About Us





Center for Public Health, Umuahia Abia State Nigeria

The Centre for Public Health (CPH) is a non-governmental, not-for-profit, non-political, non-religious organization registered in the USA and operates in developing countries that was realized in 1997. It seeks to enlighten the public about HIV/AIDS. It does this through seminars, radio broadcasts, advocacy campaigns, etc. It also wishes to reduce the mortality rate from infectious diseases and to tackle the burden of cancer in Nigeria by creating awareness about the disease.

Main activities

The Center for Public Health  has the following goals:
  • to support the people living with HIV/AIDS,
  • to provide health education to all the students in developing countries,
  • to retrain health workers to achieve the millennium development goals, and
  • to raise funds to equip the rural health centers and other health institutions.

Links to the health workforce crisis

CPH's main focus of its HRH work is mainly on the advocacy, country work, volunteering for the rural health centers and capacity building/training for rural health workers. It also conducts research to review the health system.

 This is an organization established with the goal of reducing high mortality rates in developing count
Awards
       SPECIAL CONSULTATIVE STATUS TO ECOSOC, UNITED NATIONS