Founded in 2015, registered with cac on 16th of April 2016 CHIYN Nigeria seeks to advocate for, educate, and empower sexual minorities, with a focus on Nigeria’s LGBTI community.


To lead the provision of effective and sustainable intervention in at-risk populations. To address the physical, psychological, and economic impact of HIV and AIDS among men who have sex with men (‘MSM’) and other vulnerable populations, through information sharing, peer education, advocacy, capacity building, economic empowerment and psychological support.


A Nigeria where every MSM and other vulnerable population will have access to quality and comprehensive health care services, free from all forms of stigma and discrimination on the basis of age, sex, gender, socioeconomic status, orientation, and HIV status.


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Head office : plot 26 sector f, Lugbe airport road Abuja, Nigeria. Branch office: behind Ahmadu Bello Plaza Shiroro road Minna Niger State Nigeria

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#epiclovetalkInternational Day of the African Child was set aside to raise awareness of the importance of education for children in Africa. The day not only honours the participants of the Soweto Uprising in 1976 but also raises awareness of the imperative need for improvement of the education of African children. International Day of the African Child is celebrated on the 16th of June every year to highlight the economic strifes suffered by these children and the adverse effects it has on their right to good education in the country.

#epiclovetalkHuman immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a virus that attacks the immune system, the body’s natural defense against disease. If left untreated, HIV can weaken the immune system so much that it can no longer fight infection. This late stage of the virus, known as AIDS, can be deadly.HIV is a serious condition that can affect people of all ages, genders and sexual orientations.Here’s the good news: detecting HIV and getting treatment is easier today than ever before. People living with the virus can have long, healthy and happy lives.Let’s take a look at the importance of HIV testing and what benefits it can provide.Taking an HIV test is the only way to know if you have the virus. Because symptoms of AIDS can take years to develop, it’s essential to get tested even if you feel fine. Knowing your HIV status whether you test positive or negative for the disease is a vital step in getting treatment and preventing the disease from spreading.HIV spreads from person to person through bodily fluids like blood and semen. This means that some of the most common ways people contract HIV are through unprotected sex and sharing needles during drug use. If you’ve engaged in these behaviors with someone whose HIV status is unknown, it’s important to get tested. Once you know your status, you can get treatment and take steps to avoid spreading HIV to others.

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