ICAP reestablished work in Nigeria in 2019, providing technical support in HIV prevention, treatment, and care programming to the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH). ICAP’s in-country programming and technical support has increased in lockstep with the needs of the Ministry. Currently, ICAP is focusing on multiple aspects of HIV programming including: differentiated service delivery, recent infection surveillance, health informatics, and health systems strengthening.


COVID-19 Response Mechanism

  • Multi-Country,
  • current
Technical assistance (TA), coordination, and strategic management to the Ministry of Health and Sanitation to maximize the reach and impact of Global Fund COVID-19 Response Mechanism (C19RM) funded interventions aimed at mitigating the COVID-19 pandemic impact on the health system and essential health services/programs, especially HIV, TB, and malaria. In Nigeria, ICAP is providing TA ...

Reaching Impact, Saturation and Epidemic Control (RISE)

  • Multi-Country,
  • current
RISE is a 5-year global project designed to help countries achieve a shared vision of attaining and maintaining epidemic control, with stronger local partners capable of managing and achieving results with direct funding, and sustainable, self-reliant, and resilient health systems by 2024. RISE’s contributions to this work will lead to decreased HIV-related morbidity and mortality ...

The CQUIN Project for Differentiated Service Delivery

  • Multi-Country,
  • current
CQUIN is a multi-country learning network dedicated to improving differentiated service delivery (DSD) for people living with HIV. Launched in 2017 with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the network convenes health system leaders from countries in sub-Saharan Africa to participate in joint learning and information exchange, with the goal of fostering scale-up ...

Tracking with Recency Assays to Control the Epidemic (TRACE)

  • Multi-Country,
  • current
Disease surveillance to stop HIV transmission in its tracks. Remarkable progress has been made toward HIV epidemic control in some high-burden countries, but many gaps remain. Identifying people with undiagnosed HIV infection, especially those who have been recently infected, is essential to realize the individual benefit of rapid treatment initiation and to prevent HIV transmission to others. ...

ICAP in Nigeria

Program Start
  • 2018
Technical Areas
  •  HIV prevention
  • Epidemic control
  • Case finding
  • Care and treatment
  • Health systems strengthening
  • Health information systems
  • Technical assistance
Current Funders

  • Global Fund
  • The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Country Director

Adewale Akinjeji, MD, MBA

Dr. Adewale Akinjeji is the country director of ICAP in Nigeria. He joined ICAP in 2017 as the Technical Director for ICAP in Sierra Leone, where he oversaw a complex health system strengthening portfolio that consisted of projects focused on immunization, malaria, HIV/AIDS, QI, M&E, D4D, and infection prevention and control.

Prior to this role, Dr. Akinjeji was a technical officer in health systems strengthening at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Sierra Leone. In Nigeria, he has worked in various capacities at the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) and the Institute of Human Virology Nigeria (IHVN).

Dr. Akinjeji graduated from University of Ibadan Medical School and he also holds an MBA in International Health Care Management from the University of Aberdeen, UK.

Jobs in Nigeria 

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