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Medical Women’s Association of Nigeria (MWAN)Medical Women’s Association of Nigeria (MWAN) is a nongovernmental, non- profit, non-sectarian, and non-political organization of Nigerian female Medical and /dental practitioners, who are qualified and registered according to the accepted national regulation of the medical profession in Nigeria. MWAN was formally inaugurated on 23rd April 1977 at University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. Dr. S. Oludayisi Oduntan, a renowned Professor of Public Health, is the Founder and first Convener of MWAN, who having attended the 14th International Congress of Medical Women’s International Association (MWIA) in October 1974 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, came back to Nigeria and convinced some Nigerian medical women on the need for the National Association. The vision was fulfilled on 4th June 1975 when Medical Women’s Association of Nigeria (MWAN), Ibadan Branch, was officially inaugurated during a meeting held at Department of Ophthalmology, UCH, Ibadan, Oyo state of Nigeria.National, KanoRoutine Immunization (RI)
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Global Initiative for Women and Children (GIWAC) Global Initiative for Women and Children (GIWAC) was founded as a non-governmental, non-profit organization on January 1st, 2005 in Kaduna, Nigeria, with the primary purpose of reaching out to vulnerable women and children. GIWAC obtained a Corporate Affairs Status in July 2007 with Registration No. CAC/IT/25274
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Alumni Association of National Institute (AANI) THE STRUCTURE OF AANI

The Federal Government in 1979 established the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS). The Institute was conceived as a high-level institution with the primary objectives of serving as the nation’s foremost Policy Institute, developing a crop of top-class technocrats of high intellectual capacity, who will conceptualize and anchor the implementation of innovative and dynamic policy initiatives and strategies critical for national development.
So far, over a thousand Policy Research Papers have been commendably generated from NIPSS. The Institute has successfully ran 38 Senior Executive Courses (SEC) after 38 years of existence and has graduated 1,820 members of the National Institute to date.
AANI membership lists includes former Heads of State, serving and past State Governors, Heads of Public Service Agencies, Custom Service, Military, Para-military, Traditional leaders, Organized labor and Organized private sector as well as the Civil Society. Others are serving and past top level executives from the Banking and Financial Sector, the Central Bank inclusive, the Presidency, States and Local Government Councils and the Academia.
AANI has two Administrative organs namely; Board of Patrons headed by former Head of State, General Ibrahim Babangida, GCFR, mni, and the Heritage Council headed by His Eminence, Alhaji Mohammed Sa’ad Abubakar III mni, Sultan of Sokoto as Chairman with His Royal Majesty, Igwe Nnaemeka Alfred Ugochukwu Achebe, mni Obi of Onitsha as member among others.

National, LagosFamily Planning (FP)
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Academy For Health Development (AHEAD) Academy for Health Development (AHEAD) is a not-for-profit research and knowledge management and health development organisation incorporated with the Corporate Affairs Commission of Nigeria 2007. The organization has focused on her early years in voluntary activities dedicated towards strengthening structures and providing support for adolescent development. The technical operations of the organization – incorporating training, research and policy engagements – commenced formally in July in 2015. However, the leadership of the organisation as well as her lead team members have been playing leading roles in national and sub-national research and policy developments activities in Nigeria for over a decade. Internationally, AHEAD’s team has also played significant leadership and catalytic roles in several research collaborations and health-related agenda-setting policy dialogues. National, LagosFamily Planning (FP)
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Child Health Advocacy Initiative (CHAI)Child Health Advocacy Initiative (CHAI) is an initiative of BASICS 11 United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The focus of the Organization is to promote child survival in Nigeria. We work with the federal, state, and local governments, along with local and international organisations to tackle maternal and child health issues in Nigeria. Our 6 focus areas are: Nutrition, Female Genital Mutilation, Malaria, Routine Immunization, Safe Motherhood & Girl Rights, Child Education & Protection.LagosFamily Planning (FP)
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Women In Media (WIM)KanoFamily Planning (FP)
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Federation of Muslim Women’s Associations In Nigeria (FOMWAN) National, Kano, Lagos, RiversFamily Planning (FP)
Primary Healthcare Under One Roof (PHCUOR)
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Childhood Killer Diseases (CKD)
Initiative for Integrated Grassroot Empowerment and Support (IIGES)Founded on 26 October 2010, IIGES is a community base organization with the following aims and objective. carrying out public awareness programs, seminars, and lectures that are aimed towards enhancing the dignity and wellbeing of the community. Educate, enlighten and inform people and groups on deadly diseases such as HIV/AIDS, TUBERCULOSIS and other condition of public health risks and interest. To also initiate programs, schemes that will educate and enhance the living condition of the community KadunaPrimary Healthcare Under One Roof (PHCUOR)
Interfaith Mediation Center (IMC) The Interfaith Mediation Centre (IMC) is a non-profit, nongovernmental faith-based organization envisioning an inclusive society free from violent ethno-religious conflicts. We aim to prevent violence and promote trust and relationship building by fostering dialogue among people of different faiths and communities in Nigeria and beyond. Specifically, IMC is a community-based organization that specializes in MuslimChristian dialogue and mediation. For almost twenty-four years the Interfaith Mediation Centre (IMC) has witnessed tremendous growth as a faith-based, non-governmental and non-profit organization that engages in peace building, conflict resolution, promoting inclusive governance and access to improved health services in rural communities in Nigeria.KadunaRoutine Immunization (RI)
National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM)The National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) is a professional-cum trade union organization recognized by the Trade Unions (Amendment) Act of 2005. It is a non-governmental and non-profit organization authorized to organize all professional nurses and midwives who are trained, registered and licensed to practice Nursing Profession at all the levels of healthcare delivery system, namely primary, secondary and tertiary both in public and private sectors in the country.
The first organization of nurses in Nigeria is known as the Nigeria Union of Nurses (NUN), which was formed in 1938 and registered in 1943.
Kano, Kaduna, NigerFamily Planning (FP)
Childhood Killer Diseases (CKD)
National Council for Women Societies (NCWS)National Council of Women's Societies also known by its acronym NCWS is a Nigerian non-governmental, non-partisan women's organization composed of a network of independent women's organizations in Nigeria. Our sole purpose is to harness these various networks into a functioning entity and body that oversees and advocates for the welfare and general recognition of women in the state and society at large. NCWS aims to provide platform from which gender issues can be harmoniously tabled before the government of the day.
With almost five decades in existence and membership spanning all regions of Nigeria, the National Council of Women's Societies has successfully launched the careers of as well as given are recognition to an unprecedented number of women in various spheres and from all walks of life.
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Nigeria Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria (PPFN) The original core mission of PPFN, a private, not-for-profit organization founded in the late 1950s, was to promote adoption of child spacing and contraceptive practices among individuals and couples. Over the years, PPFN has evolved from this initial narrow emphasis to a broader, more comprehensive mission which takes on board the implications and needs arising from ICPD, the Beijing International Women’s Conference, the concern with adolescent RH, and the HIV/AIDS pandemic. The resulting package of activities and services focuses on adolescents and young people, designed to promote, protect and enhance their SRH and rights along with those of adults. KadunaFamily Planning (FP)
SocioEconomic Research and Development Centre (SERDEC) Socio-Economic Research and Development Centre [SERDEC] is a non-governmental, non- profit research and development organisation registered by law with the corporate affairs commission (CAC/IT/NO/70244) that operates to strengthen socio-economic development and democratic governance through Capacity Building, Advocacy and development programmesNigerFamily Planning (FP)
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Society of Public Health Practitioners of Nigeria (SPHPN) SPHPN was formed in 2012 as the all-comers in public health association of all disciplinary public health specialists as well as everyone else of the public health of the public health services in Nigeria! As the society admits members whether as corporate membership of an already existing and CAC-registered disciplinary public health association or as individuals in their own rights - everybody is welcome to join the association. One of the objectives of SPHPN is to assist any already existing disciplinary public health association to strive and succeed in fulfilling the objectives that they had set for themselves in founding such association as well as to help them to work cooperatively and successfully to pursue and achieve the corporate interests of the SPHPN in the specific. In this way, the inter-cadre rivalry and lack of productivity and genuine fulfilments in these disciplines will be drastically reduced. NationalPrimary Healthcare Under One Roof (PHCUOR)
Women And Children Health Empowerment Foundation (WACHEF) The Women and Children Health Empowerment Foundation (WACHEF), is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) registered to practice in Nigeria. The NGO works in partnership with public, private and other non-government organizations to contribute in achieving equitable, sustainable and quality healthcare delivery in Nigeria. It was registered with Taraba State Government in 2001 and with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) of Nigeria in August 2005 with registration number CAC/IT/No 19194. Our strength lies in the strong team of young Professionals who have experience in various fields of health and human resources management.TarabaFamily Planning (FP)
Centre for Communication and Reproductive Health Services (CCRHS) Centre for Communication and Reproductive Health Services (CCRHS) provides advocacy and leadership necessary to protect and promote the health and social/economic circumstances of the people of Nigeria. The organization takes action to guarantee the freedom of all citizens to enjoy and control their reproductive lives without hindrance or harassment.NigerPrimary Healthcare Under One Roof (PHCUOR)
Childhood Killer Diseases (CKD)
Nigerian Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN)The PSN Foundation, a subsidiary of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria was founded in 2016 and registered with corporate Affairs Commission, Incorporated trustees CAC/IT/NO 96485 dated 29th March, 2017 . The main aim is to further serve the Nigeria pharmaceutical community and provide humanitarian assistance to the general public, through the provision of pharmaceutical assistance and relief to alleviate the sufferings of the general public during National emergencies and at other times. The foundation’s activities will enable some Pharmacists to receive grants and scholarships for Research/Development and indeed education in the expansive field of pharmacy practice. The foundation will also present awards in recognition of excellence to deserving pharmacists, Groups and other individual periodically. The foundation Awards programme will recognise contributions to health care quality and safety in four categories. The foundation will collaborate with similar institutions in achieving its aims and objectives. The focus of the foundation is to promote the health status of individuals across the country. This is a responsibility we had been carrying quietly but which the foundation will give us the structure and resources to make more impact. NationalChildhood Killer Diseases (CKD)
Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria (SOGON) The Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria (SOGON) is the umbrella professional organization of Gynaecologists and Obstetricians in Nigeria. It was inaugurated in April 1965 and formally registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission as a Non-Government Organization in 1999, RC No. 2156. It is an affiliate member of the International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) and the African Federation of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (AFOG). Its members are distributed across the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria and outside the country. SOGON has a vision that Nigerian women achieve the highest possible standards of physical, mental, reproductive and sexual health and wellbeing throughout their lives. SOGON works with the Federal Ministry of Health, International Development Partners, other professional bodies and nongovernmental organizations in Nigeria. NationalFamily Planning (FP)
South Saharan Social Development Organisation (SSSDO)South Saharan Social Development Organization (SSDO) is a duly registered non-profit organization in Nigeria, with a primary focus of equipping women youth and children with the social, health, economic, educational and political skills needed to survive and compete favorably in a vastly changing and urbanizing sub Saharan Africa. Since its inception in 2001, SSDO has become a viable platform for many young women and men to learn about and explore their femininity and masculinity in a non-destructive, mutually reinforcing and respectful manner that empowers them to exploit their full citizenship.Anambra, EnuguFamily Planning (FP)
Maintaining Family Care & Empowerment Initiative Group (MAFAHSU)KadunaRoutine Immunization (RI)