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"We are committed to reducing the burden of diseases by improving Health Research and health intervention services and to build a world-class public health institution in Nigeria"

About our foundation

Who We Are

REACH CARE FOUNDATION-NIGERIA (RCF-N) is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) registered in Nigeria (CAC/IT/NO 27540) established to conduct Public Health activities with initial emphasis on acute and incidence studies of HIV infection in Nigeria among ante-natal clinic attendees, and other Most-At-Risk-Population using walk-in and the mobile HCT models to screen and follow-up study cohorts. RCFN project started in 2005 with its headquarters at Gwarinpa, Abuja.

What We Do:

Sevices provided by Reach Care Foundation Includes:

  1. HIV/AIDS Testing and Counselling
  2. Snake Bike Treatment
  3. Rabies Treatment
  4. Prevention of Mother-To-Child Transmission (PMTCT)

Latest Featured Project

October 2, 2021

Report on the Capacity Strengthening on Access to HIV Services Efficiency

RCF Nigeria in Collaboration with NACA and NINERELA+ conducted a Capacity Strengthening Training titled: “Capacity Strengthening on Access toHIV Services Efficiency for State HIV/AIDS Partners in the North-Central, North-East & […]
May 14, 2020

COVID19 ‘Supporting the Covid 19 Fight’

In the last few months, the world has been ravaged by COVID19. Governments of all nations are working tirelessly to flatten the curve. However, this needs to be a holistic […]
December 20, 2019

Nigerian Ministry of Health Certifies Reach Care Foundation as a Duly Registered NGO

The Nigerian Ministry of Health as approved the registration of Reach Care Foundation as a duly registered Non-Governmental Organisation of Health programmes in Nigeria.

Our Board of Directors

Our board of Directors is made up of Highly Qualified, Distinguished and Globally Renowned Medical Experts .
Prof. E.M. Essien, OFR
Vice Chairman
Prof. Abdulsalam Nasidi, OON
Managing Director
Dr Nandul Durfa
Director Research
Prof Tekena Harry