Our Mission

Our Mission is to contribute to a healthy environment through delivery of high quality community and patient centered care within the framework of our National and Sustainable Development Goals.

Our Vision

Our Vision is to promote Maternal and Child Health while also working towards reducing the prevalence and socio-economic problems associated with HIV/AIDS, TB and Leprosy.

Our Specific Objectives

 Our specific objectives are:

  • To contribute towards improving maternal and child health in fragile areas of North-Eastern Nigeria
  • To improve the health status of victims of abuse, insurgency or terrorism and contribute to the improved education of the girl child in fragile areas of North-Eastern Nigeria
  • To contribute to reducing the burden and socio-economic problems associated with TB, HIV and Leprosy in North-Eastern Nigeria
  • To contribute to the control of Neglected Tropical Diseases among school children by
    promoting regular use of foot wear and deworming in North-Eastern Nigeria

Our Core Values

  • Transparency: We collectively face responsibilities to achieve our objectives. We act with openness, integrity and trust in our actions, transactions, judgments and communications.
  • Volunteerism: We believe in doing things voluntarily to help humanity without desire for gain. We rely on people who believe in our course and cherish our activities to achieve our goals.
  • Partnership: We strongly believe in strategic partnership, collaborations and networks with organizations, development partners, Governments, private sector, etc for the advancement of humanity
  • Believe in Self and in Course: We face any challenge that comes our way with seriousness. Fear of failure doesn’t stop us from doing our work. We believe in our course and our job with love and passion
  • Appreciation and Goodwill: We acknowledge any effort put forward by anybody in the realization of our goals. No system works in isolation, contributions and efforts are happily appreciated as we celebrate success together
  • Driving a commitments and encouraging wider adoption of various structures to fight againts diseases.

How we work

    We employ the following means to achieve our set objectives:
  • Strategic and Sustain Advocacy
  • Community Mobilization and Empowerment
  • Capacity building and strengthening
  • Service Delivery
  • Strategic behavioural change/Information, Education and Communication intervention
  • Local Ownership and Sustainability

Our Funding

Besides private donations, we have received funds from the following Donors/Organizations:

  • Global Fund Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) through Health Alive Foundation (HAF) for Community TB Care in 2014/2015
  • Victim Support Fund (VSF) to implement Foster Parenting Project in Adamawa State in 2016/2017
  • STOP TB Partnership’s Wave 5 TB REACH grant through Gombe State Agency for Control of AIDS for active TB and HIV case finding in IDP camps and Host Communities in Adamawa State in 2017/2018.
  • STOP TB Partnership’s Challenge Facility for Civil Society (CFCS) Round 8 Grant for active TB and HIV screening of Nomadic School children and communities in Adamawa State for the period 2018/2019

Our Partners

  • GFATM (Global Fund Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria)
  • Victim Support Fund
  • Gombe State Agency for Control of AIDS (GomSACA)
  • KNCV-Tuberculosis Foundation of Nigeria
  • STOP TB Partnership
    • TB REACH
    • Challenge Facility for Civil Society (CFCS)
  • JHF is a member of:
    • The STOP TB Partnership
    • Coalition of Civil Society Organization for Education in Nigeria (CSACEFA)
    • Adamawa State Humanitarian Services Coordination
    • Civil Society for the Eradication of Tuberculosis in Nigeria (TB Network)
    • Society for AIDS in Africa (SAA)
    • Innovation for Change – Africa (a global coalition of Civil Society Organizations
      aiming to recover Civil Society space)

Our Team

Janna Health Foundation is made up of a team of professionals, support staff and volunteers who manage its day-to-day operations. Janna Health Foundation is headquartered at Jay & Jay Multi-Services, first floor suit No 2 Gibson Jalo Way Army Barrack Road Jimeta, Yola and has branches in Taraba State (Jolly Nyame Stadium Complex) and Gombe State.

Hard Work

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Compassion

Good Decisions

Board of Trustees (BoT)

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