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HIV Counseling and testing program with FHI/GHAIN began in December 2006 and was targeted towards Married men and women, pregnant women and singles within the Church and its host communities.

As a standard protocol, clients were counseled and tested using the national rapid test algorithm. Those who tested negative were assisted in developing a risk reduction plan, while persons who tested positive are referred to designated treatment centers for follow.

The program was scaled up to Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) in May 2008. It was initiated to reduce to reduce the risk of transmitting HIV among positive pregnant women to their unborn babies during labour, delivery and breastfeeding. Also, counseling on replacement breastfeeding as well as child care information was usually done to enable them make informed decision about their family life.

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4000+ Counselors trained

Over 4000 Pastors and Marriage Counselors trained Interpersonal Communication and Counseling ( IPCC) Lagos, Ogun, Ekiti,

25000 Teenagers trained

25000  Church youth and teenagers trained on Sexuality education ( life skills, abstinence and be-faithful in 300 P

640 Orphans Reintegrated

Educational support services through: Reintegration of 9640 Orphans and vulnerable children who dropped out of schools i

School teachers trained

150 school teachers trained on participatory methodology; and Psychosocial support for vulnerable children in Lagos, Cro

Academic Rehabilitations

9640 dropped out children reintegrated into formal schools in Lagos, Cross River, Oyo, Abuja, Edo, and Benue states.

Health Support

200 Midwifes and health workers trained through continuous medical education in RCCG maternities located in Lagos, Ogun

Cross Rivers Grant

Beneficiaries of in-kind grant in Cross Rivers State of Nigeria

Scholastic Materials

Scholastic materials for OVC on display:Over 9000 children Provided with scholastic materials i.e. School unifor


From 1999-2004,RAPAC collaborated with Family Health International (FHI) under the IMPACT project through funding from U