Nigeria @ 60: Revitalising the Primary Healthcare system – A critical strategy to Universal Health Coverage
“Health and wellbeing” This has been the dictum of the Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA) since inception, since the sudden preventable death of a young toddler in the arms of its President-Founder and Devex Global ‘health-for-all’ champion, H. E. Toyin Ojora Sarak
International Universal Health Coverage Day: The Wellbeing Foundation Africa’s Commitment to a Whole-System Approach to Health for All
UHC – Making 'Health for All' a Reality
In my role as the Founder-President of The Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA), I have dedicated 13 years to ensuring that mothers and children have full access to the health services and social support that they require; when pregnant, during childbirth and in those critical early days and months once a baby is born.
Let’s not tiptoe around the topic of FGM
In observance of the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation on 6th February 2018, we are pleased to feature a piece by a women leader in global health, Her Excellency Mrs Toyin Ojora Saraki, about the work she is doing to champion accessible and affordable healthcare for everyone through her organisation the Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA).
Davos: On the path towards gender equality
Gender equality made it to the top of the global agenda at the World Economic Forum. Now we must also look for solutions.
Philanthropist Toyin Saraki on her mission to end maternal mortality
Toyin Saraki never saw her baby who died. At first, when she asked to see the second of her twin girls, Saraki was told she’d been taken to another hospital. Even now — 25 years on — she doesn’t know where the baby is buried.