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.
- To promote sexual and reproductive rights at the community, state, and national levels.
- To provide sexual and reproductive health care services as well as comprehensive health care and support services to marginalized groups in society.
- To advocate for and promote fundamental human rights and health needs of marginalized persons in society.
- To promote behavioral change among community members to foster positive change and positive attitudes.
- To set up support mechanisms for people living under abusive conditions, especially people living with HIV/AIDS, survivors of sexual violence, and others affected by human rights violations.
- To network and collaborate with other CSOs and NGOs to facilitate access to information and health care services for Most At-Risk Populations (MARPs) and other vulnerable groups in society, regardless of their place of habitation.
- To help the poor and less privileged in society.
- To provide food, clothing, and shelter for those most in need.
- To give general assistance to people affected by disaster through the global community initiative.
- To provide free medical services for the less privileged.