Partnership/Membership/Collaboration/Networks

Partners:

  • Liliane Foundation – The Netherlands.

Since 2009, FFF has worked together with Liliane Foundation to provide holistic support to children with disabilities through Child Empowerment and Enabling Environment. Aside this, Liliane Foundation provides capacity strengthening to ensure quality service delivery to our clients.

Here is a donated bus by Liliane Foundation – MIVA in August 2016 as means of transportation to strengthen our work.

 

  • Hydrocephalus Association – USA

FFF became the first international community network http://www.hydroassoc.org/cause-view/community-network/

of the Hydrocephalus Association in 2013 following the attendance at the 2012 National conference on Hydrocephalus. Since then, the organizations have jointly held the bi-monthly support group meeting which holds inside the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, Lagos http://www.fesfaj-foundation.org/support-group/

 

Membership:

  • International Federation for spina bifida & hydrocephalus (IF) – Belgium

Following approval at the 2013 IF’s general assembly, FFF joined the international world-wide umbrella body for national & regional associations of people with spina bifida and hydrocephalus. Apart from leading the global awareness on spina bifida and hydrocephalus through world spina bifida & hydrocephalus day every 25th October, IF provides technical and material supports, networking as well as capacity strengthening for FFF http://www.ifglobal.org/en/who-we-are/members/africa/item/38-nigeria

 

Collaboration

  • Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Information Networking Equality (SHINE) – UK

Shine and FFF established links in 2013 through the International Federation for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus when the co-founder, Afolabi  Fajemilo attended the Shine AGM.

In 2015, Shine hosted three FFF’s staff for the Commonwealth Professional Fellowship Award in the UK. Shine supported the trio financially and capacity strengthening for the 3 months programme.

One of the outcomes from the fellowship programme was the commencement of a continence management care project. The project is being supported by Shine, Hub Cymru Africa and IF http://www.hubcymru.org/hub/healthrecipients.html

 

Networks:

  • Member – Nigeria Network of NGOs (NNNGOs)
  • Association of Orphan & Vulnerable Children Networks of Nigeria (AONN)