Physicians (Doctors) for Social Justice (PSJ) is a non-profit community-based development organization registered with the government of Nigeria. PSJ was founded in 2004 by young physicians who witnessed firsthand, the devastating impact of poverty and disease on the rural poor in northern Nigeria.

Who We Are

PSJ is working to address health, and broader social justice issues affecting poor rural communities in northern Nigeria, while also strengthening their capacities to advocate for their rights, and to keep their women, children and young people healthy, while strengthening the capacities of marginalized rural communities .

How We Work

PSJ’s target groups are the most vulnerable populations in marginalized communities; women, children, young people, sex workers & people living with HIV/AIDS. PSJ currently serve a population of approximately 200,000 rural women, youths, children, & families affected by HIV/AIDS

Who We Support

PSJ’s work spans across 51 rural communities scattered across six local council areas (LGAs) in Niger and Kebbi States in northern Nigeria. Our sustainable grassroots projects help keep communities healthy and strengthen local capacity to deliver essential health services to their vulnerable populations.

Where We Work

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