Our vision is a Healthy and Productive Society in a sustainable environment
Empowering vulnerable communities and transforming lives - Join us in creating a brighter future for all by supporting our innovative projects and programs that promote health, education, economic empowerment, and social well-being.
African Community and Environmental health Initiative (ACE-Hi) is a non-profit making, non-political, non- religious and non-governmental organization (NGO) established as a Community Based Organization in 1997 and registered as ACE-Hi in 2011 with the Corporate Affairs Commission of Nigeria.
Projects we are focusing on
ECR/USAID (EDUCATION CRISIS RESPONSE PROJECT)
Provide access to quality, protective basic education for out of school internally displaced persons children, youth and adolescent girls.
MEDA/GAC (MENNONITE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATES)
It leverage public and private funding to advance social enterprises around the world that are positively impacting social, environmental and governance challenges in their communities.
Quality, not quantity
To collaboratively provide strategic Socio-economic information and service for improved quality of life in target communities
Strengthening Community Response on Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health
CE-Hi is working in partnership with UNICEF on a project focused on improving reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health (RMNCAH) outcomes in Misau Local Government of Bauchi State. The project involves community outreach to the 16 wards of Misau Local Government, engaging with existing community groups such as mama-to-mama members, ward development committees, OIC, and CEFPs to identify their challenges and provide support to strengthen community response on RMNCAH issues.
Improving the Health and Well-being of OVC in Bauchi State through ICHSSA4 Project
ACE-Hi, a sub-grantee of Pro-Health International (PHI), is implementing the Integrated Child Health and Social Services Award (ICHSSA4) project in Bauchi State, Nigeria. The project focuses on enrolling children and households affected by HIV and providing them with comprehensive services to build resilience and graduate from the program. The project aims to graduate 90% of enrolled children and transition the remaining 10% to other programs by year 5. The interventions will be evidenced-based, culturally sensitive, age-appropriate, integrated, and gender-responsive. The project empowers communities to advocate for child-friendly services and child rights, and local and state governments are supported to have stronger systems for effective coordination, monitoring, and mobilization of resources for the care of OVC.