Who We Are

About AGHI

Access to Good Health Initiative (AGHI) is a human rights/public health community based organization in Nigeria founded in January 2014. AGHI was born out of passion to reduce the prevalence of HIV and other STI amongst sexual minorities and other marginalized populations.
In 2015 AGHI was incorporated as a Nigerian non-governmental organization under the mentorship of Heartland Alliance Nigeria while implementing the Global Funds-EKPIN project in Enugu state Nigeria, this mentorship improved the organizational structure, governance, finance and project implementation.
AGHI uses social marketing, behavior change communication, research and documentation working in partnership with other rights based organizations. Through these efforts we reached the hard to reach populations with HIV and human rights interventions within the five states of South Eastern Nigeria working towards the realization of our vision. 
AGHI has grown into an implementing body involving health and human rights intervention for MSM and LGBTI persons. AGHI has her Headquarters in Enugu state Nigeria while her paralegals and other volunteers are operational in other states within the South Eastern zone (Abia, Imo, Anambra, Ebonyi and Enugu state). Without donor funding AGHI has implemented several interventions raging from STI treatment and referrals, condom sampling and distributions, HIV counseling and testing, human rights education, community outreaches, printing of IEC materials, monitoring and documentation of human rights violations amongst others


To improve human right and accessible health care for the vulnerable people through capacity building, advocacy, research and documentation.


To see a society where all human rights are guaranteed irrespective of people’s class, religion, sex, believes, gender identity and expression.


To achieve zero tolerance to human rights violation and new HIV/STI infections


  • To reduce the prevalence of HIV among Key Affected Populations
  • To minimize the spread and impact of STI among Key Populations
  • To ensure that sexual reproductive health and right issues are promoted
  • To drastically reduce discrimination and blackmail targeted at the Key Populations and other vulnerable persons.
  • To improve access to Anti-retroviral therapy, and other sexual reproductive health commodities.
  • To improve knowledge of Key Populations and their allies on fundamental human right.
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