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WHO WE ARE
KNCV Nigeria is a National Non-Governmental Organization dedicated to the fight against Tuberculosis and other diseases of public health concern in Nigeria.
WHAT WE DO
KNCV Nigeria has remained committed to its vision to be globally recognized as a center of excellence for the prevention and control of Tuberculosis and other diseases of public health concern in Nigeria.
— OUR VISION
A globally recognized center of excellence for the prevention and control of Tuberculosis and other diseases of public health concern in Nigeria.
— OUR MISSION
To promote and support the prevention and control of TB and other diseases of public health concern in Nigeria through the implementation of innovative and evidence informed disease control strategies.
— KNCV Nigeria Values
Integrity— We are trusted by the communities we serve.
Our commitment to excellence over the years has earned us a pride of place as a trusted source of high-quality programmatic evidence and knowledge in the field of public health.
Innovation — We explore all possibilities.
We are committed to seeking out novel approaches in all that we do – our operations, evidence generation and stakeholder engagements.
Partnerships — We are stronger together.
Our best results are realized from working collaboratively with partners at all levels. In each of our partnerships, we seek the best from each other as we work collaboratively to improve health outcomes.
Responsiveness — We act decisively.
We respond passionately and efficiently to the needs of those we serve, and constantly seek out new ways to serve them better.
Inclusion — We embrace diversity.
We recognize, respect and appreciate differences in age, gender, ethnicity, education, physical abilities, race, and religion among our respective stakeholders. Internally, we strive to achieve greater impact in the work we do by leveraging on the diversity within our workforce.
A world free of TB!
Stigma and discrimination are recognized as some of the most commonly identified barriers to fight the TB epidemic. Reducing TB stigma is therefore essential because it hinders care seeking, tracing infected contacts, outbreak investigations, treatment initiation, adherence and quality of care.