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Wellbeing Foundation Africa Champions MDG Acceleration and Help Shape Post2015 Agenda At 2013 United Nations General Assembly

 

 

 

 From September 22 – 27th, 2013 the Wellbeing Foundation Africa will again be playing a vital role in many of this year’s United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) health-related events.

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The Wellbeing Foundation Africa Fights to Eliminate Domestic Violence in ‘Say No! to Violence Against Women’ Movement

 

 

The Wellbeing Foundation Africa Fights to Eliminate Domestic Violence in ‘Say No! To Violence Against Women’ Movement

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Wellbeing Foundation Africa Maintains Stance against Gender-Based Violence and Celebrates Commitment to Peace One Day Global Truce 2012 Campaign

 

 

 

As Peace Day 2012 fast approaches, the Wellbeing Foundation Africa maintains its stance against gender-based violence, a problem that affects all communities around the world.

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  • Wellbeing Foundation Africa Champions MDG Acceleration and Help Shape Post2015 Agenda At 2013 United Nations General Assembly

    Wellbeing Foundation Africa Champions

  • The Wellbeing Foundation Africa Fights to Eliminate Domestic Violence in ‘Say No! to Violence Against Women’ Movement

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  • Wellbeing Foundation Africa Provides Grant for Free Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening in Recognition of World Cancer Day 2013

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  • Wellbeing Foundation Africa Founder-President Shares Family Planning Efforts at UN General Assembly White Ribbon Alliance Breakfast Meeting

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  • Wellbeing Foundation Africa Maintains Stance against Gender-Based Violence and Celebrates Commitment to Peace One Day Global Truce 2012 Campaign

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The WellBeing Foundation was founded by Mrs. Toyin Saraki, international campaigner for maternal, newborn and child health, rights and empowerment to reverse the vicious cycle of poverty in the society by easing its less privileged members into a state of wellbeing which, in her opinion is "a satisfactory condition of existence in health, happiness and prosperity".

The Foundation is encouraged by the philosophy of the great writer, Elie Wiesel who stated that “If someone suffers and keeps silent, it can be a good silence. If someone suffers and I keep silent, then it is destructive silence. We are responsible for one another. I am responsible for his or her suffering, for his or her destiny”.

While The WellBeing Foundation has national coverage on the issue of maternal and infant health, Alaafia Kwara has since 2003 brought several initiatives and interventions to make life better for the people of Kwara State.