Partnership/Membership/Collaboration/Networks

Partners:

  • Liliane Foundation – The Netherlands.

LF is an international organization that supports children and youngsters with disabilities in developing countries. The partnership of LF and FFF is dated back to 2009.  LF provides a yearly grant to FFF for direct support to our target children and youngsters in a holistic way which leads to their empowerment and as well as creating enabling environment.  LF also supports the capacity strengthening of FFF’s staff to ensure quality service delivery to our clients.

In August 2016, LF in conjunction with MIVA oneMen donated a 15 seater bus to FFF towards improved and better service delivery

 

  • Hydrocephalus Association – USA

After the attendance of FFF’s founders of the 12th National Conference on Hydrocephalus by the Hydrocephalus Association (HA) in Maryland U.S.A., FFF became the first international community network of the U.S. Association in 2013. Since then, the organizations have both partnered in support group programme with a yearly grant from HA. Learn more about our support group, click the link: http://www.fesfaj-foundation.org/support-group/

 

Membership:

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

IF, is the international worldwide umbrella body for national & regional associations of people with spina bifida and hydrocephalus. IF leads its member associations in the yearly World Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus day every 25th October, FFF became a member of IF in 2013.  In May 2016, FFF and IF signed a partnership on a project titled “NO ONE LEFT BEHIND”. The project which runs untill June 2019, seeks to ensure that children with spina bifida and hydrocephalus (SBH) and their families have the skills and knowledge necessary for fully participating in society, with emphasis on the right to health and education. …Read more

 

Collaboration

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

Shine is the national charity for people living with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Shine and FFF established links in 2013 when the co-founder, Afolabi  Fajemilo attended the annual general meeting (AGM) of the UK charity organization.

In 2015, Shine was the host organization to three FFF’s staff on Commonwealth Fellowship Programme. During the 3-month stay, Shine provided capacity building for the trios in NGO governance, health campaigns, support group, fund raising programme development etc.  One major outcome of the programme was the partnership between Shine and FFF on Continence Management project in Lagos, Nigeria. …Read more

 

Networks:

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