Wellbeing Foundation Africa partners with Medela Cares to Improve the Use of Human Milk for Lactation Care and Feeding in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Medela Cares together with Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA) has launched a strategic initiative designed to address the challenge of infants admitted into the NICU who are unable to follow the traditional breastfeeding journey in Nigeria. As part of Medela's Global NICU QI initiative, the project is a recognized joint commitment to the UN's Every Women Every Child Initiative (EWEC).
The WHO and other global maternal health partners have recommended that Skilled Health Personnel are trained to have competencies to provide Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care. The State of the Worlds Midwifery 2021 report calls for investments into midwifery education.
The Delivery Due Date! Wellbeing Foundation Africa closes out on first of its kind EmONC up-skilling program with global partners Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) and Johnson and Johnson (JnJ) Nigeria
On the 31st day of May 2021, Her Excellency Toyin Ojora Saraki’s Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA) officially closed out on a first of its kind six-year state-wide training program, propelling Nigeria into a solid trajectory of improving the availability and quality Of Maternal And Newborn Care through Emergency Obstetric Newborn Care (EmONC) health care worker training.
Wellbeing Foundation Africa launches partnerships with women and youth groups to strengthen support for interventions at community level
On Tuesday February 2, 2021, the Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA) launched the Wellbeing Foundation Africa Wash for Wellbeing Clean Nigeria Women and Youth Community Leaders and Champions Initiative. The initiative is designed to build the leadership of women and youths at the community level to be decisionmakers and owners of interventions aimed at improving their wellbeing.
WBFA set to put the ‘mobile’ in mobilization as the Foundation launches WhatsApp Chatbot to champion continuum of care.
In 2020, the onset of a global pandemic saw the world’s efforts to transition communities into a more digitized way of living, suddenly needing to be accelerated. As the promise of technology became an increased reality for many organisations and services, the Wellbeing Foundation Africa continued accordingly, modifying its existing contribution to round-the-clock care for women and their babies, in digital form.