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Case Studies | July 14, 2012

AIDSRelief Nigeria

Strengthening Local Health Networks for Sustainable HIV Care and Treatment

From 2004 to 2012, AIDSRelief Nigeria provided HIV care and treatment to more than 100,000 people through a network of 34 health facilities. During that time, nearly every program activity emphasized strengthening health systems. This new case study outlines AIDSRelief’s contributions to strengthening health systems for HIV services in Nigeria.