Month: October 2021

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is now available at our facility.

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is now available at our facility.

Latest Update Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is now available at our facility. To access this service please visit our office: 8 Yabo Close, Off Yawuri Street, Garki II⁠ You can also send an email: info@icarh.org for further information. ⁠ ⁠ PrEP is highly effective in preventing the sexual transmission of HIV. For PrEP to work well, […]

HEY, ARE YOU WORRIED ABOUT YOUR MENTAL HEALTH?⁠

HEY, ARE YOU WORRIED ABOUT YOUR MENTAL HEALTH?⁠

Latest Update HEY, Are you worried about your mental health?⁠ Online screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. ⁠⁠⁠ Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common and treatable, yes, recovery is possible. ⁠⁠⁠⁠ Click the image to […]

Don’t get an unwanted gift this Valentine’s Day

Don’t get an unwanted gift this Valentine’s Day

Blog Posts Don’t get an unwanted gift this Valentine’s Day Valentine’s Day is just a couple of days away, and it is considered the most romantic day of the year. It also has significance on the world’s economy, as  retailers who cater to that market witness a huge boost, because people spend more money buying […]

My Coming Out Story; Conversion Therapy and Religion.

My Coming Out Story; Conversion Therapy and Religion.

Blog Posts My Coming Out Story; Conversion Therapy and Religion. When people talk about conversion therapy, the most predominant form where I come from is religious conversion. If you’re a young, queer person who is no more in the closet in Nigeria, chances are that at some point, your family must have put you through […]

Forbidden Waters

Forbidden Waters

Blog Posts Forbidden Waters By, Great Omoraka She came back home to find her 17-year-old son, butt naked on the couch in the living room, having sex with another boy. She stood transfixed for a few seconds, staring at them, her eyes glassy, like the still surface of a pond. “Erm… mummy…it’s… it’s… Erm…” Her […]

Friday’s Dilemma

Friday’s Dilemma

Blog Posts Friday’s Dilemma By, Fatima Okhuosami Friday Omokhudu Jimoh’s tale of woes began not as everybody thought, at the peak of noon on one of the hottest days of December when he dragged his feet towards the bleak cubicle inhabited by Prophet Jeremiah of Tabernacle of Blessings: Centre for miracles, healing and breaking of […]

My Ticket

My Ticket

Blog Posts My Ticket By, Clinton Mabilo I worry because of how I feel. I don’t know if I will ever be accepted because of my secret. I can’t breathe too deeply because I could be exposed at any time, and made to carry my shame. I am afraid because I would be lost in […]

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