THE WELLBEING GROUP
The Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA) is the premier maternal, newborn, and child health group in Africa, one of the first registered non-profit organisations in Nigeria, and the anchor of the greater Wellbeing Group.
The Wellbeing Group operates collaboratively to deliver upon three of the aspirational United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG): SDG Three: Better Health and Wellbeing, SDG Five: Gender Equality, and SDG Six: Clean water and Sanitation. The Wellbeing Foundation Africa was founded in 2004 by Her Excellency Mrs Toyin Ojora Saraki. WBFA holds offices in both Abuja and Lagos, Nigeria and is strategically expanding into key markets across Africa, the United Kingdom and United States. Since the foundation of the Wellbeing Group, WBFA’s focus encompasses in-country implementation of programs, community engagement, advocacy policy, and business development and strategy.
The programs and directions conceived by WBFA inform all other projects and scopes of WBUH &. Wellbeing for Women Africa. Wellbeing Universal Health (WBUH) is the social enterprise and charitable arm of the Wellbeing Group.
Through strategic partnership with leading global providers of maternal, newborn, and child health products, WBUH coordinates the dispatch and accessibility of life-saving resources to expectant and new mothers in Africa, with the intention of bridging the many gaps in health infrastructure.
Wellbeing for Women Africa, a UK-registered charity, is the global advocacy, strategy, and program development arm of the Wellbeing Group. Based in London, Wellbeing for Women Africa champions African priorities on a global platform with the understanding that, just as there are strengths in African communities, cultures and traditions that can be implemented outside the continent, so too can international strengths be brought into the African sphere.
Wellbeing for Women Africa translates grassroots objectives into global outcomes through coordination of international partnerships, research to innovative strategy towards UN SDGs Three, Five and Six, and the development of global-standard programs suitable for implementation in Africa.