies, investments and institutional changes enable access to quality social services Ministries and departments at to achieve national development targets, including progressive realization of the MDGs (health, basic education, water and Federal and State level, Lagos, Imo, Kaduna, Adamawa, environmental sanitation and universal access to HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment and care). Development Partners and UN Benue, FCT, Akwa Ibom, Edo, Cosponsors Ondo, Taraba and Cross River

UNAIDS COUNTRY OFFICE, ABUJA

$11,128,741.00

World Health Organisation in Nigeria

Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control

Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E National U/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National

$2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011)

$941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO National H/LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

BAUCHI HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK


Health System Development Project (HSDP) The 5-Year project, co-financed by the Bank and the World Bank consists of 3 components Capacity Strengthening of State Ministries of Health, Support to Primary Health Care and Capacity for Federal Ministry of Health. The Bank is only supporting the second component in 12 states which has the under-listed 5 subcomponents: A) Improved Access to Primary Health Care Services B) Support to Primary Health Care Services C) Support to Health Training Facilities D) Essential Drugs Management E) Project Management (Project Ends December 2010) WB, FMoH, NPHCDA, SMoH of Participating States 12 States namely: Abia, Imo, Edo, Akwa-Ibom, Lagos, Oyo, Niger, Benue, Kaduna, Katsina, Yobe and Bauchi Gregory Osabor g.osubor@afdb.org

US $45 MILLION

CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CIDA)

School/College of Health Technology & PHC Project

The Project is supporting the development of well-trained, gender-sensitive PHC personnel to work in PHC BAUCHI; CROSS RIVER STATE; Bauchi & Cross River States facilities/practicum sites in Bauchi and Cross River states through the technical and physical upgrading of the SHT/CHT and NPHCDA health facilities at its practicum sites and community-based initiatives to strengthen PHC program delivery. DATES: 2006 2011

$19,648,000 Head of Cooperation/CIDA. Tel: 09-4612900. Email: julia.bracken@international.gc.ca

BAUCHI; CROSS RIVER STATE; Bauchi & Cross River States Nigeria Evidence-based Health Systems The Project is strengthening evidence-based primary health care systems in Bauchi and Cross River states through data collection, analysis and its use to inform decision-making in planning and budgeting in the health sector. The Project is also FMOH Initiative (NEHSI) strenghtening the capacity of the FMOH Monitoring & Evaluation Unit and Library. DATES: 2008 - 2014 Head of Cooperation/CIDA. Tel: 09-4612900. Email: julia.bracken@international.gc.ca

CIDA $19,135,765.01 & IDRC $1 million

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Borno, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

Building civil society for advocacy on sexual and reproductive health and rights in Nigeria

Overall objective(s): The overall objective of the project is to improve the reproductive and sexual health situation in Nigeria with a specific Center for Population and focus on the adolescents through interventions designed to strengthen the capacity of local CSOs to play key advocacy roles in policy dialogues. Environmental Development Specific objectives: (i) Strengthen the capacity of 300 local CSOs to clarify their vision and increase their organisational efficiency; (ii) Improve (CPED). the knowledge of 2,000 leaders of 300 CSOs on SRHR situation in Nigeria; (iii) Strengthen the advocacy skills of 300 local CSOs to act as policy and implementation partners of federal, state and local governments to support SRHR activities; (iv) Build the capacity of at least 100 journalists in media houses to investigate and report on SRHR policies, (v) Build the capacity of 200 youth organisations on the creation, design and implementation of SRHR peer education programmes; (vi) Work with the empowered CSOs and youth organisations to reach adolescents with peer education and youth-friendly SRHR services; (vii) Support CSO. DURATION: 36 MONTHS. (1 Feb. 2010 - 31 Jan. 2013).

Ten states: (1) Adamawa (2) Prof. Andrew Onokerhoraye Akwa Ibom (3) Abia (4) Bauchi (5) agonoks@yahoo.com Cross River (6) Edo (7) Kogi (8) Ogun (9) Ondo (10) Rivers EUR 1,107,595.80

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/NM National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and CH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health using the IMNCH strategy

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/NM National, Kaduna, Sokoto, neonatal period as well as malaria prevention & control (RBM) and Integrated Management of Childhood Illness from 2009- CH Partnership/GoJ Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi and 2012 Edo states

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org ;Dr Emmanuel Gemade Health Specialist e-mail: egemade@unicef.org)

$10,000,000

WASH: National Onchocerciasis Control Programme

Support establishment of systems for effective delivery and use of mectizan in endemic communities of 10 states for Onchocerciasis (river blindness) control . UNICEF supports also involve clearing and distribution of mectizan to all NGDOs implementing Onchocerciasis Control Programme in the country.(2004-2011)

FMOH/NOCP/SOCT/LOCT/ NGDOs/ United States Fund for UNICEF/WHO

National/Zonal/ Cross River, Benue, Oyo, Ogun, Osun, Ondo, Ekiti, Niger, Bauchi, Gombe Dr.V.Alkari $1,066,666.00

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
DELIVER - Contraceptives DELIVER works with the FMOH and selected states to improve the Contraceptive Logistics Information System, to provide forecasts for contraceptive security, and to assist with USAID procurements of contraceptives (along with the CCP project). Targeted states high impact project (TSHIP), an integrated maternal neonatal and child health project, to focus on high impact and low cost interventions towards reduction of maternal and child death, is being rolled out in Bauchi and Sokoto states. The $90 million project awarded to JSI in August 2009 is designed to support the two states towards achieving millennium development goals 3&4 by reducing maternal and child mortality by halve by 2015. The project will build health John Snow Inc. $1.5 million per year JSI Inc. Bauchi, Nasarawa, Kano, Sokoto Bauchi and Sokoto states $90,000,000 2009-2014

TSHIP (John Snow Inc.)

WORLD BANK

Polio Eradication Project

Malaria Control Booster Project

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 To ensure that the target population will have improved access to and utilization of well-defined set of Malaria Plus Package of interventions (MPP); and * To strengthen Federal and States ability to manage and oversee delivery of malaria plus interventions. Approved: 12/12/06 Closing: 03/31/12.

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary Primary Government Partner is National Malaria Control Program. Specific paretners include FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund CCM and Fund Recipients, NGOs, SunMap NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Covers 7 States ( Jigawa, Kano, Bauchi, Gombe, Anambra, Akwa Ibom and Rivers) with a strong Federal Component. World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$280,000,000

* To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year.

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

Initially covered 18 States: Akwa Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

Bauchi, Cross River, Kaduna, Lagos Primary Health Care Study (FY08)

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/EU National /CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/LG National As/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/NM National CH Partnership

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LGA National s/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LGA National s/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/DFI National D/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMOH/ National LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

BORNO HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Borno, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support for management of severe and acute malnutrition, improve food safety and food security throughout the life cycle, household and community care & child stinulation as well as micronutrient deficiency control 2009-2012

National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in each of the 36 states and FCT (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

Nutrition including micronutrients

FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC//SMOH/LG National/Zonal (specific states are As/NAFDAC/USAID/SON Sokoto, Kebbi, Yobe, Borno, Gombe, Kaduna, Benue, Ebonyi, Oyo and Lagos)

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition , e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org , Stanley Chitekwe, Nutrition Manager e-mail: schitekwe@unicef.org

$16,700,000

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
IRHIN is a social marketing project for contracptives. It improves the understanding of, access to, and correct use of Improved Reproductive Health In Nigeria contraceptives to reduce unintended or mistimed pregnancies 2005-2010. A follow-on social marketing project is expected (IRHIN to be supported by USAID after IRHIN ends. Society for Family Health National and 3 clinical States (Abia, Cross River and Kaduna) Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe, $13.5m

Tuberculosis Control

USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB John Snow, Abt Associates, control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International

$ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

WORLD BANK

Polio Eradication Project

HIV/AIDS Program Development Project and Additional Financing

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year.

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

UNFPA
Support to Reproductive Health Maternal health and Obstetric Fistula Support capacity building activities (institutional and human resource development) for the delivery of quality maternal and FMOH, SMOH, LGA PHC newborn services with focus on EmOC services and supplies in 12 states + FCT). Advocacy and support for the prevention, departments, CSOs treatment and rehabilitation of obstetric fistula including development of national framework in the context of maternal health. Programme states of Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue, kano kastisa and FCT; as well as States with high prevalence of obstetric fistula.

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Support to Strengthen Systems and mechanisms for implementation of syndromic management of STIs/RTIs

Works with the federal government and in 12 states + FCT to develop and implement guidelines for syndromic FMOH, SMOHs, SACAs, CSOs management of STIs/RTIs. This involves building the capacity of core group of trainers and service providers at the national and state level and facilitating the integration of STI management with ARSH and family planning.

Support Capacity building at national and states level for implementation of HIV/AIDS prevention services.

Support NACA, the Federal Ministry of Health and SACAs and SMOHS in 12 states +FCT in policy formulation, institutional FMOH SMOH SACAs, CSOs and human capacity development and in service delivery to ensure a coordinated implementation of the prevention component of the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

Improving the access of young people to gender-sensitive SRH and HIV prevention through information and services Increased availability of youth friendly sexual and RH information and services provision and networking. This involves building the capacity of implementers at the nation, state and community levels. for in and out of school youths

FMOH, SMOH, YSOs

Support to health systems strengthening

Support the development and implementation of the National Strategic Health Development Plan and Country Compact aimed at improving the Nigeria's weak health system, specifically the delivery of gender sensitive, equitable and quality maternal and newborn health services, capacity of health workforce, establishment of sustainable health financing systems/mechanism, especially community financing initiatives, health information systems and community engagement/participation.

FMOH, SMOH, MDAs, CSOs

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Benue) + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/EU National /CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N MCH Partnership National $5,919,000 National $4,658,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $1,340,000 National $360,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011)

Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and Emergency Preparedness and Response economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011)

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/DF National ID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMOH National /LGAs/DFID National National

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

GOMBE HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National, Kaduna, Sokoto, neonatal period as well as malaria prevention & control (RBM) and Integrated Management of Childhood Illness from 2009- MCH Partnership/GoJ Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi and 2012 Edo states

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health using the IMNCH strategy

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org ;Dr Emmanuel Gemade Health Specialist e-mail: egemade@unicef.org) Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org, Dr Boubacar Dieng, Health Manager - EP, e-mail: bdieng@unicef.org

$10,000,000

Immunization services including polio eradication activities

Support to polio eradication and measles control and strengthening routine immunization. Support to capacity building for emergency/ epidemic preparedness and response as well as pre-positioning of supplies to ensure rapid response to emergencies from 2009- 2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/IC National/Zonal (specific efforts on C Partnership systems capacity strengtheing for Routine Immunization will be in Sokoto, Katsina, Kaduna, Yobe, Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi, Rivers, Lagos and Oyo) FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC//SMOH/LG National/Zonal (specific states As/NAFDAC/USAID/SON are Sokoto, Kebbi, Yobe, Borno, Gombe, Kaduna, Benue, Ebonyi, Oyo and Lagos)

$90,000,000

Nutrition including micronutrients

Support for management of severe and acute malnutrition, improve food safety and food security throughout the life cycle, household and community care & child stinulation as well as micronutrient deficiency control 2009-2012

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition , e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org , Stanley Chitekwe, Nutrition Manager e-mail: schitekwe@unicef.org Dr.Janet Kayita, Chief, Children & HIV/AIDS e-mail: jkayita@unicef.org

$16,700,000

HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care

Support for the national HIV response with emphasis on PMTCT and Paediatric Care and Treatment, and primary prevention for adolescents and youth. Technical logistical and financial support for Federal and State (11 JUNTA states and FCT) scale up and/or Operational plans, including for GF reprogrammed funds; human and institutional capacity development; strengthening coordination mechanisms and systems; and support for effective monitoring and evaluation (including for universal access reporting, tracking). UNITAID financed diagnostics, drugs and other supplies linked to strengthened PSM systems to facilitate acceleration of PMTCT scale up.

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National/Akwa Ibom, Benue, GAs/USG/GFTAM/CIDA Cross River, Imo, Lagos, Ondo, Edo, Kaduna, FCT, Gombe, Adamawa, Taraba

$4,000,000

WORLD BANK

Polio Eradication Project

Malaria Control Booster Project

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 To ensure that the target population will have improved access to and utilization of well-defined set of Malaria Plus Package of interventions (MPP); and * To strengthen Federal and States ability to manage and oversee delivery of malaria plus interventions. Approved: 12/12/06 Closing: 03/31/12.

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary Primary Government Partner is National Malaria Control Program. Specific paretners include FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund CCM and Fund Recipients, NGOs, SunMap

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Covers 7 States ( Jigawa, Kano, World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Bauchi, Gombe, Anambra, Akwa Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Ibom and Rivers) with a strong Federal Component.

$130,400,000

$280,000,000

* To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year.

NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

German Technical Cooperation (GTZ)


HIV Workplace program and HIV control Conceptualisation and support in the implementation of comprehensive HIV workplace program in Ashaka Cement in Funakaye LGA of Gombe State company and HIV control in Funakaye LGA of Gombe State (Nov 2004 - June 2008) LAFARGE-ASHAKA cement company, Gombe State MOH, FMC Gombe Gombe State 300,000

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Identify opportunities to test scalable models that more effectively reach pregnant women, women during delivery, and newborns in homes in Northern Nigeria

Society for Family Health To identify opportunities to test scalable models that more effectively reach pregnant women, women during delivery, and newborns in homes in Northern Nigeria. Building on linkages between homes/communities and a range of alternative private providers, improve care seeking for illness and home based practices. (Nov 2009 - Nov 2011)

Gombe State

$6,859,953

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E U/CDC/WB National $2,951,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO H/LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services Enabling and support functions

National $657,000

TARABA HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Borno, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/NM National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and CH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support for the national HIV response with emphasis on PMTCT and Paediatric Care and Treatment, and primary prevention for adolescents and youth. Technical logistical and financial support for Federal and State (11 JUNTA states and FCT) scale up and/or Operational plans, including for GF reprogrammed funds; human and institutional capacity development; strengthening coordination mechanisms and systems; and support for effective monitoring and evaluation (including for universal access reporting, tracking). UNITAID financed diagnostics, drugs and other supplies linked to strengthened PSM systems to facilitate acceleration of PMTCT scale up. FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/LG National/Akwa Ibom, Benue, As/USG/GFTAM/CIDA Cross River, Imo, Lagos, Ondo, Edo, Kaduna, FCT, Gombe, Adamawa, Taraba

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care

Dr.Janet Kayita, Chief, Children & HIV/AIDS e-mail: jkayita@unicef.org

$4,000,000

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Tuberculosis Control USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB John Snow, Abt Associates, control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe, $ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

WORLD BANK

Polio Eradication Project

HIV/AIDS Program Development Project and Additional Financing

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year.

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

The UN Joint Programme of Support on HIV/AIDS focuses on the UNDAF (UN development assistance framework) Priority 3: Social service delivery to invest in Nigerias human capital and contribute towards a democratic dividend that reaches the poor even as it boosts current and future potential for equitable growth. The expected outcome is in line with Policies, investments and institutional changes enable access to quality social services to achieve national development targets, including progressive realization of the MDGs (health, basic education, water and environmental sanitation and universal access to HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment and care).

NACA, NASCP/FMOH, NPC, SACAs, CSOS, NGOs, SMOHs, FMOWA and other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Development Partners and UN Cosponsors

UNAIDS COUNTRY OFFICE, ABUJA Lagos, Imo, Kaduna, Adamawa, Benue, FCT, Akwa Ibom, Edo, Ondo, Taraba and Cross River

$11,128,741.00

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/EU/ National CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/LG National As/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/NM National CH Partnership $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LGA National address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) s/ Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LGA National s/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/DFI National D/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMOH/ National LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

YOBE HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK


Health System Development Project (HSDP) The 5-Year project, co-financed by the Bank and the World Bank consists of 3 components Capacity Strengthening of State Ministries of Health, Support to Primary Health Care and Capacity for Federal Ministry of Health. The Bank is only supporting the second component in 12 states which has the under-listed 5 subcomponents: A) Improved Access to Primary Health Care Services B) Support to Primary Health Care Services C) Support to Health Training Facilities D) Essential Drugs Management E) Project Management (Project Ends December 2010) WB, FMoH, NPHCDA, SMoH of Participating States 12 States namely: Abia, Imo, Edo, Akwa-Ibom, Lagos, Oyo, Niger, Benue, Kaduna, Katsina, Yobe and Bauchi Gregory Osabor g.osubor@afdb.org

US $45 MILLION

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

NORWAY
Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health programme - Delegated cooperation with UK - DFID. Delegated cooperation with DFID - and implemented in collaboration with PRRINN - Partnership to Revive Routine Immunisation in Northern Nigera. 2009 - 2014 FMOH, NPHCDA, SMOHs, LGAs, Other Donor projects Federal, Jigawa, Katsina, Yobe and Zamfara Carolyn Sunners (DFID) csunners@dfid.gov.uk or Solvi Taraldsen (DFID) STaraldsen@dfid.gov.uk and Dr Idris (PRRINN-MNCH) drgarbaidris@yahoo.com (24 million - see below)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National, Kaduna, Sokoto, neonatal period as well as malaria prevention & control (RBM) and Integrated Management of Childhood Illness from 2009- MCH Partnership/GoJ Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi and 2012 Edo states

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health using the IMNCH strategy

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org ;Dr Emmanuel Gemade Health Specialist e-mail: egemade@unicef.org) Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org, Dr Boubacar Dieng, Health Manager - EP, e-mail: bdieng@unicef.org

$10,000,000

Immunization services including polio eradication activities

Support to polio eradication and measles control and strengthening routine immunization. Support to capacity building for emergency/ epidemic preparedness and response as well as pre-positioning of supplies to ensure rapid response to emergencies from 2009- 2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/IC National/Zonal (specific efforts on C Partnership systems capacity strengtheing for Routine Immunization will be in Sokoto, Katsina, Kaduna, Yobe, Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi, Rivers, Lagos and Oyo) FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC//SMOH/LG National/Zonal (specific states As/NAFDAC/USAID/SON are Sokoto, Kebbi, Yobe, Borno, Gombe, Kaduna, Benue, Ebonyi, Oyo and Lagos)

$90,000,000

Nutrition including micronutrients

Support for management of severe and acute malnutrition, improve food safety and food security throughout the life cycle, household and community care & child stinulation as well as micronutrient deficiency control 2009-2012

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition , e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org , Stanley Chitekwe, Nutrition Manager e-mail: schitekwe@unicef.org

$16,700,000

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


This project will build sustainable primary health care systems which include services for routine immunization as well as those for Maternal and child health, managed by state governments and working in partnership with relevant stakeholders and will seek to remove demand-side barriers to immunization (Oct 06 - Oct 11) FMOH, NPHCDA, SMOHs, Federal, Jigawa, Katsina, Yobe LGAs, Other Donor projects (EU- and Zamfara PRIME, IMM-BASICS)

PRRINN-MNCH: Partnership for Reviving Routine Immunization in Northern Nigeria in partnership with Norweigian Funded (Delegated Cooperation) Maternal Neonatal and Child Health

Carolyn Sunners (DFID) csunners@dfid.gov.uk or Solvi Taraldsen (DFID) STaraldsen@dfid.gov.uk and Dr Idris (PRRINN-MNCH) drgarbaidris@yahoo.com

44,000,000 (20 million UK DFID; 24 million Norway)

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Tuberculosis Control USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB John Snow, Abt Associates, control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe, $ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E U/CDC/WB National $2,951,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO H/LGAs/DFID National National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

JIGAWA HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Catholic Fund for Overseas Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and Development (CAFOD) Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

NORWAY
Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health programme - Delegated cooperation with UK - DFID. Delegated cooperation with DFID - and implemented in collaboration with PRRINN - Partnership to Revive Routine Immunisation in Northern Nigera. 2009 - 2014 FMOH, NPHCDA, SMOHs, LGAs, Other Donor projects Federal, Jigawa, Katsina, Yobe and Zamfara Carolyn Sunners (DFID) csunners@dfid.gov.uk or Solvi Taraldsen (DFID) STaraldsen@dfid.gov.uk and Dr Idris (PRRINN-MNCH) drgarbaidris@yahoo.com (24 million - see below)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


It is focused on strengthening Nigerian Health Systems and therefore supporting achievement of improved health outcomes. The programme uses a governance approach and aims to bring about systemic institutional reform, greater investment in health care and more effective utilisation of existing resources (both Nigerian Government internal resources as well as those external resources from other partners such as World Bank, Global Fund, GAVI etc).The health component of DFIDs support for the Lead States after PATHS and HCP. (August 08 July 2013) This project will build sustainable primary health care systems which include services for routine immunization as well as those for Maternal and child health, managed by state governments and working in partnership with relevant stakeholders and will seek to remove demand-side barriers to immunization (Oct 06 - Oct 11) FMoH, SMoHs LGAs, NGOs, FBOs, Private Sector, NPHCDA, NAFDAC, NHIS, PCN, WHO, UNICEF Federal, Kano, Kaduna, Jigawa, Enugu Lagos Jane Miller (DFID) jmiller@dfid.gov.uk and Mike Egboh (PATHS2) mike_Egboh@abtassoc.com 148,000,000

PATHS2 - Partnership for Transforming Health Systems in Nigeria

PRRINN-MNCH: Partnership for Reviving Routine Immunization in Northern Nigeria in partnership with Norweigian Funded (Delegated Cooperation) Maternal Neonatal and Child Health

FMOH, NPHCDA, SMOHs, Federal, Jigawa, Katsina, Yobe LGAs, Other Donor projects (EU- and Zamfara PRIME, IMM-BASICS)

Carolyn Sunners (DFID) csunners@dfid.gov.uk or Solvi Taraldsen (DFID) STaraldsen@dfid.gov.uk and Dr Idris (PRRINN-MNCH) drgarbaidris@yahoo.com

44,000,000 (20 million UK DFID; 24 million Norway)

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB John Snow, Abt Associates, control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International Tuberculosis Control Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe, Katsina, Niger

$ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

WORLD BANK

Polio Eradication Project

Malaria Control Booster Project

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 To ensure that the target population will have improved access to and utilization of well-defined set of Malaria Plus Package of interventions (MPP); and * To strengthen Federal and States ability to manage and oversee delivery of malaria plus interventions. Approved: 12/12/06 Closing: 03/31/12.

HIV/AIDS Program Development Project and Additional Financing

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary Primary Government Partner is National Malaria Control Program. Specific paretners include FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund CCM and Fund Recipients, NGOs, SunMap * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment and departments at Federal and services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will State level, Commercial sector be prepared later this year.

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Covers 7 States ( Jigawa, Kano, World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Bauchi, Gombe, Anambra, Akwa Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Ibom and Rivers) with a strong Federal Component.

$130,400,000

$280,000,000

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E U/CDC/WB National $2,951,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO H/LGAs/DFID National National

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services Enabling and support functions

National $657,000

KADUNA HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK


Health System Development Project (HSDP) The 5-Year project, co-financed by the Bank and the World Bank consists of 3 components Capacity Strengthening of State Ministries of Health, Support to Primary Health Care and Capacity for Federal Ministry of Health. The Bank is only supporting the second component in 12 states which has the under-listed 5 subcomponents: A) Improved Access to Primary Health Care Services B) Support to Primary Health Care Services C) Support to Health Training Facilities D) Essential Drugs Management E) Project Management (Project Ends December 2010) WB, FMoH, NPHCDA, SMoH of Participating States 12 States namely: Abia, Imo, Edo, Akwa-Ibom, Lagos, Oyo, Niger, Benue, Kaduna, Katsina, Yobe and Bauchi Gregory Osabor g.osubor@afdb.org

US $45 MILLION

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Borno, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N neonatal period as well as malaria prevention & control (RBM) and Integrated Management of Childhood Illness from 2009- MCH Partnership/GoJ 2012

National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in each of the 36 states and FCT (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health using the IMNCH strategy

National, Kaduna, Sokoto, Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi and Edo states

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org ;Dr Emmanuel Gemade Health Specialist e-mail: egemade@unicef.org) Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org Dr Emmanuel Gemade Health Specialist (Tel. No: 08034035235, e-mail: egemade@unicef.org)

$10,000,000

Malaria Control

Support malaria control activities including technical support for GFATM proposal development. Five states supported in the FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N promotion of ITNs/LLINs and home care management of malaria by care givers from 2002 -2008. A new focus 2009-2012 MCH Partnership/GoJ is on universal coverage of LLINs in Kaduna, Sokoto, Kebbi and Adamawa with 6.5 million through UNITAID.

National, Kaduna, Sokoto, Kebbi and Adamawa

$50,000,000

Immunization services including polio eradication activities

Support to polio eradication and measles control and strengthening routine immunization. Support to capacity building for emergency/ epidemic preparedness and response as well as pre-positioning of supplies to ensure rapid response to emergencies from 2009- 2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/IC National/Zonal (specific efforts on C Partnership systems capacity strengtheing for Routine Immunization will be in Sokoto, Katsina, Kaduna, Yobe, Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi, Rivers, Lagos and Oyo) FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC//SMOH/LG National/Zonal (specific states are As/NAFDAC/USAID/SON Sokoto, Kebbi, Yobe, Borno, Gombe, Kaduna, Benue, Ebonyi, Oyo and Lagos)

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org, Dr Boubacar Dieng, Health Manager EP, e-mail: bdieng@unicef.org

$90,000,000

Nutrition including micronutrients

Support for management of severe and acute malnutrition, improve food safety and food security throughout the life cycle, household and community care & child stinulation as well as micronutrient deficiency control 2009-2012

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition , e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org , Stanley Chitekwe, Nutrition Manager e-mail: schitekwe@unicef.org

$16,700,000

HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care

Support for the national HIV response with emphasis on PMTCT and Paediatric Care and Treatment, and primary prevention for adolescents and youth. Technical logistical and financial support for Federal and State (11 JUNTA states and FCT) scale up and/or Operational plans, including for GF reprogrammed funds; human and institutional capacity development; strengthening coordination mechanisms and systems; and support for effective monitoring and evaluation (including for universal access reporting, tracking). UNITAID financed diagnostics, drugs and other supplies linked to strengthened PSM systems to facilitate acceleration of PMTCT scale up.

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L GAs/USG/GFTAM/CIDA

National/Akwa Ibom, Benue, Cross River, Imo, Lagos, Ondo, Edo, Kaduna, FCT, Gombe, Adamawa, Taraba

Dr.Janet Kayita, Chief, Children & HIV/AIDS e-mail: jkayita@unicef.org

$4,000,000

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


It is focused on strengthening Nigerian Health Systems and therefore supporting achievement of improved health outcomes. The programme uses a governance approach and aims to bring about systemic institutional reform, greater PATHS2 - Partnership for Transforming investment in health care and more effective utilisation of existing resources (both Nigerian Government internal resources as well as those external resources from other partners such as World Bank, Global Fund, GAVI etc).The health Health Systems in Nigeria component of DFIDs support for the Lead States after PATHS and HCP. (August 08 July 2013) FMoH, SMoHs LGAs, NGOs, FBOs, Private Sector, NPHCDA, NAFDAC, NHIS, PCN, WHO, UNICEF Federal, Kano, Kaduna, Jigawa, Enugu Lagos Jane Miller (DFID) jmiller@dfid.gov.uk and Mike Egboh (PATHS2) mike_Egboh@abtassoc.com 148,000,000

Enhancing Nigerias Response to HIV/AIDS (ENR)

This programme will leverage systemic change that strengthens government and partners abilities to strategically prioritise, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Benue, Cross River, Kaduna, and scale up activities that deliver HIV/AIDS interventions (2009 to 2014) SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Lagos, Nasarawa, Ogun and and departments at Federal and Akwa Ibom State level, Commercial sector Michal O'Dwyer (World Bank) modwyer@worldbank.org

100,000,000

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Improved Reproductive Health In Nigeria (IRHIN IRHIN is a social marketing project for contracptives. It improves the understanding of, access to, and correct use of Society for Family Health contraceptives to reduce unintended or mistimed pregnancies 2005-2010. A follow-on social marketing project is expected to be supported by USAID after IRHIN ends. USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB John Snow, Abt Associates, control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International National and 3 clinical States (Abia, Cross River and Kaduna) Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe, $13.5m

Tuberculosis Control

$ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

WORLD BANK

Polio Eradication Project

Malaria Control Booster Project

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 To ensure that the target population will have improved access to and utilization of well-defined set of Malaria Plus Package of interventions (MPP); and * To strengthen Federal and States ability to manage and oversee delivery of malaria plus interventions. Approved: 12/12/06 Closing: 03/31/12.

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary Primary Government Partner is National Malaria Control Program. Specific paretners include FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund CCM and Fund Recipients, NGOs, SunMap NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Covers 7 States ( Jigawa, Kano, Bauchi, Gombe, Anambra, Akwa Ibom and Rivers) with a strong Federal Component. World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$280,000,000

* To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year.

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

Bauchi, Cross River, Kaduna, Lagos Primary Health Care Study (FY08)

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

UNFPA

Support to Reproductive Health Maternal health and Obstetric Fistula

Support capacity building activities (institutional and human resource development) for the delivery of quality maternal and FMOH, SMOH, LGA PHC newborn services with focus on EmOC services and supplies in 12 states + FCT). Advocacy and support for the prevention, departments, CSOs treatment and rehabilitation of obstetric fistula including development of national framework in the context of maternal health.

Programme states of Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue, Kano, Katsina and FCT; as well as States with high prevalence of obstetric fistula.

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Support to Strengthen Systems and mechanisms for implementation of syndromic management of STIs/RTIs

Works with the federal government and in 12 states + FCT to develop and implement guidelines for syndromic FMOH, SMOHs, SACAs, CSOs management of STIs/RTIs. This involves building the capacity of core group of trainers and service providers at the national and state level and facilitating the integration of STI management with ARSH and family planning.

Support Capacity building at national and states level for implementation of HIV/AIDS prevention services.

Support NACA, the Federal Ministry of Health and SACAs and SMOHS in 12 states +FCT in policy formulation, institutional FMOH SMOH SACAs, CSOs and human capacity development and in service delivery to ensure a coordinated implementation of the prevention component of the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

Improving the access of young people to gender-sensitive SRH and HIV prevention through information and services Increased availability of youth friendly sexual and RH information and services provision and networking. This involves building the capacity of implementers at the nation, state and community levels. for in and out of school youths

FMOH, SMOH, YSOs

Support to health systems strengthening

Support the development and implementation of the National Strategic Health Development Plan and Country Compact aimed at improving the Nigeria's weak health system, specifically the delivery of gender sensitive, equitable and quality maternal and newborn health services, capacity of health workforce, establishment of sustainable health financing systems/mechanism, especially community financing initiatives, health information systems and community engagement/participation.

FMOH, SMOH, MDAs, CSOs

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Benue) + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

The UN Joint Programme of Support on HIV/AIDS focuses on the UNDAF (UN development assistance framework) Priority 3: Social service delivery to invest in Nigerias human capital and contribute towards a democratic dividend that reaches the poor even as it boosts current and future potential for equitable growth. The expected outcome is in line with Policies, investments and institutional changes enable access to quality social services to achieve national development targets, including progressive realization of the MDGs (health, basic education, water and environmental sanitation and universal access to HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment and care).

NACA, NASCP/FMOH, NPC, SACAs, CSOS, NGOs, SMOHs, FMOWA and other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Development Partners and UN Cosponsors

UNAIDS COUNTRY OFFICE, ABUJA Lagos, Imo, Kaduna, Adamawa, Benue, FCT, Akwa Ibom, Edo, Ondo, Taraba and Cross River

$11,128,741.00

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/EU National /CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $10,158,000 National $941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N MCH Partnership National $5,919,000 National $4,658,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $1,340,000 National $360,000 $2,951,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) As/ Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

National $1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/DF National ID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMOH National /LGAs/DFID National National

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

KANO HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Support to Routine Immunisation in Kano (SRIK) This project will help to support Kano State to reduce the incidence of vaccine preventable diseases through the delivery of safe and quality routine immunisation services with the National Planning Commission, FMoH, Kano State MoH and a technical assistance team CONSEIL SANTE/SOFRECO as implementing partners. It is a 3 year Project which ends 2010. National Planning Commission, Kano State Ministry of Health, NPHCDA and Conseil Sante (Technical Assistance). Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) All 44 Local government Areas of Dr. Houssou Bienvenu Kano State. houssoubg@yahoo.com EUR 15,460,000

Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010

Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Borno, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Borno, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in each of the 36 states and FCT (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


It is focused on strengthening Nigerian Health Systems and therefore supporting achievement of improved health outcomes. The programme uses a governance approach and aims to bring about systemic institutional reform, greater investment in PATHS2 - Partnership for Transforming health care and more effective utilisation of existing resources (both Nigerian Government internal resources as well as those external resources from other partners such as World Bank, Global Fund, GAVI etc).The health component of DFIDs Health Systems in Nigeria support for the Lead States after PATHS and HCP. (August 08 July 2013) It will provide key capacity building support for national and sub-national level institutions; as well as expanded support for marketing and distribution of malaria control commodities National, including subsidies for target groups. (Nov 07 - Oct 12) Support to the National Malaria Programme (SUNMAP) FMoH, SMoHs LGAs, NGOs, FBOs, Private Sector, NPHCDA, NAFDAC, NHIS, PCN, WHO, UNICEF Federal, Kano, Kaduna, Jigawa, Enugu Lagos Jane Miller (DFID) jmiller@dfid.gov.uk and Mike Egboh (PATHS2) mike_Egboh@abtassoc.com Federal, Anambra, Lagos, Kano, Niger, Katsina, Ogun (additional states to be determined) 148,000,000

FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund CCM and Fund Recipients, NGOs, World Bank Malaria Booster Project

Ebere Anyachukwu (DFID) eanyachukwu@dfid.gov.uk and Caroline Vanderick (SUNMAP) c.vanderick@malariaconsortium. org

50,000,000

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
The Pre-Packaged Malaria activity will socially market an AA coformulated ACT for pediactric malaria treatment in two Distribution and social marketing of pre- states in 2009 and 2010. In prior years it introduced pre-packaging of other anti-malarials. No follow-on is planned due to packaged anti malarial treatment (PPT) the Global Fund and AMFm work in social marketing of ACTs. Population Services International/Society for Family Health $4,290,730 Kano and Cross River in 2010

DELIVER - Contraceptives

DELIVER works with the FMOH and selected states to improve the Contraceptive Logistics Information System, to provide forecasts for contraceptive security, and to assist with USAID procurements of contraceptives (along with the CCP project). ACCESS works to increase use of quality emergency obstetric and new born care services and promote the use of skilled maternal health care and voluntary family planning ACQUIRE increases access to and use of high quality fistula prevention, repair and reintegration services, and to promote the use of skilled maternal health care and voluntary family planning. 2006-2010

John Snow Inc. $1.5 million per year JHPIEGO Bauchi, Nasarawa, Kano, Sokoto Kano, Katsina & Zamfara

ACCESS

EngenderHealth

ACQUIRE

Kano,Kebbi, Katsina, Sokoto & Zamfara Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe,

Tuberculosis Control

USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB John Snow, Abt Associates, control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International

$ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

WORLD BANK

Polio Eradication Project

Malaria Control Booster Project

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 To ensure that the target population will have improved access to and utilization of well-defined set of Malaria Plus Package of interventions (MPP); and * To strengthen Federal and States ability to manage and oversee delivery of malaria plus interventions. Approved: 12/12/06 Closing: 03/31/12.

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary Primary Government Partner is National Malaria Control Program. Specific paretners include FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund CCM and Fund Recipients, NGOs, SunMap NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Covers 7 States ( Jigawa, Kano, Bauchi, Gombe, Anambra, Akwa Ibom and Rivers) with a strong Federal Component. World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$280,000,000

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

Rotary International
Providing Polio Eradication Coordinating activities in the Very High Risk States of Nigeria (2007-2009) ADMIN All PEI Kano, Jigawa, Katsina, FCT & environs. US$ 594,203

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/EU National /CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N MCH Partnership National $5,919,000 National $4,658,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $1,340,000 National $360,000 $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/DF National ID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMOH National /LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

KATSINA HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK


Health System Development Project (HSDP) The 5-Year project, co-financed by the Bank and the World Bank consists of 3 components Capacity Strengthening of WB, FMoH, NPHCDA, SMoH of State Ministries of Health, Support to Primary Health Care and Capacity for Federal Ministry of Health. The Bank is only Participating States supporting the second component in 12 states which has the under-listed 5 subcomponents: A) Improved Access to Primary Health Care Services B) Support to Primary Health Care Services C) Support to Health Training Facilities D) Essential Drugs Management E) Project Management (Project Ends December 2010) 12 States namely: Abia, Imo, Edo, Akwa-Ibom, Lagos, Oyo, Niger, Benue, Kaduna, Katsina, Yobe and Bauchi Gregory Osabor g.osubor@afdb.org

US $45 MILLION

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Catholic Fund for Overseas Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and Development (CAFOD) safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Borno, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

NORWAY
Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health programme - Delegated cooperation with UK - DFID. Delegated cooperation with DFID - and implemented in collaboration with PRRINN - Partnership to Revive Routine Immunisation in Northern Nigera. 2009 - 2014 FMOH, NPHCDA, SMOHs, LGAs, Federal, Jigawa, Katsina, Yobe Other Donor projects and Zamfara Carolyn Sunners (DFID) csunners@dfid.gov.uk or Solvi Taraldsen (DFID) STaraldsen@dfid.gov.uk and Dr Idris (PRRINN-MNCH) drgarbaidris@yahoo.com (24 million - see below)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support to polio eradication and measles control and strengthening routine immunization. Support to capacity building for emergency/ epidemic preparedness and response as well as pre-positioning of supplies to ensure rapid response to emergencies from 2009- 2012

National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in each of the 36 states and FCT (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

Immunization services including polio eradication activities

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/IC National/Zonal (specific efforts on C Partnership systems capacity strengtheing for Routine Immunization will be in Sokoto, Katsina, Kaduna, Yobe, Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi, Rivers, Lagos and Oyo)

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org, Dr Boubacar Dieng, Health Manager EP, e-mail: bdieng@unicef.org

$90,000,000

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


This project will build sustainable primary health care systems which include services for routine immunization as well as those for Maternal and child health, managed by state governments and working in partnership with relevant stakeholders and will seek to remove demand-side barriers to immunization (Oct 06 - Oct 11) FMOH, NPHCDA, SMOHs, LGAs, Federal, Jigawa, Katsina, Yobe Other Donor projects (EU-PRIME, and Zamfara IMM-BASICS)

PRRINN-MNCH: Partnership for Reviving Routine Immunization in Northern Nigeria in partnership with Norweigian Funded (Delegated Cooperation) Maternal Neonatal and Child Health

Carolyn Sunners (DFID) csunners@dfid.gov.uk or Solvi Taraldsen (DFID) STaraldsen@dfid.gov.uk and Dr Idris (PRRINN-MNCH) drgarbaidris@yahoo.com

44,000,000 (20 million UK DFID; 24 million Norway)

It will provide key capacity building support for national and sub-national level institutions; as well as expanded support for marketing and distribution of malaria control commodities National, including subsidies for target groups. (Nov 07 - Oct 12) Support to the National Malaria Programme (SUNMAP)

FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund CCM and Fund Recipients, NGOs, World Bank Malaria Booster Project

Federal, Anambra, Lagos, Kano, Niger, Katsina, Ogun (additional states to be determined)

Ebere Anyachukwu (DFID) eanyachukwu@dfid.gov.uk and Caroline Vanderick (SUNMAP) c.vanderick@malariaconsortium.o rg

50,000,000

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
ACCESS ACCESS works to increase use of quality emergency obstetric and new born care services and promote the use of skilled maternal health care and voluntary family planning ACQUIRE increases access to and use of high quality fistula prevention, repair and reintegration services, and to promote the use of skilled maternal health care and voluntary family planning. 2006-2010 JHPIEGO Kano, Katsina & Zamfara

EngenderHealth

ACQUIRE

Kano,Kebbi, Katsina, Sokoto & Zamfara Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe,

Tuberculosis Control

USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB John Snow, Abt Associates, control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International

$ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

UNFPA
Support to Reproductive Health Maternal health and Obstetric Fistula Support capacity building activities (institutional and human resource development) for the delivery of quality maternal and FMOH, SMOH, LGA PHC newborn services with focus on EmOC services and supplies in 12 states + FCT). Advocacy and support for the prevention, departments, CSOs treatment and rehabilitation of obstetric fistula including development of national framework in the context of maternal health. Programme states of Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue, Kano, Katsina and FCT; as well as States with high prevalence of obstetric fistula.

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Rotary International
Providing Polio Eradication Coordinating activities in the Very High Risk States of Nigeria (2007-2009) ADMIN All PEI Kano, Jigawa, Katsina, FCT & environs. US$ 594,203

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/EU National /CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR National $10,158,000 $2,951,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N MCH Partnership

National $5,919,000 National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG As/

National $1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/DF National accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) ID/WB/AfDB/GAVI Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMOH National /LGAs/DFID National National

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

KEBBI BHEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support for management of severe and acute malnutrition, improve food safety and food security throughout the life cycle, household and community care & child stinulation as well as micronutrient deficiency control 2009-2012 FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC//SMOH/LG National/Zonal (specific states As/NAFDAC/USAID/SON are Sokoto, Kebbi, Yobe, Borno, Gombe, Kaduna, Benue, Ebonyi, Oyo and Lagos)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

Nutrition including micronutrients

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition , e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org , Stanley Chitekwe, Nutrition Manager e-mail: schitekwe@unicef.org

$16,700,000

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
ACQUIRE ACQUIRE increases access to and use of high quality fistula prevention, repair and reintegration services, and to promote the use of skilled maternal health care and voluntary family planning. 2006-2010 EngenderHealth Kano,Kebbi, Katsina, Sokoto & Zamfara Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe, Katsina, Niger

Tuberculosis Control

USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB John Snow, Abt Associates, control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International

$ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

UNFPA
Support to Reproductive Health Maternal health and Obstetric Fistula Support capacity building activities (institutional and human resource development) for the delivery of quality maternal and FMOH, SMOH, LGA PHC newborn services with focus on EmOC services and supplies in 12 states + FCT). Advocacy and support for the prevention, departments, CSOs treatment and rehabilitation of obstetric fistula including development of national framework in the context of maternal health. Programme states of Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue, kano kastisa and FCT; as well as States with high prevalence of obstetric fistula.

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Support to Strengthen Systems and mechanisms for implementation of syndromic management of STIs/RTIs

Works with the federal government and in 12 states + FCT to develop and implement guidelines for syndromic FMOH, SMOHs, SACAs, CSOs management of STIs/RTIs. This involves building the capacity of core group of trainers and service providers at the national and state level and facilitating the integration of STI management with ARSH and family planning.

Support Capacity building at national and states level for implementation of HIV/AIDS prevention services.

Support NACA, the Federal Ministry of Health and SACAs and SMOHS in 12 states +FCT in policy formulation, institutional FMOH SMOH SACAs, CSOs and human capacity development and in service delivery to ensure a coordinated implementation of the prevention component of the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

Improving the access of young people to gender-sensitive SRH and HIV prevention through information and services Increased availability of youth friendly sexual and RH information and services provision and networking. This involves building the capacity of implementers at the nation, state and community levels. for in and out of school youths

FMOH, SMOH, YSOs

Support to health systems strengthening

Support the development and implementation of the National Strategic Health Development Plan and Country Compact aimed at improving the Nigeria's weak health system, specifically the delivery of gender sensitive, equitable and quality maternal and newborn health services, capacity of health workforce, establishment of sustainable health financing systems/mechanism, especially community financing initiatives, health information systems and community engagement/participation.

FMOH, SMOH, MDAs, CSOs

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E U/CDC/WB National $2,951,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO H/LGAs/DFID National National National

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

SOKOTO HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Borno, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N neonatal period as well as malaria prevention & control (RBM) and Integrated Management of Childhood Illness from 2009- MCH Partnership/GoJ 2012

National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in each of the 36 states and FCT (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health using the IMNCH strategy

National, Kaduna, Sokoto, Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi and Edo states

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org ;Dr Emmanuel Gemade Health Specialist e-mail: egemade@unicef.org) Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org Dr Emmanuel Gemade Health Specialist (Tel. No: 08034035235, e-mail: egemade@unicef.org)

$10,000,000

Malaria Control

Support malaria control activities including technical support for GFATM proposal development. Five states supported in the FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N promotion of ITNs/LLINs and home care management of malaria by care givers from 2002 -2008. A new focus 2009-2012 MCH Partnership/GoJ is on universal coverage of LLINs in Kaduna, Sokoto, Kebbi and Adamawa with 6.5 million through UNITAID.

National, Kaduna, Sokoto, Kebbi and Adamawa

$50,000,000

Immunization services including polio eradication activities

Support to polio eradication and measles control and strengthening routine immunization. Support to capacity building for emergency/ epidemic preparedness and response as well as pre-positioning of supplies to ensure rapid response to emergencies from 2009- 2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/IC National/Zonal (specific efforts on C Partnership systems capacity strengtheing for Routine Immunization will be in Sokoto, Katsina, Kaduna, Yobe, Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi, Rivers, Lagos and Oyo) FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC//SMOH/LG National/Zonal (specific states are As/NAFDAC/USAID/SON Sokoto, Kebbi, Yobe, Borno, Gombe, Kaduna, Benue, Ebonyi, Oyo and Lagos)

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org, Dr Boubacar Dieng, Health Manager - EP, e-mail: bdieng@unicef.org

$90,000,000

Nutrition including micronutrients

Support for management of severe and acute malnutrition, improve food safety and food security throughout the life cycle, household and community care & child stinulation as well as micronutrient deficiency control 2009-2012

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition , e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org , Stanley Chitekwe, Nutrition Manager e-mail: schitekwe@unicef.org

$16,700,000

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
DRPC NGO based in Kano contracted to provide advocacy and capacity building to political and religious leaders on reproductive health issues in selected northern states. DELIVER works with the FMOH and selected states to improve the Contraceptive Logistics Information System, to provide forecasts for contraceptive security, and to assist with USAID procurements of contraceptives (along with the CCP project). DPRC Niger, Sokoto and Zamfara $600,000 John Snow Inc. $1.5 million per year Bauchi, Nasarawa, Kano, Sokoto

DELIVER - Contraceptives

ACQUIRE

ACQUIRE increases access to and use of high quality fistula prevention, repair and reintegration services, and to promote the use of skilled maternal health care and voluntary family planning. 2006-2010 USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Targeted states high impact project (TSHIP), an integrated maternal neonatal and child health project, to focus on high impact and low cost interventions towards reduction of maternal and child death, is being rolled out in Bauchi and Sokoto states. The $90 million project awarded to JSI in August 2009 is designed to support the two states towards achieving millennium development goals 3&4 by reducing maternal and child mortality by halve by 2015. The project will build health

EngenderHealth

Kano,Kebbi, Katsina, Sokoto & Zamfara Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe, Bauchi and Sokoto states

Tuberculosis Control

KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, John Snow, Abt Associates, Family Health International JSI Inc.

$ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

TSHIP (John Snow Inc.)

$90,000,000 2009-2014

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

UNFPA
Support to Reproductive Health Maternal health and Obstetric Fistula Support capacity building activities (institutional and human resource development) for the delivery of quality maternal and FMOH, SMOH, LGA PHC newborn services with focus on EmOC services and supplies in 12 states + FCT). Advocacy and support for the prevention, departments, CSOs treatment and rehabilitation of obstetric fistula including development of national framework in the context of maternal health. Programme states of Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue, kano kastisa and FCT; as well as States with high prevalence of obstetric fistula.

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Support to Strengthen Systems and mechanisms for implementation of syndromic management of STIs/RTIs

Works with the federal government and in 12 states + FCT to develop and implement guidelines for syndromic FMOH, SMOHs, SACAs, CSOs management of STIs/RTIs. This involves building the capacity of core group of trainers and service providers at the national and state level and facilitating the integration of STI management with ARSH and family planning.

Support Capacity building at national and states level for implementation of HIV/AIDS prevention services.

Support NACA, the Federal Ministry of Health and SACAs and SMOHS in 12 states +FCT in policy formulation, institutional FMOH SMOH SACAs, CSOs and human capacity development and in service delivery to ensure a coordinated implementation of the prevention component of the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

Improving the access of young people to gender-sensitive SRH and HIV prevention through information and services Increased availability of youth friendly sexual and RH information and services provision and networking. This involves building the capacity of implementers at the nation, state and community levels. for in and out of school youths

FMOH, SMOH, YSOs

Support to health systems strengthening

Support the development and implementation of the National Strategic Health Development Plan and Country Compact aimed at improving the Nigeria's weak health system, specifically the delivery of gender sensitive, equitable and quality maternal and newborn health services, capacity of health workforce, establishment of sustainable health financing systems/mechanism, especially community financing initiatives, health information systems and community engagement/participation.

FMOH, SMOH, MDAs, CSOs

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Benue) + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/EU National /CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N MCH Partnership National $5,919,000 National $4,658,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $1,340,000 National $360,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/DF National ID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMOH National /LGAs/DFID National National $657,000 $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

ZAMFARA HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

EC DELEGATION - Health Projects


Improving Primary Health Care for Rural The project works with community health extension workers, village health workers and traditional birth attendants, to Poor Communities in Northern Nigeria strengthen participatory methodologies and approaches that promote preventive health practices (e.g. hygiene, nutrition and safe water practices) and HIV/AIDs attitudes and behaviour change (including gender roles) within rural communities. Implementing Partner - CAFOD (Catholic Fund for overseas development) - Dec. 2006 - Oct. 2010 Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Alex Gray - agray@cafod.org.uk Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, Zamfara States and the Federal Capital Territory

EUR 733,555

NORWAY
Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health programme - Delegated cooperation with UK - DFID. Delegated cooperation with DFID - and implemented in collaboration with PRRINN - Partnership to Revive Routine Immunisation in Northern Nigera. 2009 - 2014 FMOH, NPHCDA, SMOHs, LGAs, Other Donor projects Federal, Jigawa, Katsina, Yobe and Zamfara Carolyn Sunners (DFID) csunners@dfid.gov.uk or Solvi Taraldsen (DFID) STaraldsen@dfid.gov.uk and Dr Idris (PRRINN-MNCH) drgarbaidris@yahoo.com

(24 million - see below)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


This project will build sustainable primary health care systems which include services for routine immunization as well as those for Maternal and child health, managed by state governments and working in partnership with relevant stakeholders and will seek to remove demand-side barriers to immunization (Oct 06 - Oct 11) FMOH, NPHCDA, SMOHs, Federal, Jigawa, Katsina, Yobe LGAs, Other Donor projects (EU- and Zamfara PRIME, IMM-BASICS)

PRRINN-MNCH: Partnership for Reviving Routine Immunization in Northern Nigeria in partnership with Norweigian Funded (Delegated Cooperation) Maternal Neonatal and Child Health

Carolyn Sunners (DFID) csunners@dfid.gov.uk or Solvi Taraldsen (DFID) STaraldsen@dfid.gov.uk and Dr Idris (PRRINN-MNCH) drgarbaidris@yahoo.com

44,000,000 (20 million UK DFID; 24 million Norway)

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
DRPC NGO based in Kano contracted to provide advocacy and capacity building to political and religious leaders on reproductive health issues in selected northern states. ACCESS works to increase use of quality emergency obstetric and new born care services and promote the use of skilled maternal health care and voluntary family planning ACQUIRE increases access to and use of high quality fistula prevention, repair and reintegration services, and to promote the use of skilled maternal health care and voluntary family planning. 2006-2010 DPRC Niger, Sokoto and Zamfara $600,000 JHPIEGO Kano, Katsina & Zamfara

ACCESS

EngenderHealth

ACQUIRE

Kano,Kebbi, Katsina, Sokoto & Zamfara Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe,

Tuberculosis Control

USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation, in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB John Snow, Abt Associates, control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International

$ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E National U/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO National H/LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

ABIA HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK


Health System Development Project (HSDP) The 5-Year project, co-financed by the Bank and the World Bank consists of 3 components Capacity Strengthening of State Ministries of Health, Support to Primary Health Care and Capacity for Federal Ministry of Health. The Bank is only supporting the second component in 12 states which has the under-listed 5 subcomponents: A) Improved Access to Primary Health Care Services B) Support to Primary Health Care Services C) Support to Health Training Facilities D) Essential Drugs Management E) Project Management (Project Ends December 2010) WB, FMoH, NPHCDA, SMoH of Participating States 12 States namely: Abia, Imo, Edo, Akwa-Ibom, Lagos, Oyo, Niger, Benue, Kaduna, Katsina, Yobe and Bauchi Gregory Osabor g.osubor@afdb.org

US $45 MILLION

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Improved Reproductive Health In Nigeria (IRHIN IRHIN is a social marketing project for contracptives. It improves the understanding of, access to, and correct use of contraceptives to reduce unintended or mistimed pregnancies 2005-2010. A follow-on social marketing project is expected to be supported by USAID after IRHIN ends. Society for Family Health National and 3 clinical States (Abia, Cross River and Kaduna) $13.5m

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Covers the whole country Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, Covers all 36 States NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

UNFPA
Support to Reproductive Health Maternal health and Obstetric Fistula Support capacity building activities (institutional and human resource development) for the delivery of quality maternal and FMOH, SMOH, LGA PHC newborn services with focus on EmOC services and supplies in 12 states + FCT). Advocacy and support for the prevention, departments, CSOs treatment and rehabilitation of obstetric fistula including development of national framework in the context of maternal health. Programme states of Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue, kano kastisa and FCT; as well as States with high prevalence of obstetric fistula.

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Support to Strengthen Systems and mechanisms for implementation of syndromic management of STIs/RTIs

Works with the federal government and in 12 states + FCT to develop and implement guidelines for syndromic FMOH, SMOHs, SACAs, CSOs management of STIs/RTIs. This involves building the capacity of core group of trainers and service providers at the national and state level and facilitating the integration of STI management with ARSH and family planning.

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Support Capacity building at national and states level for implementation of HIV/AIDS prevention services.

Support NACA, the Federal Ministry of Health and SACAs and SMOHS in 12 states +FCT in policy formulation, institutional FMOH SMOH SACAs, CSOs and human capacity development and in service delivery to ensure a coordinated implementation of the prevention component of the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

Improving the access of young people to gender-sensitive SRH and HIV prevention through information and services Increased availability of youth friendly sexual and RH information and services provision and networking. This involves building the capacity of implementers at the nation, state and community levels. for in and out of school youths

FMOH, SMOH, YSOs

Support to health systems strengthening

Support the development and implementation of the National Strategic Health Development Plan and Country Compact aimed at improving the Nigeria's weak health system, specifically the delivery of gender sensitive, equitable and quality maternal and newborn health services, capacity of health workforce, establishment of sustainable health financing systems/mechanism, especially community financing initiatives, health information systems and community engagement/participation.

FMOH, SMOH, MDAs, CSOs

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E National U/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO National H/LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

ANAMBRA HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

Government of Japan / Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)


Impact Evaluation of the Training of Community Directed Distributors and Patent Medicine Vendors for the Prevention and Treatment of Malaria in Anambla State (grant aid) This evaluation will study Community-Directed Internventions and Public Private Partnerships as mechanisums to reduce both demand and supply-side impediments to access and appropriate use of LLINs and ACTs. It targets the Community Systems Strengthening component of World Bank's Malaria Control Booster Project. (2010-2012) World Bank, FMOH Anambra Masako Yamamoto, Embassy of Japan masako.yamamoto2@mofa.go.jp 1,641,036 USD for 2 years

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and MCH Partnership/GoJ by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in each of the 36 states and FCT (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


It will provide key capacity building support for national and sub-national level institutions; as well as expanded support for marketing and distribution of malaria control commodities National, including subsidies for target groups. (Nov 07 - Oct 12) Support to the National Malaria Programme (SUNMAP) FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund CCM and Fund Recipients, NGOs, World Bank Malaria Booster Project Federal, Anambra, Lagos, Kano, Niger, Katsina, Ogun (additional states to be determined)

Ebere Anyachukwu (DFID) eanyachukwu@dfid.gov.uk and Caroline Vanderick (SUNMAP) c.vanderick@malariaconsortium.o rg

50,000,000

WORLD BANK

Polio Eradication Project

Malaria Control Booster Project

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 To ensure that the target population will have improved access to and utilization of well-defined set of Malaria Plus Package of interventions (MPP); and * To strengthen Federal and States ability to manage and oversee delivery of malaria plus interventions. Approved: 12/12/06 Closing: 03/31/12.

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary Primary Government Partner is National Malaria Control Program. Specific paretners include FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund CCM and Fund Recipients, NGOs, SunMap NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Covers 7 States ( Jigawa, Kano, Bauchi, Gombe, Anambra, Akwa Ibom and Rivers) with a strong Federal Component. World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$280,000,000

* To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment HIV/AIDS Program Development Project services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will and Additional Financing be prepared later this year.

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/EU National /CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $10,158,000 National $941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N MCH Partnership National $5,919,000 National $4,658,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $1,340,000 National $360,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG As/ National $1,055,000 $2,951,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

Nutrition and Food Safety

FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/DF National ID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMOH National /LGAs/DFID National National

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

EBONYI HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

Government of Japan / Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)


In-Country Training on HIV Counseling and Testing in TB DOTS sites and labs (technical cooperation) Trainings for 150 general health workers and laboratory staff from Ebonyi, Benue and Osun States on HIV counseling and testing in TB DOTS centres and microscopy laboratories. (2008-2010) NASCP Ebonyi, Osun Miho Wada, JICA wada.miho@jica.go.jp 6.6 million Yen (in 2010)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health using the IMNCH strategy

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period as well as malaria prevention & control (RBM) and Integrated Management of Childhood Illness from 2009- 2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in MCH Partnership/GoJ each of the 36 states and FCT (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National, Kaduna, Sokoto, Gombe, MCH Partnership/GoJ Adamawa, Ebonyi and Edo states

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org ;Dr Emmanuel Gemade Health Specialist e-mail: egemade@unicef.org) Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org, Dr Boubacar Dieng, Health Manager EP, e-mail: bdieng@unicef.org

$10,000,000

Immunization services including polio eradication activities

Support to polio eradication and measles control and strengthening routine immunization. Support to capacity building for emergency/ epidemic preparedness and response as well as pre-positioning of supplies to ensure rapid response to emergencies from 2009- 2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/IC National/Zonal (specific efforts on C Partnership systems capacity strengtheing for Routine Immunization will be in Sokoto, Katsina, Kaduna, Yobe, Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi, Rivers, Lagos and Oyo) FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC//SMOH/L GAs/NAFDAC/USAID/SON National/Zonal (specific states are Sokoto, Kebbi, Yobe, Borno, Gombe, Kaduna, Benue, Ebonyi, Oyo and Lagos)

$90,000,000

Nutrition including micronutrients

Support for management of severe and acute malnutrition, improve food safety and food security throughout the life cycle, household and community care & child stinulation as well as micronutrient deficiency control 2009-2012

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition , e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org , Stanley Chitekwe, Nutrition Manager e-mail: schitekwe@unicef.org

$16,700,000

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi* To assist Nigeria sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS Program Development Project HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 and Additional Financing Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with NGOs, FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, Rotary SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

UNFPA
Support to Reproductive Health Maternal health and Obstetric Fistula Support capacity building activities (institutional and human resource development) for the delivery of quality FMOH, SMOH, LGA PHC maternal and newborn services with focus on EmOC services and supplies in 12 states + FCT). Advocacy and departments, CSOs support for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of obstetric fistula including development of national framework in the context of maternal health. Programme states of Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue, kano kastisa and FCT; as well as States with high prevalence of obstetric fistula.

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Support to Strengthen Systems and mechanisms for implementation of syndromic management of STIs/RTIs

Works with the federal government and in 12 states + FCT to develop and implement guidelines for syndromic FMOH, SMOHs, SACAs, CSOs management of STIs/RTIs. This involves building the capacity of core group of trainers and service providers at the national and state level and facilitating the integration of STI management with ARSH and family planning.

Support Capacity building at national and states level for implementation of HIV/AIDS prevention services.

Support NACA, the Federal Ministry of Health and SACAs and SMOHS in 12 states +FCT in policy FMOH SMOH SACAs, CSOs formulation, institutional and human capacity development and in service delivery to ensure a coordinated implementation of the prevention component of the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

FMOH, SMOH, YSOs Increased availability of youth friendly Improving the access of young people to gender-sensitive SRH and HIV prevention through information and sexual and RH information and services services provision and networking. This involves building the capacity of implementers at the nation, state and community levels. for in and out of school youths

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) + Agathe Lawson (UNFPA FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) + Agathe Lawson (UNFPA FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) Agathe Lawson (UNFPA +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) +FCT

Support to health systems strengthening

Support the development and implementation of the National Strategic Health Development Plan and Country Compact aimed at improving the Nigeria's weak health system, specifically the delivery of gender sensitive, equitable and quality maternal and newborn health services, capacity of health workforce, establishment of sustainable health financing systems/mechanism, especially community financing initiatives, health information systems and community engagement/participation.

FMOH, SMOH, MDAs, CSOs

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/E National U/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/L National GAs/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $941,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/N National MCH Partnership $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011)

$5,919,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $4,658,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/

National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011)

Health and Environment

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LG National As/

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LG National As/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/D National FID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMO National H/LGAs/DFID National National

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

ENUGU HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/L GAs/NMCH Partnership/GoJ

National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in each of the 36 states and FCT (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


It is focused on strengthening Nigerian Health Systems and therefore supporting achievement of improved health outcomes. The programme uses a governance approach and aims to bring about systemic institutional reform, PATHS2 - Partnership for Transforming greater investment in health care and more effective utilisation of existing resources (both Nigerian Government internal resources as well as those external resources from other partners such as World Bank, Global Fund, GAVI Health Systems in Nigeria etc).The health component of DFIDs support for the Lead States after PATHS and HCP. (August 08 July 2013) FMoH, SMoHs LGAs, NGOs, FBOs, Private Sector, NPHCDA, NAFDAC, NHIS, PCN, WHO, UNICEF Federal, Kano, Kaduna, Jigawa, Enugu Lagos Jane Miller (DFID) jmiller@dfid.gov.uk and Mike Egboh (PATHS2) mike_Egboh@abtassoc.com 148,000,000

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi* To assist Nigeria sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS Program Development Project prevention, care and treatment services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed and Additional Financing 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/L GAs/EU/CDC/WB National $2,951,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/S National MOH/LGAs/GFTAM/USG/ PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/L GAs/ National

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/L GAs/NMCH Partnership

National $5,919,000 National $4,658,000 National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/L and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) GAs/ Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/L GAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/L GAs/

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/M National so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) oE/LGAs/ Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SM OH/LGAs/ National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/L National GAs/DFID/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/ National SMOH/LGAs/DFID National National

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

IMO HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING PROGRAMME LOCATION AGENCIES/PARTNERS

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK


Health System Development Project (HSDP) The 5-Year project, co-financed by the Bank and the World Bank consists of 3 components Capacity Strengthening of State Ministries of Health, Support to Primary Health Care and Capacity for Federal Ministry of Health. The Bank is only supporting the second component in 12 states which has the underlisted 5 subcomponents: A) Improved Access to Primary Health Care Services B) Support to Primary Health Care Services C) Support to Health Training Facilities D) Essential Drugs Management E) Project Management (Project Ends December 2010) WB, FMoH, NPHCDA, SMoH of Participating States 12 States namely: Abia, Imo, Edo, Akwa-Ibom, Lagos, Oyo, Niger, Benue, Kaduna, Katsina, Yobe and Bauchi Gregory Osabor g.osubor@afdb.org

US $45 MILLION

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in used systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck LGAs/NMCH each of the 36 states and FCT analysis and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported Partnership/GoJ (giving a total of 111 LGAs) and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

WORLD BANK

Polio Eradication Project

Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Project

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and To reduce the risk utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010.

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers the whole country Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

UNFPA
Support to Strengthen Systems and mechanisms for Works with the federal government and in 12 states + FCT to develop and implement guidelines for FMOH, SMOHs, SACAs, syndromic management of STIs/RTIs. This involves building the capacity of core group of trainers and CSOs implementation of syndromic management of service providers at the national and state level and facilitating the integration of STI management with STIs/RTIs ARSH and family planning. National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Support Capacity building at national and states level for implementation of HIV/AIDS prevention services.

Support NACA, the Federal Ministry of Health and SACAs and SMOHS in 12 states +FCT in policy FMOH SMOH SACAs, formulation, institutional and human capacity development and in service delivery to ensure a CSOs coordinated implementation of the prevention component of the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

Increased availability of youth friendly sexual and RH Improving the access of young people to gender-sensitive SRH and HIV prevention through information FMOH, SMOH, YSOs and services provision and networking. This involves building the capacity of implementers at the nation, information and services for in and out of school state and community levels. youths

Support to health systems strengthening

Support the development and implementation of the National Strategic Health Development Plan and Country Compact aimed at improving the Nigeria's weak health system, specifically the delivery of gender sensitive, equitable and quality maternal and newborn health services, capacity of health workforce, establishment of sustainable health financing systems/mechanism, especially community financing initiatives, health information systems and community engagement/participation.

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org FMOH, SMOH, MDAs, CSOs

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Communicable Disease Prevention and Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/EU/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National SMOH/LGAs/GFTAM/U SG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/NMCH Partnership

$5,919,000

Emergency Preparedness and Response

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/

$4,658,000

Risk factors for health

$1,340,000

Social and economic determinants of health

Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right LGAs/ based approach. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National MoE/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/S National MOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/DFID/WB/AfDB/G AVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDA National C/SMOH/LGAs/DFID National National

$360,000

Health and Environment

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

AKWA IBOM HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010
PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING PROGRAMME LOCATION AGENCIES/PARTNERS

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (crossreference with initiative duration)

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK


Health System Development Project (HSDP) The 5-Year project, co-financed by the Bank and the World Bank consists of 3 components Capacity Strengthening of WB, FMoH, NPHCDA, State Ministries of Health, Support to Primary Health Care and Capacity for Federal Ministry of Health. The Bank is only SMoH of Participating supporting the second component in 12 states which has the under-listed 5 subcomponents: A) Improved Access to Primary States Health Care Services B) Support to Primary Health Care Services C) Support to Health Training Facilities D) Essential Drugs Management E) Project Management (Project Ends December 2010) 12 States namely: Abia, Imo, Edo, Akwa-Ibom, Lagos, Oyo, Niger, Benue, Kaduna, Katsina, Yobe and Bauchi Gregory Osabor g.osubor@afdb.org

US $45 MILLION

UNICEF (2009-2012)
Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD) The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and LGAs/NMCH each of the 36 states and FCT by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Partnership/GoJ (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support for the national HIV response with emphasis on PMTCT and Paediatric Care and Treatment, and primary prevention FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National/Akwa Ibom, Benue, Cross for adolescents and youth. Technical logistical and financial support for Federal and State (11 JUNTA states and FCT) scale SMOH/LGAs/USG/GFTA River, Imo, Lagos, Ondo, Edo, up and/or Operational plans, including for GF reprogrammed funds; human and institutional capacity development; M/CIDA Kaduna, FCT, Gombe, Adamawa, strengthening coordination mechanisms and systems; and support for effective monitoring and evaluation (including for Taraba universal access reporting, tracking). UNITAID financed diagnostics, drugs and other supplies linked to strengthened PSM systems to facilitate acceleration of PMTCT scale up. Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care

Dr.Janet Kayita, Chief, Children & HIV/AIDS e-mail: jkayita@unicef.org $4,000,000

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


This programme will leverage systemic change that strengthens government and partners abilities to strategically prioritise, and scale up activities that deliver HIV/AIDS interventions (2009 to 2014) Enhancing Nigerias Response to HIV/AIDS (ENR) NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector Benue, Cross River, Kaduna, Lagos, Nasarawa, Ogun and Akwa Ibom Michal O'Dwyer (World Bank) modwyer@worldbank.org

100,000,000

WORLD BANK

Polio Eradication Project

Malaria Control Booster Project

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 To ensure that the target population will have improved access to and utilization of well-defined set of Malaria Plus Package of interventions (MPP); and * To strengthen Federal and States ability to manage and oversee delivery of malaria plus interventions. Approved: 12/12/06 Closing: 03/31/12.

HIV/AIDS Program Development Project and Additional Financing

* To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year.

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. Primary Government Partner is National Malaria Control Program. Specific paretners include FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Covers 7 States ( Jigawa, Kano, Bauchi, Gombe, Anambra, Akwa Ibom and Rivers) with a strong Federal Component. World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$280,000,000

Initially covered 18 States: Akwa Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu,

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

UNFPA
Support to Reproductive Health Maternal health and Obstetric Fistula Support capacity building activities (institutional and human resource development) for the delivery of quality maternal and FMOH, SMOH, LGA newborn services with focus on EmOC services and supplies in 12 states + FCT). Advocacy and support for the prevention, PHC departments, treatment and rehabilitation of obstetric fistula including development of national framework in the context of maternal health. CSOs Programme states of Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue, kano kastisa and FCT; as well as States with high prevalence of obstetric fistula.

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Works with the federal government and in 12 states + FCT to develop and implement guidelines for syndromic management FMOH, SMOHs, SACAs, National level and 12 programme of STIs/RTIs. This involves building the capacity of core group of trainers and service providers at the national and state CSOs States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, level and facilitating the integration of STI management with ARSH and family planning. Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) Agathe Lawson (UNFPA + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org Support NACA, the Federal Ministry of Health and SACAs and SMOHS in 12 states +FCT in policy formulation, institutional FMOH SMOH SACAs, National level and 12 programme Support Capacity building at national and human capacity development and in service delivery to ensure a coordinated implementation of the prevention CSOs States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, and states level for implementation of component of the national HIV/AIDS strategy. Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, HIV/AIDS prevention services. Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) Agathe Lawson (UNFPA + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org Improving the access of young people to gender-sensitive SRH and HIV prevention through information and services FMOH, SMOH, YSOs National level and 12 programme Increased availability of youth friendly States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, sexual and RH information and services provision and networking. This involves building the capacity of implementers at the nation, state and community levels. Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, for in and out of school youths Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) Agathe Lawson (UNFPA +FCT Representative to Nigeria) Support to Strengthen Systems and mechanisms for implementation of syndromic management of STIs/RTIs Support the development and implementation of the National Strategic Health Development Plan and Country Compact aimed at improving the Nigeria's weak health system, specifically the delivery of gender sensitive, equitable and quality maternal and newborn health services, capacity of health workforce, establishment of sustainable health financing systems/mechanism, especially community financing initiatives, health information systems and community Support to health systems strengthening engagement/participation. THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012 NACA, NASCP/FMOH, The UN Joint Programme of Support on HIV/AIDS focuses on the UNDAF (UN development assistance framework) Priority NPC, SACAs, CSOS, 3: Social service delivery to invest in Nigerias human capital and contribute towards a democratic dividend that reaches the NGOs, SMOHs, poor even as it boosts current and future potential for equitable growth. FMOWA and other relevant Ministries and The expected outcome is in line with Policies, investments and institutional changes enable access to quality social departments at Federal services to achieve national development targets, including progressive realization of the MDGs (health, basic education, and State level, water and environmental sanitation and universal access to HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment and care). Development Partners and UN Cosponsors lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) +FCT lawson@unfpa.org FMOH, SMOH, MDAs, CSOs

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

UNAIDS COUNTRY OFFICE, ABUJA Lagos, Imo, Kaduna, Adamawa, Benue, FCT, Akwa Ibom, Edo, Ondo, Taraba and Cross River

$11,128,741.00

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/EU/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National SMOH/LGAs/GFTAM/US G/PEPFAR $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/

$941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/NMCH Partnership

$5,919,000

Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and Emergency Preparedness and Response economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/

$4,658,000

Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

$1,340,000

$360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National MoE/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/S National MOH/LGAs/ National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) LGAs/DFID/WB/AfDB/G AVI Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDA C/SMOH/LGAs/DFID Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

$11,085,000 National National National $657,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

BAYELSA HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING PROGRAMME LOCATION Contact detail AGENCIES/PARTNERS TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (crossreference with initiative duration)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs/NMCH LGAs in each of the 36 Partnership/GoJ states and FCT (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org $5,000,000

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its * To assist Nigeria multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation HIV/AIDS Program Development Project for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services at the Federal, State and Local and Additional Financing Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Akwa Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Kaduna, Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to NACA, SACAs, NGOs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. FMOHs, SMOHs, Other Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness relevant Ministries and expected mid 2010. departments at Federal Project and State level, Commercial sector Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project Partenrs include FMOH Covers all 36 States and FMOA. World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

$ 50 million

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/EU/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National SMOH/LGAs/GFTAM/U SG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/NMCH Partnership FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/

$5,919,000

$4,658,000

$1,340,000

$360,000

Health and Environment

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National MoE/LGAs/

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/S National public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) MOH/LGAs/ Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/DFID/WB/AfDB/G AVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFD National AC/SMOH/LGAs/DFID National National

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

CROSS RIVER HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010
PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING PROGRAMME LOCATION AGENCIES/PARTNERS

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (crossreference with initiative duration)

CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CIDA)

School/College of Health Technology & PHC Project

The Project is supporting the development of well-trained, gender-sensitive PHC personnel to work in PHC BAUCHI; CROSS facilities/practicum sites in Bauchi and Cross River states through the technical and physical upgrading of the RIVER STATE; SHT/CHT and health facilities at its practicum sites and community-based initiatives to strengthen PHC NPHCDA program delivery. DATES: 2006 - 2011

Bauchi & Cross River States

$19,648,000 Head of Cooperation/CIDA. Tel: 094612900. Email: julia.bracken@international.gc.ca Bauchi & Cross River States Head of Cooperation/CIDA. Tel: 094612900. Email: julia.bracken@international.gc.ca CIDA $19,135,765.01 & IDRC $1 million

Nigeria Evidence-based Health Systems The Project is strengthening evidence-based primary health care systems in Bauchi and Cross River states through data collection, analysis and its use to inform decision-making in planning and budgeting in the Initiative (NEHSI) health sector. The Project is also strenghtening the capacity of the FMOH Monitoring & Evaluation Unit and Library. DATES: 2008 - 2014

BAUCHI; CROSS RIVER STATE; FMOH

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care

WASH: National Onchocerciasis Control Programme

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support for the national HIV response with emphasis on PMTCT and Paediatric Care and Treatment, and primary prevention for adolescents and youth. Technical logistical and financial support for Federal and State (11 JUNTA states and FCT) scale up and/or Operational plans, including for GF reprogrammed funds; human and institutional capacity development; strengthening coordination mechanisms and systems; and support for effective monitoring and evaluation (including for universal access reporting, tracking). UNITAID financed diagnostics, drugs and other supplies linked to strengthened PSM systems to facilitate acceleration of PMTCT scale up. Support establishment of systems for effective delivery and use of mectizan in endemic communities of 10 states for Onchocerciasis (river blindness) control . UNICEF supports also involve clearing and distribution of mectizan to all NGDOs implementing Onchocerciasis Control Programme in the country.(2004-2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in LGAs/NMCH each of the 36 states and FCT Partnership/GoJ (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National/Akwa Ibom, Benue, Cross SMOH/LGAs/USG/GFT River, Imo, Lagos, Ondo, Edo, AM/CIDA Kaduna, FCT, Gombe, Adamawa, Taraba

Dr.Janet Kayita, Chief, Children & HIV/AIDS e-mail: jkayita@unicef.org $4,000,000

FMOH/NOCP/SOCT/LO National/Zonal/ Cross River, Benue, CT/ NGDOs/ United Oyo, Ogun, Osun, Ondo, Ekiti, States Fund for Niger, Bauchi, Gombe UNICEF/WHO Dr.V.Alkari $1,066,666.00

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


This programme will leverage systemic change that strengthens government and partners abilities to strategically prioritise, and scale up activities that deliver HIV/AIDS interventions (2009 to 2014) Enhancing Nigerias Response to HIV/AIDS (ENR) NACA, SACAs, NGOs, Benue, Cross River, Kaduna, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other Lagos, Nasarawa, Ogun and Akwa relevant Ministries and Ibom departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

100,000,000 Michal O'Dwyer (World Bank) modwyer@worldbank.org

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
IRHIN is a social marketing project for contracptives. It improves the understanding of, access to, and Improved Reproductive Health In Nigeria correct use of contraceptives to reduce unintended or mistimed pregnancies 2005-2010. A follow-on social (IRHIN marketing project is expected to be supported by USAID after IRHIN ends. Society for Family Health National and 3 clinical States (Abia, Cross River and Kaduna) $13.5m

RH/HIV Integration

The project integrates family planning services into HIV prevention, care and treatment services for the general population including the uniformed services, five-year (2004-2009)

Family Health International Lagos, FCT & Cross River Population Services International/Society for Family Health International Federation of the Red Cross Cross River State

$1m

The Pre-Packaged Malaria activity will socially market an AA coformulated ACT for pediactric malaria Distribution and social marketing of pre- treatment in two states in 2009 and 2010. In prior years it introduced pre-packaging of other anti-malarials. packaged anti malarial treatment (PPT) No follow-on is planned due to the Global Fund and AMFm work in social marketing of ACTs. IFRC Malaria USAID supports the International Federation of the Red Cross with a mop-up campaign for treated bednets in Cross River state in 2010.

$4,290,730 Kano and Cross River in 2010 $1.1 million in 2010

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi* To assist Nigeria sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS Program Development Project HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 and Additional Financing Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

Bauchi, Cross River, Kaduna, Lagos Primary Health Care Study (FY08)

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012 The UN Joint Programme of Support on HIV/AIDS focuses on the UNDAF (UN development assistance NACA, NASCP/FMOH, framework) Priority 3: Social service delivery to invest in Nigerias human capital and contribute towards a NPC, SACAs, CSOS, democratic dividend that reaches the poor even as it boosts current and future potential for equitable growth. NGOs, SMOHs, FMOWA and other The expected outcome is in line with Policies, investments and institutional changes enable access to relevant Ministries and quality social services to achieve national development targets, including progressive realization of the departments at Federal MDGs (health, basic education, water and environmental sanitation and universal access to HIV and AIDS and State level, prevention, treatment and care). Development Partners and UN Cosponsors

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

UNAIDS COUNTRY OFFICE, ABUJA Lagos, Imo, Kaduna, Adamawa, Benue, FCT, Akwa Ibom, Edo, Ondo, Taraba and Cross River

$11,128,741.00

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/EU/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National SMOH/LGAs/GFTAM/U SG/PEPFAR $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) LGAs/

$941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/NMCH Partnership

$5,919,000

Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ Emergency Preparedness and Response social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) LGAs/ Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/

$4,658,000

Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

$1,340,000

$360,000

Health and Environment

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National MoE/LGAs/

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/S National health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) MOH/LGAs/ Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/DFID/WB/AfDB/G AVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDA National C/SMOH/LGAs/DFID National National

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

DELTA HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING PROGRAMME LOCATION AGENCIES/PARTNERS

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (crossreference with initiative duration)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

WORLD BANK

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis LGAs/NMCH each of the 36 states and FCT and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were Partnership/GoJ (giving a total of 111 LGAs) implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain Primary Government this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Partner is National Approved: 04/29/03 Primary Health Care Closing: 10/30/07 to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi- Development Agency. * To assist Nigeria NACA, SACAs, NGOs, sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes FMOHs, SMOHs, Other the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling relevant Ministries and HIV/AIDS Program Development Project up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: departments at Federal and Additional Financing 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year. and State level, Commercial sector Polio Eradication Project

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/EU/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National SMOH/LGAs/GFTAM/U SG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/NMCH Partnership

$5,919,000

Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise Emergency Preparedness and Response their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/

$4,658,000

Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

$1,340,000

$360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) MoE/LGAs/ Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/S National MOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/DFID/WB/AfDB/G AVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDA National C/SMOH/LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

EDO HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING PROGRAMME LOCATION AGENCIES/PARTNERS

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (crossreference with initiative duration)

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK


Health System Development Project (HSDP) The 5-Year project, co-financed by the Bank and the World Bank consists of 3 components Capacity Strengthening of State Ministries of Health, Support to Primary Health Care and Capacity for Federal Ministry of Health. The Bank is only supporting the second component in 12 states which has the under-listed 5 subcomponents: A) Improved Access to Primary Health Care Services B) Support to Primary Health Care Services C) Support to Health Training Facilities D) Essential Drugs Management E) Project Management (Project Ends December 2010) WB, FMoH, NPHCDA, SMoH of Participating States 12 States namely: Abia, Imo, Edo, Akwa-Ibom, Lagos, Oyo, Niger, Benue, Kaduna, Katsina, Yobe and Bauchi US $45 MILLION

Gregory Osabor g.osubor@afdb.org

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in each of the 36 /LGAs/NMCH states and FCT (giving a total of 111 LGAs) Partnership/GoJ

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org $5,000,000

Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health using the IMNCH strategy

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH National, Kaduna, Sokoto, Gombe, Adamawa, neonatal period as well as malaria prevention & control (RBM) and Integrated Management of Childhood Illness from 2009- /LGAs/NMCH Ebonyi and Edo states 2012 Partnership/GoJ

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org ;Dr Emmanuel Gemade Health Specialist e-mail: egemade@unicef.org) $10,000,000

HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care

Support for the national HIV response with emphasis on PMTCT and Paediatric Care and Treatment, and primary prevention for adolescents and youth. Technical logistical and financial support for Federal and State (11 JUNTA states and FCT) scale up and/or Operational plans, including for GF reprogrammed funds; human and institutional capacity development; strengthening coordination mechanisms and systems; and support for effective monitoring and evaluation (including for universal access reporting, tracking). UNITAID financed diagnostics, drugs and other supplies linked to strengthened PSM systems to facilitate acceleration of PMTCT scale up.

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National/Akwa Ibom, Benue, Cross River, Imo, SMOH/LGAs/USG/GFT Lagos, Ondo, Edo, Kaduna, FCT, Gombe, AM/CIDA Adamawa, Taraba

Dr.Janet Kayita, Chief, Children & HIV/AIDS e-mail: jkayita@unicef.org $4,000,000

WORLD BANK

Polio Eradication Project

HIV/AIDS Program Development Project and Additional Financing

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year.

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $130,400,000 Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa Ibom, Benue, World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Ebonyi, Kaduna, Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, Bauchi, Gombe, Yobe, Jigawa, Rivers and Federal; restructured to cover all states in 2005 Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Project

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010.

NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH Covers all 36 States and FMOA.

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$ 50 million

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012 NACA, NASCP/FMOH, NPC, SACAs, CSOS, NGOs, SMOHs, FMOWA and other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Development Partners and UN Cosponsors

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

The UN Joint Programme of Support on HIV/AIDS focuses on the UNDAF (UN development assistance framework) Priority 3: Social service delivery to invest in Nigerias human capital and contribute towards a democratic dividend that reaches the poor even as it boosts current and future potential for equitable growth. The expected outcome is in line with Policies, investments and institutional changes enable access to quality social services to achieve national development targets, including progressive realization of the MDGs (health, basic education, water and environmental sanitation and universal access to HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment and care).

UNAIDS COUNTRY OFFICE, ABUJA

Lagos, Imo, Kaduna, Adamawa, Benue, FCT, Akwa Ibom, Edo, Ondo, Taraba and Cross River

$11,128,741.00

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH National /LGAs/EU/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National SMOH/LGAs/GFTAM/U SG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH National /LGAs/ $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH National neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy /LGAs/NMCH aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Partnership Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH National /LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH National /LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH National /LGAs/

$5,919,000

$4,658,000

$1,340,000

$360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH National /MoE/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/S National MOH/LGAs/

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH National /LGAs/DFID/WB/AfDB/ GAVI Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFD National AC/SMOH/LGAs/DFID Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved National collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and National administrative support services

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

RIVERS HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNE RS PROGRAMME LOCATION

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

Immunization services including polio eradication activities

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4to polio eradication and measles control and strengthening routine immunization. Support and 5. 2009-2012 Support to capacity building for emergency/ epidemic preparedness and response as well as pre-positioning of supplies to ensure rapid response to emergencies from 2009- 2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMO National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in H/LGAs/NMCH each of the 36 states and FCT Partnership/GoJ (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMO National/Zonal (specific efforts H/LGAs/ICC on systems capacity strengtheing Partnership for Routine Immunization will be in Sokoto, Katsina, Kaduna, Yobe, Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi, Rivers, Lagos and Oyo)

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org, Dr Boubacar Dieng, Health Manager - EP, e-mail: bdieng@unicef.org

$90,000,000

WORLD BANK

Polio Eradication Project

Malaria Control Booster Project

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 target population will have improved access to and utilization of wellTo ensure that the defined set of Malaria Plus Package of interventions (MPP); and * To strengthen Federal and States ability to manage and oversee delivery of malaria plus interventions. Approved: 12/12/06 Closing: 03/31/12.

* To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large HIV/AIDS Program Development Project scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and and Additional Financing treatment services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year.

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. Primary Government Partner is National Malaria Control Program. Specific paretners include FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Covers 7 States ( Jigawa, Kano, World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Bauchi, Gombe, Anambra, Akwa Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Ibom and Rivers) with a strong Federal Component.

$130,400,000

$280,000,000

Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $112,582,570 Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, $50 million Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Additional Financing Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, approved 2007 Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA. Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMO National and 2011) H/LGAs/EU/CDC/WB Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/NAC National A/SMOH/LGAs/GFTA M/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMO National H/LGAs/ $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMO National H/LGAs/NMCH Partnership FMOH/NPHCDA/SMO National H/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMO National H/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMO National H/LGAs/

$5,919,000

$4,658,000

$1,340,000

$360,000

Health and Environment

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMO National H/MoE/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/ National SMOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMO National H/LGAs/DFID/WB/AfD B/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAF National DAC/SMOH/LGAs/DFI D National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening

$11,085,000

Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

EKITI HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING PROGRAMME LOCATION AGENCIES/PARTNERS

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (crossreference with initiative duration)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

WASH: National Onchocerciasis Control Programme

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support establishment of systems for effective delivery and use of mectizan in endemic communities of 10 states for Onchocerciasis (river blindness) control . UNICEF supports also involve clearing and distribution of mectizan to all NGDOs implementing Onchocerciasis Control Programme in the country.(2004-2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in LGAs/NMCH each of the 36 states and FCT Partnership/GoJ (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

FMOH/NOCP/SOCT/LO National/Zonal/ Cross River, CT/ NGDOs/ United Benue, Oyo, Ogun, Osun, Ondo, States Fund for Ekiti, Niger, Bauchi, Gombe UNICEF/WHO

Dr.V.Alkari

$1,066,666.00

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its * To assist Nigeria multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation HIV/AIDS Program Development Project for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services at the Federal, State and Local and Additional Financing Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH Covers all 36 States and FMOA.

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/EU/CDC/WB Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National SMOH/LGAs/GFTAM/U SG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/NMCH Partnership

$5,919,000

Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) LGAs/ Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/

$4,658,000

$1,340,000

$360,000

Health and Environment

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National MoE/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/S National MOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/DFID/WB/AfDB/G AVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFD National AC/SMOH/LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

LAGOS HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING PROGRAMME LOCATION AGENCIES/PARTNERS

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (crossreference with initiative duration)

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK


Health System Development Project (HSDP) The 5-Year project, co-financed by the Bank and the World Bank consists of 3 components Capacity WB, FMoH, NPHCDA, Strengthening of State Ministries of Health, Support to Primary Health Care and Capacity for Federal SMoH of Participating Ministry of Health. The Bank is only supporting the second component in 12 states which has the under- States listed 5 subcomponents: A) Improved Access to Primary Health Care Services B) Support to Primary Health Care Services C) Support to Health Training Facilities D) Essential Drugs Management E) Project Management (Project Ends December 2010) 12 States namely: Abia, Imo, Edo, Akwa-Ibom, Lagos, Oyo, Niger, Benue, Kaduna, Katsina, Yobe and Bauchi Gregory Osabor g.osubor@afdb.org

US $45 MILLION

Government of Japan / Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)


Program of Quality Improvement of Health Services by 5S-KAIZEN-TQM (technical cooperation) This project aims to improve hospital management, the work environment and quality of service through FMOH, Lagos State the introduction of Total Quality Management (TQM), Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) and 5SMOH Kaizen Activities using experiences from the hospital in Sri Lanka (Asian Knowledge). The project includes seminars/workshops in Japan and Sri Lanka, technical assistance, and a pilot project chosen by the participants. (2007- ) Lagos Miho Wada, JICA wada.miho@jica.go.jp (The budget figure only for Nigeria is not available.)

The project aims at an improvement of service delivery of maternal and child health at the Primary Health FMOH, Lagos State Project for Improvement of Maternal, New Born and Child Health in the Lagos Centers (PHCs) in targeted six (6) LGAs of Lagos State and also at the Lagos Island Maternity Hospital MOH (LIMH) as one of the highest referral health facility for maternal and child health in Lagos. (2010-2013) State (technical cooperation)

Lagos

Sumiko Koga, Chief Advisor sumkoga@bronze.ocn.ne.jp

75 million Yen (in 2010)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

Immunization services including polio eradication activities

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support to polio eradication and measles control and strengthening routine immunization. Support to capacity building for emergency/ epidemic preparedness and response as well as pre-positioning of supplies to ensure rapid response to emergencies from 2009- 2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in LGAs/NMCH each of the 36 states and FCT Partnership/GoJ (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

Nutrition including micronutrients

Support for management of severe and acute malnutrition, improve food safety and food security throughout the life cycle, household and community care & child stinulation as well as micronutrient deficiency control 2009-2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National/Zonal (specific efforts LGAs/ICC Partnership on systems capacity strengtheing for Routine Immunization will be in Sokoto, Katsina, Kaduna, Yobe, Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi, Rivers, Lagos and Oyo) FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC// National/Zonal (specific states SMOH/LGAs/NAFDAC/ are Sokoto, Kebbi, Yobe, Borno, USAID/SON Gombe, Kaduna, Benue, Ebonyi, Oyo and Lagos)

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org, Dr Boubacar Dieng, Health Manager EP, e-mail: bdieng@unicef.org

$90,000,000

Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition , e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.org , Stanley Chitekwe, Nutrition Manager e-mail: schitekwe@unicef.org

$16,700,000

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


It is focused on strengthening Nigerian Health Systems and therefore supporting achievement of improved health outcomes. The programme uses a governance approach and aims to bring about systemic institutional reform, greater investment in health care and more effective utilisation of existing resources (both Nigerian Government internal resources as well as those external resources from other partners such as World Bank, Global Fund, GAVI etc).The health component of DFIDs support for the Lead States after PATHS and HCP. (August 08 July 2013) FMoH, SMoHs LGAs, NGOs, FBOs, Private Sector, NPHCDA, NAFDAC, NHIS, PCN, WHO, UNICEF Federal, Kano, Kaduna, Jigawa, Enugu Lagos Jane Miller (DFID) jmiller@dfid.gov.uk and Mike Egboh (PATHS2) mike_Egboh@abtassoc.com 148,000,000

PATHS2 - Partnership for Transforming Health Systems in Nigeria

Support to the National Malaria Programme (SUNMAP)

It will provide key capacity building support for national and sub-national level institutions; as well as expanded support for marketing and distribution of malaria control commodities National, including subsidies for target groups. (Nov 07 - Oct 12)

This programme will leverage systemic change that strengthens government and partners abilities to strategically prioritise, and scale up activities that deliver HIV/AIDS interventions (2009 to 2014) Enhancing Nigerias Response to HIV/AIDS (ENR)

FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund CCM and Fund Recipients, NGOs, World Bank Malaria Booster Project NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

Federal, Anambra, Lagos, Kano, Niger, Katsina, Ogun (additional Ebere Anyachukwu (DFID) estates to be determined) anyachukwu@dfid.gov.uk and Caroline Vanderick (SUNMAP) c.vanderick@malariaconsortium.o rg Benue, Cross River, Kaduna, Lagos, Nasarawa, Ogun and Akwa Ibom Michal O'Dwyer (World Bank) modwyer@worldbank.org

50,000,000

100,000,000

United States Government (including USAID and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
RH/HIV Integration The project integrates family planning services into HIV prevention, care and treatment services for the general population including the uniformed services, five-year (2004-2009) USAID's Tuberculosis control programs enhance DOTS services in health facilities and at community level; provide training in management MDR TB; strengthen supply-chain systems for TB drugs and diagnostics, build local capacity to manage TB control programs, and support development of the National Strategy for TB. Family Health International Lagos, FCT & Cross River KNCV Tuberculosis Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Zamfara, Foundation, John Snow, Sokoto, Kebbi, Benue, Plateau, Abt Associates, Family Borno, Adamawa, Taraba, Health International Nassarawa, FCT, Lagos, Yobe, $1m

Tuberculosis Control

$ 5,045,000 (FY2010)

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its * To assist Nigeria multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation HIV/AIDS Program Development Project for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services at the Federal, State and Local and Additional Financing Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and NACA, SACAs, NGOs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. FMOHs, SMOHs, Other Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja relevant Ministries and Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. departments at Federal Project and State level, Commercial sector Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project Partenrs include FMOH Covers all 36 States and FMOA. World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

$ 50 million

Bauchi, Cross River, Kaduna, Lagos Primary Health Care Study (FY08)

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

UNFPA

Support to Reproductive Health Maternal health and Obstetric Fistula

Support capacity building activities (institutional and human resource development) for the delivery of FMOH, SMOH, LGA quality maternal and newborn services with focus on EmOC services and supplies in 12 states + FCT). PHC departments, Advocacy and support for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of obstetric fistula including CSOs development of national framework in the context of maternal health.

Programme states of Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, AkwaIbom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue, kano kastisa and FCT; as well as States with high prevalence of obstetric fistula.

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Support to Strengthen Systems and mechanisms for implementation of syndromic management of STIs/RTIs

Works with the federal government and in 12 states + FCT to develop and implement guidelines for FMOH, SMOHs, syndromic management of STIs/RTIs. This involves building the capacity of core group of trainers and SACAs, CSOs service providers at the national and state level and facilitating the integration of STI management with ARSH and family planning.

Support Capacity building at national and states level for implementation of HIV/AIDS prevention services.

Support NACA, the Federal Ministry of Health and SACAs and SMOHS in 12 states +FCT in policy FMOH SMOH SACAs, formulation, institutional and human capacity development and in service delivery to ensure a CSOs coordinated implementation of the prevention component of the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

Improving the access of young people to gender-sensitive SRH and HIV prevention through information FMOH, SMOH, YSOs Increased availability of youth friendly sexual and RH information and services and services provision and networking. This involves building the capacity of implementers at the nation, state and community levels. for in and out of school youths

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria)

Support to health systems strengthening

Support the development and implementation of the National Strategic Health Development Plan and Country Compact aimed at improving the Nigeria's weak health system, specifically the delivery of gender sensitive, equitable and quality maternal and newborn health services, capacity of health workforce, establishment of sustainable health financing systems/mechanism, especially community financing initiatives, health information systems and community engagement/participation.

German Technical Cooperation (GTZ)

lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Adamawa, Benue) +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org FMOH, SMOH, MDAs, CSOs

NIBUCAA Support

Establishing of funds for PPP with member companies, the big partners being Heineken, Unilever and NIBUCAA, UNILEVER, Lagos State Nigerian Breweries. These will in turn reach out to 3 each supply chain companies for a establishment of HEINEKEN, NIGERIAN a comprehensive workplace program for HIV for the staff and dependants (Feb 2007 - Dec 2009) BREWERIES

248,000

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012 The UN Joint Programme of Support on HIV/AIDS focuses on the UNDAF (UN development assistance framework) Priority 3: Social service delivery to invest in Nigerias human capital and contribute towards a democratic dividend that reaches the poor even as it boosts current and future potential for equitable growth. THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON The expected outcome is in line with Policies, investments and institutional changes enable access to HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012 quality social services to achieve national development targets, including progressive realization of the MDGs (health, basic education, water and environmental sanitation and universal access to HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment and care).

NACA, NASCP/FMOH, NPC, SACAs, CSOS, NGOs, SMOHs, FMOWA and other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Development Partners and UN Cosponsors

UNAIDS COUNTRY OFFICE, ABUJA Lagos, Imo, Kaduna, Adamawa, Benue, FCT, Akwa Ibom, Edo, Ondo, Taraba and Cross River

$11,128,741.00

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/EU/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National SMOH/LGAs/GFTAM/U SG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/NMCH Partnership FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/

$5,919,000

$4,658,000

$1,340,000

Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right LGAs/ based approach. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National MoE/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/S National MOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/DFID/WB/AfDB/G AVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFD National AC/SMOH/LGAs/DFID National National

$360,000

Health and Environment

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

OGUN HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING PROGRAMME LOCATION AGENCIES/PARTNERS

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (crossreference with initiative duration)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

WASH: National Onchocerciasis Control Programme

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support establishment of systems for effective delivery and use of mectizan in endemic communities of 10 states for Onchocerciasis (river blindness) control . UNICEF supports also involve clearing and distribution of mectizan to all NGDOs implementing Onchocerciasis Control Programme in the country.(2004-2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in LGAs/NMCH each of the 36 states and FCT Partnership/GoJ (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

FMOH/NOCP/SOCT/LO National/Zonal/ Cross River, Benue, CT/ NGDOs/ United Oyo, Ogun, Osun, Ondo, Ekiti, States Fund for Niger, Bauchi, Gombe UNICEF/WHO Dr.V.Alkari

$1,066,666.00

UK DFID DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (DFID)


It will provide key capacity building support for national and sub-national level institutions; as well as expanded support for marketing and distribution of malaria control commodities National, including subsidies for target groups. (Nov 07 - Oct 12) FMOH, SMOHs, LGAs, Commercial Sector, RBM Partnership, Global Fund CCM and Fund Recipients, NGOs, World Bank Malaria Booster Project NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector Federal, Anambra, Lagos, Kano, Niger, Katsina, Ogun (additional states to be determined)

Support to the National Malaria Programme (SUNMAP)

Ebere Anyachukwu (DFID) eanyachukwu@dfid.gov.uk and Caroline Vanderick (SUNMAP) c.vanderick@malariaconsortium.or g

50,000,000

This programme will leverage systemic change that strengthens government and partners abilities to strategically prioritise, and scale up activities that deliver HIV/AIDS interventions (2009 to 2014) Enhancing Nigerias Response to HIV/AIDS (ENR)

Benue, Cross River, Kaduna, Lagos, Nasarawa, Ogun and Akwa Ibom Michal O'Dwyer (World Bank) modwyer@worldbank.org

100,000,000

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi* To assist Nigeria sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS Program Development Project HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: and Additional Financing 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

UNFPA
Support to Reproductive Health Maternal health and Obstetric Fistula Support capacity building activities (institutional and human resource development) for the delivery of quality FMOH, SMOH, LGA maternal and newborn services with focus on EmOC services and supplies in 12 states + FCT). Advocacy PHC departments, and support for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of obstetric fistula including development of CSOs national framework in the context of maternal health. Programme states of Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue, kano kastisa and FCT; as well as States with high prevalence of obstetric fistula.

Agathe Lawson (UNFPA Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org

Support to Strengthen Systems and mechanisms for implementation of syndromic management of STIs/RTIs

Works with the federal government and in 12 states + FCT to develop and implement guidelines for FMOH, SMOHs, SACAs, syndromic management of STIs/RTIs. This involves building the capacity of core group of trainers and CSOs service providers at the national and state level and facilitating the integration of STI management with ARSH and family planning.

Support Capacity building at national and states level for implementation of HIV/AIDS prevention services.

Support NACA, the Federal Ministry of Health and SACAs and SMOHS in 12 states +FCT in policy FMOH SMOH SACAs, formulation, institutional and human capacity development and in service delivery to ensure a coordinated CSOs implementation of the prevention component of the national HIV/AIDS strategy.

Improving the access of young people to gender-sensitive SRH and HIV prevention through information and FMOH, SMOH, YSOs Increased availability of youth friendly sexual and RH information and services services provision and networking. This involves building the capacity of implementers at the nation, state and community levels. for in and out of school youths

National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) Agathe Lawson (UNFPA + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) Agathe Lawson (UNFPA + FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) Agathe Lawson (UNFPA +FCT Representative to Nigeria)

Support to health systems strengthening

Support the development and implementation of the National Strategic Health Development Plan and Country Compact aimed at improving the Nigeria's weak health system, specifically the delivery of gender sensitive, equitable and quality maternal and newborn health services, capacity of health workforce, establishment of sustainable health financing systems/mechanism, especially community financing initiatives, health information systems and community engagement/participation.

lawson@unfpa.org National level and 12 programme States (Lagos, Ogun, Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Akwa-Ibom, Sokoto, Kebbi, Kaduna, Borno, Adamawa, Benue) Agathe Lawson (UNFPA +FCT Representative to Nigeria) lawson@unfpa.org FMOH, SMOH, MDAs, CSOs

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/EU/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National SMOH/LGAs/GFTAM/U SG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and LGAs/NMCH promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Partnership FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/

$5,919,000

Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise Emergency Preparedness and Response their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011)

$4,658,000

Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

$1,340,000

$360,000

Health and Environment

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National MoE/LGAs/

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/S National MOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/DFID/WB/AfDB/G AVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDA National C/SMOH/LGAs/DFID National National

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

ONDO HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING PROGRAMME LOCATION AGENCIES/PARTNERS

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (crossreference with initiative duration)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care

WASH: National Onchocerciasis Control Programme

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support for the national HIV response with emphasis on PMTCT and Paediatric Care and Treatment, and primary prevention for adolescents and youth. Technical logistical and financial support for Federal and State (11 JUNTA states and FCT) scale up and/or Operational plans, including for GF reprogrammed funds; human and institutional capacity development; strengthening coordination mechanisms and systems; and support for effective monitoring and evaluation (including for universal access reporting, tracking). UNITAID financed diagnostics, drugs and other supplies linked to strengthened PSM systems to facilitate acceleration of PMTCT scale up. Support establishment of systems for effective delivery and use of mectizan in endemic communities of 10 states for Onchocerciasis (river blindness) control . UNICEF supports also involve clearing and distribution of mectizan to all NGDOs implementing Onchocerciasis Control Programme in the country.(2004-2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in LGAs/NMCH each of the 36 states and FCT Partnership/GoJ (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National/Akwa Ibom, Benue, SMOH/LGAs/USG/GFT Cross River, Imo, Lagos, Ondo, AM/CIDA Edo, Kaduna, FCT, Gombe, Adamawa, Taraba

Dr.Janet Kayita, Chief, Children & HIV/AIDS e-mail: jkayita@unicef.org $4,000,000

FMOH/NOCP/SOCT/LO National/Zonal/ Cross River, CT/ NGDOs/ United Benue, Oyo, Ogun, Osun, Ondo, States Fund for Ekiti, Niger, Bauchi, Gombe UNICEF/WHO Dr.V.Alkari

$1,066,666.00

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi* To assist Nigeria sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS Program Development Project HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: and Additional Financing 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia NACA, SACAs, NGOs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon FMOHs, SMOHs, Other Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector Partenrs include FMOH Covers all 36 States and FMOA. World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

$ 50 million

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

THE UNITED NATIONS JOINT PROGRAMME OF SUPPORT ON HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA 2009 2012

The UN Joint Programme of Support on HIV/AIDS focuses on the UNDAF (UN development assistance framework) Priority 3: Social service delivery to invest in Nigerias human capital and contribute towards a NACA, NASCP/FMOH, democratic dividend that reaches the poor even as it boosts current and future potential for equitable NPC, SACAs, CSOS, growth. NGOs, SMOHs, FMOWA and other The expected outcome is in line with Policies, investments and institutional changes enable access to relevant Ministries and quality social services to achieve national development targets, including progressive realization of the departments at Federal MDGs (health, basic education, water and environmental sanitation and universal access to HIV and AIDS and State level, prevention, treatment and care). Development Partners and UN Cosponsors

UNAIDS COUNTRY OFFICE, ABUJA Lagos, Imo, Kaduna, Adamawa, Benue, FCT, Akwa Ibom, Edo, Ondo, Taraba and Cross River

$11,128,741.00

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Control HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/EU/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National SMOH/LGAs/GFTAM/U SG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/NMCH Partnership FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/

$5,919,000

$4,658,000

$1,340,000

$360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) MoE/LGAs/ Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/S National MOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/DFID/WB/AfDB/G AVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFD National AC/SMOH/LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

OSUN HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING PROGRAMME LOCATION AGENCIES/PARTNERS

Contact detail

TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (crossreference with initiative duration)

Government of Japan / Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)


In-Country Training on HIV Counseling and Testing in TB DOTS sites and labs (technical cooperation) Trainings for 150 general health workers and laboratory staff from Ebonyi, Benue and Osun States on HIV NASCP counseling and testing in TB DOTS centres and microscopy laboratories. (2008-2010) Ebonyi, Osun Miho Wada, JICA wada.miho@jica.go.jp 6.6 million Yen (in 2010)

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

WASH: National Onchocerciasis Control Programme

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support establishment of systems for effective delivery and use of mectizan in endemic communities of 10 states for Onchocerciasis (river blindness) control . UNICEF supports also involve clearing and distribution of mectizan to all NGDOs implementing Onchocerciasis Control Programme in the country.(2004-2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National/Zonal and in 3 LGAs in LGAs/NMCH each of the 36 states and FCT Partnership/GoJ (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org

$5,000,000

FMOH/NOCP/SOCT/LO National/Zonal/ Cross River, CT/ NGDOs/ United Benue, Oyo, Ogun, Osun, Ondo, States Fund for Ekiti, Niger, Bauchi, Gombe UNICEF/WHO Dr.V.Alkari

$1,066,666.00

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain Primary Government this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Partner is National Approved: 04/29/03 Primary Health Care Closing: 10/30/07 to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi- Development Agency. * To assist Nigeria NACA, SACAs, NGOs, sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes FMOHs, SMOHs, Other the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling relevant Ministries and HIV/AIDS Program Development Project up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: departments at Federal and Additional Financing 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion Report will be prepared later this year. and State level, Commercial sector Polio Eradication Project

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Ogun Ondo, Osun, Ekiti, Baylesa, Delta, Abia Enugu, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, Covers all 36 States World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon FMOHs, SMOHs, Other Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector Partenrs include FMOH Covers all 36 States and FMOA. World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

$ 50 million

World Health Organisation in Nigeria

Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/EU/CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/ National SMOH/LGAs/GFTAM/U SG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/

$2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

$941,000

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/NMCH Partnership FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/

$5,919,000

$4,658,000

$1,340,000

$360,000

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) MoE/LGAs/ Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/S National MOH/LGAs/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/ National LGAs/DFID/WB/AfDB/G AVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFD National AC/SMOH/LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000

OYO HEALTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER PROGRAMME MATRIX - NIGERIA APRIL 2010


PROGRAMME TITLE
PROGRAMMES SUPPORTED (including duration) SUPPORTING AGENCIES/PARTNERS PROGRAMME LOCATION Contact detail TOTAL PROJECT AMOUNT US$ (cross-reference with initiative duration)

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK


Health System Development Project (HSDP) The 5-Year project, co-financed by the Bank and the World Bank consists of 3 components Capacity Strengthening of State Ministries of Health, Support to Primary Health Care and Capacity for Federal Ministry of Health. The Bank is only supporting the second component in 12 states which has the under-listed 5 subcomponents: A) Improved Access to Primary Health Care Services B) Support to Primary Health Care Services C) Support to Health Training Facilities D) Essential Drugs Management E) Project Management (Project Ends December 2010) WB, FMoH, NPHCDA, SMoH of Participating States 12 States namely: Abia, Imo, Edo, Akwa-Ibom, Lagos, Oyo, Niger, Benue, Kaduna, Katsina, Yobe and Bauchi

US $45 MILLION Gregory Osabor g.osubor@afdb.org

UNICEF (2009-2012)

Accelerated Child Survival & Development (ACSD)

The Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) was initiated by UNICEF in 2006 has been used systematically to build service delivery capacity of the 111 focus LGAs level through bottleneck analysis and followed by micro planning, and by mid 2007 all the 36 States and FCT had been supported and were implementing the Accelerated Child Survival and Development (ACSD) process. The ACSD gave birth to Integrated Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (IMNCH) strategy at the request of Government by inviting UNICEF to use the MBB Tool for analysis and costing to include both maternal and child health and thus MDGS 4 and 5. 2009-2012 Support to polio eradication and measles control and strengthening routine immunization. Support to capacity building for emergency/ epidemic preparedness and response as well as pre-positioning of supplies to ensure rapid response to emergencies from 2009- 2012

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/NM National/Zonal and in 3 CH Partnership/GoJ LGAs in each of the 36 states and FCT (giving a total of 111 LGAs)

Dr.Suomi Sakai. Country Representaive ; Dr.V.Alkari Deputy Representative ;Head of Programmes valakari@unicef.org Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.or g, Dr Boubacar Dieng, Health Manager - EP, email: bdieng@unicef.org Dr Naawa Sipilanyambe, Chief, Health & Nutrition , e-mail: nsipilanyambe@unicef.or g , Stanley Chitekwe, Nutrition Manager email: schitekwe@unicef.org

$5,000,000

Immunization services including polio eradication activities

Nutrition including micronutrients

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ICC National/Zonal (specific Partnership efforts on systems capacity strengtheing for Routine Immunization will be in Sokoto, Katsina, Kaduna, Yobe, Gombe, Adamawa, Ebonyi, Rivers, Lagos and Support for management of severe and acute malnutrition, improve food safety and food security throughout the life cycle, FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC//SMOH/LGA Oyo) National/Zonal (specific household and community care & child stinulation as well as micronutrient deficiency control 2009-2012 s/NAFDAC/USAID/SON states are Sokoto, Kebbi, Yobe, Borno, Gombe, Kaduna, Benue, Ebonyi, Oyo and Lagos)

$90,000,000

$16,700,000

WASH: National Onchocerciasis Control Programme

Support establishment of systems for effective delivery and use of mectizan in endemic communities of 10 states for Onchocerciasis (river blindness) control . UNICEF supports also involve clearing and distribution of mectizan to all NGDOs implementing Onchocerciasis Control Programme in the country.(2004-2011)

FMOH/NOCP/SOCT/LOCT/ NGDOs/ United States Fund for UNICEF/WHO

National/Zonal/ Cross River, Benue, Oyo, Ogun, Osun, Ondo, Ekiti, Niger, Bauchi, Gombe

Dr.V.Alkari

$1,066,666.00

WORLD BANK

To assist Government of Nigeria achieve its goal of interrupting transmission of wild poliovirus and sustain this efforts throughout the period, effective oral polio vaccine (OPV) coverage of the target population. Approved: 04/29/03 Closing: 10/30/07 * To assist Nigeria to reduce the spread, and mitigate the impact, of HIV infection by strengthening its multi-sectoral response to the epidemic through the implementation of a comprehensive program that includes the creation of an enabling environment for a large scale response, and laying the foundation for scaling up HIV/AIDS prevention, care and HIV/AIDS Program Development Project treatment services at the Federal, State and Local Levels.Approved: 07/06/01 Closed 31/03/10, An Impletion Completion and Additional Financing Report will be prepared later this year. Polio Eradication Project

Primary Government Partner is National Primary Health Care Development Agency. This is a Buy Down with Rotary FMOHs, NACA, SACAs, NGOs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

To reduce the risk of HIV infections by scaling up prevention interventions and to increase access to and utilization of HIV counseling, testing, care and support services. Second HIV/AIDS Program Development Approved: June 2009 but awaiting signature by Federal Government of Nigeria - Project effectiveness expected mid 2010. Project

NACA, SACAs, NGOs, FMOHs, SMOHs, Other relevant Ministries and departments at Federal and State level, Commercial sector

Covers the whole country Initially covered 18 States: Akwa Ibom, Benue, Ebonyi, Kaduna, Lagos, Taraba, Adamawa, Cross River, Imo, Plateau, Nasarawa, Anambra, Borno, Edo FCT, Oyo, Katsina, Sokoto Zamfara, Kebbi, Kogi, Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$130,400,000

$112,582,570 $50 million Additional Financing approved 2007

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja

$225 million

Managed by World Bank Agriculture Team involves both human and animal health aspects Avian Influenza Control And Human Pandemic Preparedness And Response Project

Partenrs include FMOH and FMOA.

Covers all 36 States

World Bank, 102 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokkoro, Abuja $ 50 million

World Health Organisation in Nigeria


Communicable Disease Prevention and Support to reduce the health, social and economic burden of communicable diseases, (2010 and 2011) Control Support to Combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria (2010 and 2011) HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis Control Support to prevent and reduce diseases, disability, and premature death from non communicable conditions, mental disorders, violence and injuries and disabilities (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/EU/ National CDC/WB FMOH/NPHCDA/NACA/SMOH/LG National As/GFTAM/USG/PEPFAR FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $941,000 $2,951,000

$10,158,000

Non Communicable Disease Control

Child, Adolescent Health and Reproductive Health Programme Emergency Preparedness and Response Risk factors for health Social and economic determinants of health

Support to reduce morbidity and mortality and improve health during key stages of life, including pregnancy, childbirth, the FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/NM National neonatal period, childhood and adolescence, and improve sexual and reproductive health and promote active and healthy CH Partnership aging for all individuals. (2010 and 2011) Support to reduce the health consequences of emergencies, disaster, crisis, and conflicts and minimise their social and economic impact. (2010 and 2011) Support to promote health and development, prevent and reduce risk factors for health conditions associated with use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other psychoactive substances. (2010 and 2011) FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National

$5,919,000

$4,658,000 FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ National $1,340,000 National $360,000

Support to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health through policies and programmes that FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/ enhance health equity and integrate pro-poor, gender responsiveness and human right based approach. (2010 and 2011)

Health and Environment

Support to promote a healthier environment, intensify primary prevention and influence public policies in all sectors so as to address root causes of environmental threats to health. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve nutrition, food safety and food security throughout the life course and in support of public health and sustainable development. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve health services through better governance, financing, staffing, and management informed by reliable and accessible evidence and research. (2010 and 2011) Support to improve access, quality and use of medical products and technologies. (2010 and 2011) Improved WCO capacity in governance, strenghtened mechanism for monitoring and evalution of programmes, improved collaboration and sharing of information Support to effectiv information system based on regional/global policies. One UN work, and managerial and administrative support services

FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/MoE/LGAs National / FMOH/NPHCDA/NPC/SMOH/LGA National s/ FMOH/NPHCDA/SMOH/LGAs/DFI National D/WB/AfDB/GAVI FMOH/NPHCDA/NAFDAC/SMOH/ National LGAs/DFID National National

$1,055,000

Nutrition and Food Safety

$2,722,000

Health Systems Strengthening Essential Medicines WHO leadership, governance and partnerships

$11,085,000 $1,517,000 $59,000

Enabling and support functions

$657,000