Press Release 2016

Wednesday, October 26, 2016 - 11:15

Today, Founder-President of the Wellbeing Foundation Africa, Toyin Saraki delivered the afternoon Keynote Speech at the Cambridge-Africa Day hosted by the University of Cambridge, Emmanuel College. Cambridge-Africa Day brings together leaders in African research partnerships and projects to showcase their collaborations and research on the topics of conservation, anthropology, and mental and maternal health and wellbeing.  

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 12:45

The Founder and President of the Wellbeing Foundation Africa was recognised and awarded the title of Ambassador of Nigerian Women by the Al Itqon Islamic Society of Nigeria last weekend in Ilorin Kwara State, at a ceremony marking Islamic New Year.

Saturday, October 15, 2016 - 16:30

In a statement coinciding with the publication of a new global survey by the WHO, International Confederation Of Midwives, and the White Ribbon Alliance Global, H.E Toyin Saraki, ICM Global Goodwill Ambassador and Founder, the Wellbeing Foundation Africa has said:

Thursday, October 13, 2016 - 16:45

Founder-President of the Wellbeing Foundation Africa, HE Toyin Saraki offered the following statement after the news that 21 Chibok girls were released by Boko Haram to the Nigerian government.

Thursday, October 13, 2016 - 10:30

In marking the 5th International Day of the Girl Child, the Wellbeing Foundation Africa Founder-President HE Toyin Saraki said:  "Today, we have had the privilege of hearing 2500 individual voices, 2500 dreams, and 2500 life stories from girls across hundreds of backgrounds at our three Day Of The Girl workshops held across Nigeria, in Kwara, Abuja and Lagos States, in an incredibly diverse and energising  universality to incubate and activate the potential of girls  - and the world needs more.  
These 2500 girls, and their voices, lives and aspirations are the lucky ones, for they are pursing their education in our nation, where an estimated 10.6 million children remain out of school, as invisible children.