Who We Are
Advocacy campaign of The Wellbeing Foundation Africa
#MaternalMonday is a simple and effective advocacy campaign of The Wellbeing Foundation Africa to remind and encourage mothers and their healthcare givers that for a safe and healthy pregnancy and delivery, every mother should deliver her baby in a properly equipped medical facility, attended by a skilled and qualified midwife with access to appropriate medical referral to a doctor and/or surgeon.
#MaternalMonday Delivers traction in maternal newborn and child health goals from pregnancy, post-natal periods to newborn nurturing, infant and child birth registration, immunization, breastfeeding and nutrition, from point of pregnancy up till adolescence and womanhood, including prevention of child marriage, retention of girls in education, and eradication of gender violence.Read more
Mamacare Antenatal Education
All pregnant women are welcome to attend The Wellbeing Foundation MamaCare Antenatal Education classes. Classes are led by a qualified midwife, held weekly. Partners and family members are welcome. The sessions will give pregnant women practical information, advice and support to help prepare for birth and care for their newborn.Read more
Who We Are
Meet Our Team
As Founder of The Wellbeing Foundation Africa, H.E., Mrs Toyin Saraki is a Nigerian leader & advocate for women’s & children’s health.
Amy Oyekunle is gender and development professional with experience in gender research, resource mobilization and donor relationship.
Good Health and Wellbeing
Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
Clean Water and Sanitation
Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
What We Do
All pregnant women are welcome to attend The Wellbeing Foundation MamaCare Antenatal Education classes. Classes are led by a qualified midwife, held weekly. Partners and family members are welcome.
Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care(EMONC). Obstetric emergencies are unpredictable and sudden. Successful management requires a rapid coordinated response by often ad hoc multi professional teams.
The Wellbeing Foundation Africa
From The Blog
This week as the United Nations marked International Youth Day, the Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA) took its pioneering PSHE and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) education programme to schoolchildren in Ogun State. The pilot, which took place over two days, educated 237 children at the Ogun State Summer Camp, before an anticipated roll-out across the state and throughout Nigeria.
This week the Wellbeing Foundation took its Adolescent Skills and Drills Personal, Social and Health Education Curriculum to Ogun State in Nigeria. Coming just after the United Nations marked International Youth Day, we piloted our newly-revised curriculum at the Ogun State Summer Camp to 237 children, with a focus on water, sanitation and hygiene – known as WASH.