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US HIV Clinical Mentors Programme Takes Off In Nigeria

US HIV Clinical Mentors Programme Takes Off In Nigeria

The United States has supported the introduction of the national HIV clinical mentors programme take-off in Nigeria.

According to BLUEPRINT, a press statement from the embassy has said;

“The first cohort of 19 HIV Clinical Mentors supported by the United States Government through the Federal Ministry of Health, National AIDS and STI Control Programme (NASCP) have completed their induction training in Abuja on Saturday, October 23.

“The clinical mentors are now equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge as they deploy to their various states,” the statement read in part. Jamb Result

“The HIV Clinical Mentors Programme (CMP) aims at building the clinical and programmatic capacity of healthcare workers to provide sustainable and high-quality HIV services for the achievement of the UNAIDS 95-95-95 targets for epidemic control in Nigeria.

“The CMP, which was piloted in Rivers State in 2019, is designed to increase the Government of Nigeria’s ownership of the HIV program with a team of highly experienced mentors engaging with NASCP to domesticate key HIV guidelines and innovations at the facility level.

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“This not only ensures Nigeria will maintain quality implementation of HIV/AIDS programmes but also supports efforts to ensure the sustainability of the HIV/AIDS response in the country.”

BLUEPRINT reports that the statement further stated that, “The CMP will provide opportunity for continuous support to health care workers through the telementoring, using Project ECHO video conferencing platform, and on-site mentoring, enabling implementation of national HIV guidelines with fidelity.

As reported by BLUEPRINT, according to the statement, the CDC Country Director, Dr. Mary Adetinuke Boyd said, “the CMP underscores the importance of United States’ support to the Government of Nigeria to reach HIV epidemic control and highlighted how U.S. government investment is helping to build healthcare worker capacity to sustainably respond to HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, COVID-19 and to augment public health response to a variety of health threats.

“The programme will promote practical learning during implementation of quality HIV implementation on site, leading to enhanced workforce and ensure maximum impact of the HIV programme.”

Currently, the Clinical Mentors Programme (CMP) is being jointly implemented by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (US-CDC) in collaboration with Nigeria’s Ministry of Health through the National AIDS and STI Control Program (NASCP). Information Guide Nigeria

BLUEPRINT reports that so far plans have been made for 18 states and the FCT to recruit and train state-level mentors for an enhanced and seamless HIV service delivery in Nigeria.


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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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