WBFA Dr. Natalia Kanem on being selected as the next Executive Director of the United Nations Population Fund
The Wellbeing Foundation Africa congratulates Dr. Natalia Kanem on being selected as the next Executive Director of the United Nations Population Fund
In Memoriam - Mrs Felicity Ukoko
The Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA) deeply regrets to announce the sudden loss of our dear colleague and friend, Mrs. Felicity Aliana Ukoko (née Mapuvire), who passed away on Sunday 15th October 2017.
Health Advisory for Monkeypox Disease
While it is unfortunate that a suspected viral disease, characterized by fever, skin eruptions and body pains, is afflicting people in some parts of Bayelsa State, in southern Nigeria.
WBFA MAMACARE PROGRAM PARTNERS AFRICA CLEAN UP INITIATIVE
Recognising the need to provide support and care for pregnant women and other women of childbearing age, especially those living in marginalised or low-income communities, The Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA), led by its Founder-President, Her Excellency Mrs. Toyin Ojora Saraki, partnered with Africa Clean Up Initiative on its finale event for the Beyond Waste Pregnant Women Engagement Workshop.
WELLBEING FOUNDATION AFRICA LEADS THE CHARGE FOR UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE AT UNGA 2017
The Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA), the continent's leading maternal and child health charity, is attending the 72nd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), this week in New York, where the Foundation’s team will continue their mission to increase investments in health infrastructure, while imploring national governments, the private sector and NGOs to commit to universal health coverage (UHC).
Her Excellency Mrs Toyin Ojora Saraki Goodwill Message At Launch Of "The Challenges Of Criminal Justice Administration In Nigeria, By The Rt. Hon Dr. Ali Ahmed, Honorable Speaker, Kwara State House Of Assembly
Your Excellencies,Distinguished Ladies and GentlemenI am honored to be here today, and to share this special moment and high point of Rt. Honourable Dr. Ali Ahmed’s career, and to share my admiration of his achievement, as a former classmate of the Nigeria Council of Legal Education's Law School Class of 1989.