WELLBEING FOUNDATION AFRICA CONCLUDES ALIVE AND THRIVE INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAM: DONATES SPECIALIST TRANSITION EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS TO LAGOS AND KADUNA STATE HEALTH FACILITIES
"The Wellbeing Foundation Africa's Abuja Mission welcomes the United Nations Interagency Task Force UNATF High-Level Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs) / Tuberculosis Joint Programming Mission to Nigeria - Urges Strong Workplan To Beat NCDs, Stop TB"
Nigeria's pioneer women and children's health non-profit, the Wellbeing Foundation Africa has welcomed the United Nations Interagency Task Force UNATF on High-Level Non Communicable Diseases and Tuberculosis Joint Programming Mission to Nigeria - Urges Strong Workplan To Beat NCDs, Stop TB.
World Cancer Day 2020 - The Wellbeing Foundation Africa Welcomes WHO Report On Cancer: Congratulates Dr Moeti, WHO AFRO Director on Re-Election
On World Cancer Day 2020, The Wellbeing Foundation Africa has welcomed the publication and release of the WHO Report on Cancer - " Setting Priorities, Investing Wisely, And Providing Care For All."
Wellbeing Foundation Africa Statement on WHO Declaration of Novel Coronavirus Public Health Emergency and of International Concern.
Along with the global health community, The Wellbeing Foundation Africa has taken note of the WHO declaration of a public health emergency of international concern over the global outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus.
Wellbeing Foundation Africa Mourns Dr Peter Salama, WHO Executive Director For Universal Health Coverage - Life Course
H.E. Toyin Saraki, Founder-President of Nigeria's Wellbeing Foundation Africa has expressed sincere condolences to the World Health Organisation Director-General Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus, on the sudden death of Dr Peter Salama, WHO Executive Director For Universal Health Coverage - Life Course, announced on Friday 24th January, 2020.In a statement released on 25th January 2020, Mrs Toyin Saraki stated: