A world free of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
Who we are
Achieving Sustainable Development and Health Initiative (ASDHI) is a not-for-profit, Non-governmental Organization (NGO) registered in April 2015 by the Corporate Affairs Commission Abuja (CAC) as incorporated trustees with her headquarters in Abuja. ASDHI is community focused and was established to promote excellence in grassroots health and wellness…
A world free of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria – where every woman and child has access to quality health care services.
To promote optimal health in Nigeria by implementing best practices and innovations aided by latest advances in technology. To achieve this we work with Governments, Donors and other implementers to improve maternal and child health and decrease morbidity and mortality from HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis.
Our core values
To maintain optimal ethical values and standard in all business endeavors while growing and maintaining our reputation as a credible organization in dealing with our clients and their families.
To constantly seek out latest and best practices in health and transfer such to our clients and the community using the best skill sets available worldwide.
To deliver on agreed goals and targets in a timely and cost effective manner.
- Health Systems Strengthening focusing on Human Resources for Health issues
- Advocate to policy makers on health issues.
- Training of new staff of ASDHI on Tuberculosis, Malaria, HIV/AIDS and MCH services.
- Technical and consultancy services on HIV/AIDS and Maternal and Child Health Services
- Operation research (Survey and evaluations)
- Organize health talks, seminars, workshops
- Develop and distribute IEC materials like
- Logistics solution for commodities like long acting insecticide treated bed nets, vaccines
Some Recent Project
ASDHI works to expand family planning programs expecting it to impact on some of the challenges associated with child mortality.
ASDHI believes that the majority of child deaths can be prevented by low-tech, evidence-based, cost-effective measures such as vaccines, antibiotics, micronutrient supplementation, insecticide-treated bed nets and improved family care and breastfeeding practices.
ASDHI works to expand family planning programs expecting it to impact on some of the challenges associated with child mortality. By increasing access to use of family planning, ASDHI hopes for reduction of costs associated with achieving other MDG targets including drops in maternal and child mortality.
ASDHI supports Government to address challenges in HIV/AIDS services implementation, by focusing on: human resource capacity, weak health infrastructure, insufficient mainstreaming, transportation and general systems, issues of ownership and empowerment, low utilization of antenatal and PMTCT services by pregnant women, lack of prevention targeting population-at-risk. Friends Forever is scaling up efforts to support Government’s effort to remedy some of the challenges.
MOH (2008) reported that in 2005-06, malaria was the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the country.
ASDHI contributes to disseminating malaria knowledge, and the provision and use of insecticide treated nets.
We work to increase education and knowledge of Malaria, believing that General malaria education is an essential tool for preempting outbreaks of malaria epidemics.
We also focus more on pregnant women and children, who are more susceptible to malaria.
We work in communities to turn around, low IRS coverage, weak environmental management for vector control, and low usage of ITNs by households (utilization rate as opposed to ownership) and treating of persons with negative tests, without adhering to rapid diagnostic tests.
As regards Tuberculosis, ASDHI works to increase Case Detection Rates (CDR) through training of staff; coordination of other CBOs/NGOs; improving access, coverage and utilization of DOTS services.
Organizations like ours have a major role to play in establishing referral links to emergency obstetric and newborn care, helping communities to overcome economic and social-cultural barriers that inhibit women and their newborns from accessing high-quality care. As such Achieving Sustainable Development and Health Initiative (ASDHI) work on the following high Impact MNCH Intervention Areas:
Nutrition: With an objective to improve nutritional status, particularly during pregnancy and the first two years of life.
Immunization: Strengthening routine immunization (DPT, BCG, Measles);
Control of Diarrheal Disease: Improving family and community practices for diarrheal disease prevention;
Pneumonia Case Management: Ensuring adequate access to pneumonia case management;
Prevention and Treatment of Malaria: Promoting innovative malaria control methods like use of larvacides alongside other routine malaria control strategies;
Maternal and Newborn Care: Improving birth preparedness and complication-readiness planning and access to focused antenatal care;
HIV/AIDS Strengthening or establishing timely linkages between MNCH services and HIV/AIDS related services for women and children.
Our Latest Events
- June 26, 2020Recent Drug donation at Dutse Primary Health Care in Abuja ASDHI believes that the majority of child deaths can be prevented by low-tech, evidence-based, cost-effective measures such as vaccines, antibiotics, micro nutrient supplementation, insecticide-treated bed nets and improved family care and breastfeeding practices. Health-Outreach-in-Benue-State1. Skills building session for women in Ogbor, Mbano, Imo State Ekiti-picture Health Outreach at Womens August Meeting in Mbano Imo State2 Health [...]