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Organization Contact Information

Name: CLEAR-VIEW INTEGRITY FOUNDATION (CVF)
Street 1: NO. 113, BISHOP STREET
Street 2:
City: JIMETA/YOLA
Province:
Post Code: 640001
Country: Nigeria
Phone: 234 803 618 2951
Email: cvfoundation@yahoo.com
Web Site:

Focal Point Contact Information

Salutation: Mr.
First Name: YUSUF
Last Name: AMOS
Title: PRESIDENT
Email: amos.yusuf@yahoo.com
Phone: 234 803 618 2951

Alternate Focal Point Contact Information

Salutation: MR
First Name: ISHAKU
Last Name: EDWARD
Title: SECRETARY
Email: iedward@yahoo.com
Phone: 234 803 751 8364

General Information

Board Constituency: Developing Country NGO
Organization Type - Primary: Non-Governmental Organization
Organization Type - Secondary: Community-Based Organization (CBO)
Is your organization legally registered in your country: Yes
Organization Reach: National
Organization Description:
We are basically an NGO seeking to promote the virtues of honesty, transparency and accountability in all our programs and engagements in Nigeria. We have worked in the areas of good governance and anti-corruption, education, HIV/AIDS advocacy and sensitization and TB. We arr interested in TB because we believe that in Nigeria, part of the problems of TB control is corruption showing itself through dishonesty,lack of transparency and accountability. In addition, many community are devastated by the disease and little is done to alleviate thier sufferings. We feel we have something to contribute, no matter how little.
 
Total number of staff in your organization: 11 - 25
Number of full-time staff who are directly involved with TB: 1 - 5
Number of part-time staff who are directly involved with TB: 6 - 10
Number of volunteers who are directly involved with TB: 6 - 10
 
What is your organization's annual budget (USD) dedicated to TB? $5,001-$10,000
How did you hear about the Stop TB Partnership: Involvement in TB control provision
If you were informed or referred by another partner of the Stop TB Partnership please tell us who:
Why do you wish join the Stop TB Partnership: Network with other partners
 
Are you a member of a Stop TB national partnership: No
Are you in contact with your national TB programme: Yes
Please tell us how your organization is contributing to your country's national TB control plan:
We are currently working in Michika, one of the Local Government Areas of Adamawa State, monitoring TB activities and supervising community TB volunteers. We are working in partnership with Health Alive Foundation, a sub-recipient of the global fund.
 

Geographical Reach

Which country is your headquarters located in: Nigeria
Which WHO region is the main focus of your work: African
Which countries do you do operate in:
(This includes countries you are conducting activities in)
Nigeria

Specializations

Advocacy

Specializations in Countries

Advocacy Nigeria

Contribution

Please tell us how your organization will contribute to the Global Plan to Stop TB by briefly describing its involvement in any of the areas of work listed below:

TB Care Delivery:
Our organization plans to contribute to the Global Plan to Stop TB by engaging care-givers and empowering people with TB and their communities. One of the most important reasons for involving communities in TB control is to make it easier for poor and vulnerable groups to access TB services. The effective empowerment of communities succeeds in addressing economic, social and cultural barriers and geographical isolation. If people affected by TB can be involved in designing, planning and implementing control strategies, their concerns and the daily difficulties they face will be better reflected.

Public stigma is often the reason people with TB do not seek diagnosis or care. Improved public education and awareness-raising initiatives about what causes TB, how it is transmitted and whether it can be cured can help to mitigate the stigma, not only among health-care workers but also among the general public.

Engaging all care providers in TB care and control through public–private mix (PPM) approaches and promoting the International Standards for Tuberculosis Care (ISTC) are among the core components of the global Stop TB Strategy and this is now widely accepted as integral and essential to achieving universal access to quality TB care.
We believe that by targeting at least one community every year this will help in no small way to DOTS Expansion and Expansion in Adamawa State, Nigeria.

Declaration

Declaration of interests:
No conflicts of interest were delacred.

Application date: October 5, 2012
Last updated: October 5, 2012