VULNERABLE CHILDREN PROGRAMS
Provision of home based care, palliative care, etc. to vulnerable children
Promoting Maternal and Child HealthCare through Capacity Building of TBAs, Mission Homes Operators and PPMVs
ARRDEC is a non-governmental organization partnering with other stakeholders including the vulnerable, for the improvement of the quality of life of Nigerians.
ARRDEC has the Objective to provide preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic services to addressing various health issues such as HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria, STIs, Cancer, etc.
ARRDEC's vision is to see a society of not just healthy people but healthy people who have a sustainable means of livelihood, living above poverty line
ARRDEC believes in an equitable, transparent, and responsive society where everyone is treated equally, and human rights are respected and protected.
- ARRDEC 2019 Audited Report
- ARRDEC 2019 Annual Report
- ARRDEC 2018 Audited Account
- ARRDEC 2018 Annual Report
- ARRDEC Participates in International Women’s Day Celebration.
- ARRDEC Conducts Refreshers Training for 35 Primary HealthCare Workers Across 3 LGAs of Akwa Ibom State
- Courtesy Call to Hon Commissioner for Health, Akwa Ibom State
- ARRDEC 2020 Annual Report
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PROGRAMMATIC IMPACT SINCE 1999
Maternal & Child
Health Projects Impact
Pregnant women persuaded and enrolled for Ante Natal Care at the Primary Health Centre in rural communities
Women of Reproductive Age Received HIV Counseling & Testing Services
Saved from contracting HIV from their HIV positive mothers
Persons comprising children, pregnant women, vulnerable men and women, have received free treatment
Persons have received free eye care services such as screening & glasses
Surgeries for hernia, appendicitis, fibrosis, hydrocele, eye, etc., performed
Persons have received HIV Testing Services
Persons majorly women have received micro credit loans worth over N40 million, invested into economic activities leading to improved standard of living of households.
Youths trained on aquaculture (catfish rearing) and drying and provided with starter-packs comprising fingerlings, tapeline ponds, and fish feeds.
Rural farmers have received agricultural loans worth over N11 million under FADAMA Grant
Nigeria - TY Danjuma Foundation Supports Pregnant Women for Antenatal Care in Akwa Ibom State
2019 ODU USA FREE MEDICAL MISSION
IMPORTANCE OF HANDWASHING
ODU USA FREE MEDICAL MISSION January 2020
TY Danjuman Foundation Sponsored The Delivering of HIV Negative Babies In Akwa Ibom State