Georgetown Global Health Nigeria (GGHN) is a locally led entity registered in Nigeria in 2019 and staffed by local professionals with extensive experience in implementing African public health programs since 2004. Attributable contributions of these staff span clinical, epidemiological, and research fields and include strengthening health systems to provide antiretroviral therapy to more than 1.5 million PLHIV and providing leadership support to conduct epidemiological surveys. GGHN is founded by Georgetown University Center for Global Health Practice and Impact in Nigeria and a part of its global network that collaboratively implements diverse projects in Nigeria, Cameroon, Eswatini, Kenya, Tanzania, and Haiti through multiple funding from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (US CDC), United States Agency for International Development (USAID), The Global Fund, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, United States Centers for Disease Control Foundation, etc. GGHN has expanded its core expertise through these projects to include integrated service delivery, program evaluation, surveys, Global Health Security, and Health Information Management.