Network Aid for Humanitarian Assistance NAFHA!

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Network Aid for Humanitarian Assistance.

NAFHA is an independent humanitarian organization that focuses on Maternal and Child Health, Women empowerment and girl child education, poverty alleviation, Alleviating Mental disorder, substance abuse, water and sanitation. Our main target population are the Internally Displaced Person IDP’s and the less privilege, whom we consider as the the most vulnerable. According to the Humanitarian Response Strategy for Nigeria 2019-2021, an estimated 7.1 million people affected by conflict are in acute need of protection and life-saving assistance in the region.

Approximately 3.3million persons have been displaced by the insurgency, crises and natural disasters in Nigeria. Over the years the government have made efforts to provide and upgrade the quality of health services in our Primary Health Care Centers (PHC), providing start-up loans, campaign against drug abuse, and declaring a state of emergency in water and sanitation, however the situation is demanding and multitasking. There- fore NAFHA is intending to partner with relevant government agencies and Non- governmental organization towards reducing hardship among the less privileged.

Aims & Objectives

Maternal and Child Health

Providing maternal and child health services


Women empowerment and girl child education

Poverty alleviation

Poverty alleviation

Mental Health

Alleviating mental disorder and substance abuse

Water and sanitation

Water and sanitation

Projects & Programs

In NAFHA, our framework is design to enable us deliver our objectives within Nigeria and Africa at large. However, we are constructing a basic delivery suit and consulting room at Durumi IDP camp Area 1 Abuja. This will provide Primary Health Care Services; (Maternal and Child Health Services) providing relief materials, and food items, and also donating drugs for out-patients usage.

We intend to reduce the number of maternal mortality among the IDP’s and less privileged, also provide child health services mainly immunization and Nutritional support. Electronic Medical Record EMR will be introduced for proper documentation and collection of data.

We have also trained some occupants to become Traditional Birth Attendants TBA. We intend to train women (married, unmarried, and widows) and Men on basic entrepreneur skills, which include, carpentry, brick laying, welding etc. With these occupants will gain some skills and start a business on their own with available start-up package.

Education is key in our society, so we intend to sponsor girl child education up to tertiary levels, (with support from partners) especially in the field of sciences. Insurgency, conflicts, and natural disasters, come with a lot of mental disorder, there-fore our mental health clinics will register occupants in need of mental health service. One of the basic need for primary Health Care is adequate supply of safe water and basic sanitation.

To achieve this, we intend to provide sustainable hand pump boreholes to those in need and also partner with relevant agencies on the need for water treatment. This will prevent coliform, enteric pathogen, in long run preventing water borne diseases. Open defecation is a common practice among the IDP’s and the less privilege, but with provision of proper toilet facilities along with waste bin at strategic locations occupant can improve on hygiene and wash practice.


Our team of professionals

Mrs Aisha Abdulkadir

CEO and Founder NAFHA

Dr Aisha Muazu

COO and Co-founder NAFHA

Dr. Fahad Muhammad

Director of Operations and Grants

Dr. Ohwoekevwo George O

Program Officer

Isa H. Umar

Community Health Assistant

Maikano B. Grace


Hauwa Abdulkadir

Deputy Director of Operations.