Our Projects


Service Expansion and Early Detection for Sustainable HIV Care Project (SEEDS)

In 2012, the United States Government through the Center for Disease Control awarded CCCRN a five years cooperative agreement funded by The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief.


Comprehensive HIV and AIDs-Interfaith Solution (CHARIS) Project

CCCRN managed a subcontract from the Christian Health Association of Nigeria (CHAN), under the Comprehensive HIV and AIDs-Interfaith Solution (CHARIS) project …


Partnership for Medical Education and Training-PMET (Pre-Service PMET 1 and In-service PMET 2)

In 2012 CCCRN became the only PEPFAR implementing partner to secure a 5 year CDC funded in-service training award Called Partnership for Medical Education and Training.



In May 2014 WHO awarded CCCRN the WHO TB REACH grant.
The aim is to increase TB case detection among itinerant Fulani in Kwara and Niger State using community volunteers.


Building and Strengthening Infection Control Strategies for TB (TB BASIC)

CDC has developed multiple resources for helping countries to assess and improve TBIC practices in health facilities. In this program CDC awarded a research grant that required CCCRN to …


Intervention for Sustainable Testing and Retention (iSTAR)

The objective of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness of iSTAR, an integrated community and clinic based intervention that is designed to test, link, engage and sustain HIV-infected women in care.


Adolescent Coordinated Transition to Improve Outcomes among Nigerian HIV+ Youth (ACT STUDY)

The ACT Study award is a five – year NIH research grant to University of Las Vegas (UNLV) and the collaborating Nigeria Implementing Partners (IPs) including Institute of Human Virology …



A subaward from APIN Public Health Initiatives termed iCARES. The aim of the award is to mitigate the multi – dimensional and acute impacts of HIV/AIDS infection through the provision of holistic facility, community based care and support services. The interventions contribute to the UNAIDS 2020 goals to address the structural drivers of HIV epidemic