Partnership for Improving Reviving Routine Immunisation in Northern Nigeria (PRRINN) is a £30 million eight year (2006-2014) health programme focused on improving Routine Immunisation in Northern Nigeria. It is funded by DFID
The joint major partners in implementing this programme are Health Partners International (HPI), Save the Children UK, and GRID.
This project uses GRID as the prime Nigerian partner. GRID therefore played the major role in establishing the Nigerian offices, sourcing and employing the Nigerian staff, and providing financial management (cross-cutting) backstopping across all the technical outputs of the programme. This has included setting up accounting systems within the health sector at all levels, and operationalising systems for ensuring sustainable drug supply at health facilities.