Our Work

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Although majority our programmes are mother & child centred, the overall aims of the organisation are to strengthen families and the community as well as result in the involvement of more community members by creating a sense of ownership and long-term sustainability.

The focus of our community health initiative is to offer relief services to people and families in underserved rural communities in Nigeria. These areas, often referred to as the forgotten parts of the country due to their scant infrastructure and lack of large-scale industry, is home to several large rural communities. Biire Foundation is the only organisation of its kind with an active presence in these communities.

The aim of our outreach service is to ensure increased knowledge of HIV / AIDS, provide HCT service, PMTCT services, and create awareness so as to reduce the negative impact of HIV / AIDS on vulnerable people.
Biire also uses this medium to provide home based care especially for newborns and nursing mothers. Biire conducts weekly outreach services by our staff and volunteers who identify a community and then carry out weekly outreach intervention such as: Free HIV, Malaria, TB testing, antenatal referrals, Food and Nutritional Support as well as Psychosocial care.

HIV PREVENTION
HIV PREVENTION

Our prevention programs are designed to provide stakeholders with a wide and innovative range of HIV prevention programs

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CARE AND SUPPORT
CARE AND SUPPORT

Biire provides care and support for people living with HIV /AIDS. We provide a continuum of comprehensive care comprising of nursing care, access to drugs, counseling and psycho-social support through home-based care without any discrimination.

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ADVOCACY
ADVOCACY

Advocacy is firmly entrenched in our efforts to eradicate HIV & AIDS in Nigeria. We serve as a voice for PLWHA by advocating fair social policies for PLWHA.

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OVC IMPACT MITIGATION
OVC IMPACT MITIGATION

One of the most serious effects of HIV and AIDS is the increasing number of orphans who are unable to fend for themselves after the deaths of one or both parent. These orphans require support in terms of material goods, social and psychological help.

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