ICTHARAE implemented the CDC project titled (Integrated MARPS HIV prevention Program IMHIPP) in partnership with Heathland Alliance International (HAI)

This project was implimented within the six local government area councils of the federal capital territory in 2015 through September 2018. The project was designed to provide the key population community with HIV counselling and testing, STI screenings and referrals, monthly client support groups, drugs refile, distribution of prevention commodities such as condoms, lubricant and prep, condoms demonstration, client tracking and retention of client in care, referrals for ART, reporting and documentation of GBV Advocacy to stakeholders and training of paralegals.


ICTHARAE implemented the CDC funded project titled (ACHIEVE) under direct implementation with the Institute of Human Virology of Nigeria (IHVN) through Heartland Alliance Nigerian (HAIN).

The project provided the key population community members in the FCT with HIV counselling and testing, STI screenings and referrals, monthly client support groups meeting, drugs refile, distribution of prevention commodities such as condoms, lubricant and prep, condoms demonstration, client tracking and retention of client in care and viral load sample collection.


ICTHARAE implemented the US Ambassadors small grant in partnership with the US Embassy of Nigeria through September 2018 through 2019

The project was used to train health care services providers, law enforcement agencies, in the FCT on the fundamental human rights of key and vulnerable populations, this project provided sensitization training for the MSM and TG community on their fundamental and human rights, also, used to provide economic empowerment for the community members creating job opportunities and enabling environment for the key populations community members in the FCT,Abuja Nigerian. Community members in the FCT still enjoys enabling environments as regards access to health care services without stigma and discrimination due to gender identity and sexual orientation, some community members who participated in the economic empowerment training are currently doing well in their business given employment opportunities to other community members in need.


ICTHARAE partnered with APIN Public Health Initiative as the Sub recipient and Society for Family Health as Principal recipient on the Global Fund project in Taraba State, 2019 through 2021.

The project was designed to provide the key population community with HIV counselling and testing, STI screenings and referrals, monthly client support groups meeting, drugs refile, distribution of prevention commodities such as condoms, lubricant and prep, condoms demonstration, client tracking and retention of client in care, referrals for ART, reporting and documentation of GBV Advocacy to stakeholders, training of paralegals and provision of pro bono lawyers.


ICTHARAE, in 2020 through 2021 was funded by ISDAO, a West African Activist Grant organization.

The fund was used to strengthen staff capacities on designing a strategic advocacy tool and strengthening grassroots community members on their fundamental human rights and how to report abuse of fundamental human rights in Taraba State of Nigerian.


International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), domiciled at Paris, France funded ICTHARAE in 2020.

The fund provided a three months temporary relocation of the executive director of ICTHARAE during an emergency, the fund was also used to provide a temporary safe space out of location for the management staff of the organization and frontline workers of ICTHARAE during the same emergency.


ICTHARAE was funded by APIN Public Health Initiative on the PEPFAR CDC grant to provide the MSM and TG community members  in Ondo state with HIV counselling and testing.

In March 2021, ICTHARAE extended its community service work to Ondo State of Nigeria. This time, ICTHARAE was funded by APIN Public Health Initiative on the PEPFAR CDC grant to provide the MSM and TG community members  in Ondo state with HIV counselling and testing, STI screenings and referrals, monthly client support groups meeting, drugs refile, distribution of prevention commodities such as condoms, lubricant and prep, condoms demonstration, client tracking and retention of client in care, referrals for ART, reporting and documentation of GBV Advocacy to stakeholders, training of paralegals and provision of pro bono lawyers, this project is a five years project still on going.


ICTHARAE, was funded by ISDAO on the love Alliance grant in 2021 through 2022.

The project is to Improve Policy Environment, funding and implementation of Key-Population focused SRH Services in the Health Sector at the national level, and Knowledge of SRH Rights among LGBTIQ Persons in FCT and Taraba States.