Covid 19 is affecting all of us
We are still working
Enugu has so far seen over 200 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with the numbers still rising steadily. Very early on our office took preventive measures to stop the spread of the virus. We closed down intermittently but have recently reopened with a drastically reduced number of persons working from the office. However, amidst these current challenges, we are still committed to helping those in need – now more than ever. Since visits to the field have been restricted, we have remotely and yet continuously stayed in touch with our clients and partners in the field.
Learn more about our latest news related to COVID-19.
These are our security measures to protect our clients and personell
Physical distancing remains one of the most effective ways to curb the spread of COVID-19. Therefore, all contacts with colleagues and clients now have to be virtual. For the absolute necessary physical contacts, personal protective equipment, such as face masks, hand sanitizers and hand gloves are being used.
This is how you can help us help the especially vulnerable and most endangered people
With your donation we supply food materials and financial aid to people who are already affected by diseases and disabilities and are therefore most at risk of COVID-19.
Your support enables us to provide personal protective equipment to health workers in different states of Nigeria who are on a daily basis presented with several potential COVID-19 cases.
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Who we are
For the health of Naija
RedAid Nigeria is a young Nigerian non-governmental organisation. Our mission is to provide healthcare services to indigent people affected by neglected tropical diseases and other diseases associated with poverty and their consequences such as disabilities. We focus on health in a holistic approach and enable Nigerians with impairments to (re)gain control of their lives.
RedAid Nigeria is a sister organization to German Leprosy and TB Relief Association (GLRA) which has 50+ years of experience in the Nigerian healthcare and rehabilitation sector.
TB Reach Wave 9
Catalyzing improvements in DRTB Care in Nigeria: A sustainable patient-centered approach.
The project is being implemented in 2 states of Southern Nigeria, namely, Akwa Ibom and Lagos States.
Right Call 1 Project
Transforming the prevention and treatment of leprosy and Bulli ulcers in low and middle income countries. The research covers Ebonyi, Cross-Rivers, Anambra, Abia, Ondo and Ogun States in Nigeria.
Hackathon Audiopedia Project
This project is targeting illiterate women and girls in Southeast Nigeria to increase access to audio files of health/development messages (e.g. gender-based violence).
Let’s Consider the Challenge That Remains. Yes! We can end TB!
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY, IWD, 2023. “DigitAll: Innovation and technology for gender equality.”
Self-Care Practice, a must: Not an option.
Don’t Neglect: Invest in Neglected Tropical Diseases!
Act Now! Celebrating World Leprosy Day.
A pathway to the year, 2023.
Nigeria has a population of about 200 million people. A majority lives under dire living conditions and suffer from a variety of health problems:
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