Education and Gender Equality
Education transforms lives and is at the heart of Faith Clinic Foundation’s mission to build peace, eradicate poverty and drive sustainable development. It is a human right for all throughout life
Building a Better World is Possible
At Faith Clinic Foundation, we believe a better world is possible—and to build it, communities need to be in the driver’s seat of change. Whether your job is business management or medical doctor, at Faith Clinic Foundation, you will be united and ignited by supporting changemakers in Nigeria and the globe.
Global hunger isn’t inevitable.
Migrants and refugees don’t need to live in fear and uncertainty. See what kind of world you can build together with FCF.
Health in Emergencies
Our strategy focuses on evidence-based, cost-effective preventive practices that address the primary causes of maternal and child mortality and illness. Our core emphasis is on pregnant women, newborns and children under the age of two because the greatest burden of mortality, illness and undernutrition lies in these groups.
Faith Clinic Foundation is committed to sustainable health by working at household, community and national levels.
Faith Clinic Foundation responds to Several types of emergencies:
Disease Outbreak/Epidemics: Airborne / person to person (Influenza, Meningitis, Measles, Ebola / Marburg); Waterborne (Cholera & AWD / ABD, Poliomyelitis, Typhoid, Leptospirosis); Vector (Dengue Fever, Zika, Yellow fever, Malaria, Leishmaniasis
Faith Clinic Foundation Relief Action Movement
Join a Community of Changemakers
Have you ever wondered, “What can I do to make our world a better place? How can I make a difference?”
Faith Clinic Foundation relief action movement are transforming the communities. As part of a movement across the Nigeria, thousands are taking meaningful action through FCF campaigns to eradicate global poverty and injustice. Adults and university and high school students take our campaign work further by engaging their communities in advocacy and community giving to make a difference. The world’s problems are big and complex, but when we come together in faith and action our impact knows no bounds
In our work, we seek to address Three Delays that contribute to maternal mortality:
(i) delays in the decision to seek care;
(ii) delays in women being able to reach care and
(iii) delay in receiving care.
We also acknowledge that obstacles to reducing maternal mortality exist at the health policy level in both developing countries and in the international development policies of governments that give aid. Obstacles can often include a lack of financing for maternal health provision, a lack of family planning services and limited focus on recruitment and training of midwives.
In order to address these challenges, we advocate for change with a variety of decision makers and in a variety of ways. We believe strongly that advocacy should be based on the reality of pregnant women’s lives and seek to share their stories directly where we can.
Local level advocacy – in community health centres and regional Government Offices
In the communities and states where we work, our staff and volunteers work closely with colleagues in hospitals and health centres to improve health planning provision so that women can receive the best care available within the existing budgets. It is also at this level that our clinical advisors (midwives and doctors) promote an integrated approach to the three delays model which places equal emphasis on all three areas.
National level advocacy
We also aim to have good links with Ministry of Health Officials in capital cities. These links allow us to align our work with the plans of the government, collaborate with them on addressing gaps and develop a relationship that promotes on-going learning of good practice lessons that can be used in other parts of the country
Save Mothers Life During Childbirth
Having a baby should be a time of great joy and hope. But every year across the world 287,000 women die in pregnancy and childbirth
Maternal haemorrhage is the third most likely cause of death for women in low income countries (World Health Organisation, 2008) Malaria as a Cause of Severe Anaemia in Pregnancy Malaria infection in pregnancy is a major cause of maternal death, maternal anemia, and adverse pregnancy outcome. Support our camping against malaria infection today
Health is a key factor in the growth of human capital, in disaster reduction and social stability. As part of its fundamental mission, FCF contributes to the prevention of human displacement through advocacy and technical co-operation for sustainable health development. Equity of access to health services and preventive care are essential to the reductions
When you give, you help farmers, refugees, mothers and children all around the world. This is a critical time for everyone—especially for the world’s most vulnerable. When you donate to FCF today, your gift can go eight times as far to help those suffering around the world