West Africa

The top 3 causes of death in Nigeria are: Malaria 20%, Lower Respiratory Infections 19% and HIV 9%

Nigeria accounts for about 10% of the world's HIV/AIDS buden. With about 3 million of her citizens still being sero-positive and a prevalence rate of about 3%, Nigeria still has a very high rate of HIV infection in Africa. The program is to help reduce the rate of infection and enable everyone know his/her status. Also the program is to help everyone know his/her general health status thereby promote healthy lifestyle and effect attitudinal changes.

Nigeria

The Nigeria Program launched in 2012 and a primary partner for the monitoring and evaluation is the ZIMI Good Health Initiative.

Additional partners at site level include US Government Agencies such as PEPFAR, USAID, CDC, Society for Family Health, local non governmental organizations, and over 200 Rotary and Rotaract Clubs.

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D9110 Clubs

Abijo
Abule Egba Metro
Agege
Ajara
Ajuwon
Akowonjo
Akute
Alagbado
Alagbado Alagbole
Anthony Metro
Apakun
Apapa
Egbeda
Ewutuntun
Festac Metro
Gowon Estate
Igando
Igbobi Central
Ijebu Ife
Ijebu Ode
Ikate
Ikeja Central
Ikeja Gra
Ikorodu Golden
Ikorodu Metro
Ikoyi
Ikoyi Metro
Ilupeju Central
Iponri
Isheri Isolo
Isolo Golden
Iyaganku Ibadan
Lagos Central
Lagos Island
Lagos Mainland
Lagos Palmgrove Est.
Lagos West
Maryland
Mushin Metro
Obantoko
Ogba
Ojo
Ojodu
Oke-Afa
Okota
Olambe
Omole Golden
Onigbongbo
Omole Golden
Satellite Town
Sagamu Central
Shomolu
Surulere North East

Oasis Foundation
Frcm Church Abule
Egba Metro
Amuwo
Gbagada

Nigeria aims to serve 170,000 people each campaign

More than 200 Rotary Clubs participate at the 150 sites nationwide

The RFHDs in Nigeria cover 4 Rotary Districts including 9110, 9125, 9141 and 9142

Cote d'Ivoire

The Rotary Family Health Days in Cote d'Ivoire was launched in 2018.

Benin | Togo | Ghana

More than 63,000 beneficiaries were seen during the three day campaign comprising the 3 countries and 4 Rotary Districts within Benin, Togo and Ghana.

Germain Tomegah RFHA Program Director in Togo shared:

The need for the outreach in our communities was emphasized with high enthusiasm expressed by the first authority of health, WHO, UNICEF the local Chief through the town carriers. Schools and some public places were used as sites. People were pleased and expressing the wish to support future programs.

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Primary Partners in East Africa

  • First Authority of Health  (Togo)
  • Ghana Health Service
  • Ghana Ministry of Health
  • Health Keepers Network (Ghana)
  • Communicate for Health (Ghana)
  • Global Communities (Ghana)
  • Benin Ministry of Health