SUSTAIN Project is an ongoing 5-year comprehensive HIV Care, Treatment and Prevention Program funded by CDC. Began in September, 2012 SUSTAIN addresses the unique needs of faith-based service-providers.
The iSTAR study is a National Institute of Health (NIH)-funded project aimed at demonstrating the effectiveness of the intervention in achieving the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) 90-90-90 treatment goal, in a PMTCT setting.
The Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Response Interfaith Solution (CHARIS) was a continuation of the PEPFAR supported AIDSRelief project, which provided comprehensive care, treatment and support for PLHIV in Nigeria. It Started in October, 2011
AIDSRelief was a Catholic Relief Services (CRS) led project with its two sub-partners Institute of Human Virology (IHV) and Futures Group which was later transitioned to Caritas Nigeria. It was implemented in 9 PEPFAR focus countries including Nigeria.