Mission . Vision . Core Value

Our Mission:

  • FFF is strongly committed to providing accurate strategic information on SBH and other types of disabilities for the purpose of raising public awareness and enlightenment.
  • The Foundation commits to providing and/or linking persons with SBH and other types of disabilities to free or highly subsidized quality services across critical sectors such as health, education, rehabilitation, vocation, transport, assistive technologies, etc.
  • FFF shall maintain a strong and visible position as a major advocacy organization on the rights of persons with SBH and other types of disabilities; pushing for disability-inclusive legal, policy and institutional frameworks; disability-sensitive attitudes and behaviours; global best practices, standards, and systems; as well as physical and all forms of accessibilities

Our Vision:

FFF envisions a Nigeria where people with SBH and other forms of disabilities enjoy equal rights and live a fulfilled and productive life without any form of abuse, discrimination, and exclusion.

Goal:

To improve the standard of living for all persons with SBH and other forms of disabilities by strengthening legal, policy and institutional frameworks, as well as promote positive public attitude.

Core Values:

FFF upholds the following core values which serves as ethical standards and principles which must be met by all its policies, programs, and activities—

Care: We ensure that all the Foundation’s programs and activities are delivered with all sense of compassion, affection, empathy, understanding, absolute confidentiality, trust, and a strong commitment to physical and emotional security.

High Self Esteem: We understand that due to prolonged discrimination, neglect and abuse, persons with SBH and other types of disabilities could drift into the state of low self-esteem. FFF ensures that all its policies, programs and activities deliberately protect and promotes fundamental rights, empowerment, self-confidence, independence, and personal fulfilment of persons with SBH and other types of disabilities.

Equal Opportunities and Diversity: We ensure that all FFF’s policies, programs and activities recognizes, respects, and actively responds to all fundamental human rights and all forms of human diversity including age, gender, disabilities, religion, race, and socio-cultural background.

Total Access and Inclusion: FFF believes strongly in the principle of universal designs for all its policies, programs, and activities. Through this, the Foundation ensures reasonable accommodation for persons with SBH and other types of disabilities. FFF therefore upholds the social model of disability in ensuring that it is the society, and not persons with SBH and other types of disabilities that bear the burden of adaptations and adjustments for the purpose of access, inclusion, and participation.

Knowledge development: FFF is determined that all its programs and activities must contribute significantly to development of knowledge and skills of persons with SBH and other types of disabilities and the general public. With access to knowledge, FFF believes that persons with SBH and other types of disabilities and the general public can overcome major barriers which promote discrimination, exclusion, neglect and all forms of rights abuses.