Who We Are

FHCCO/MPI-CONSORTIUM/AU ECOSOCC NIGERIA PARTNERS TO ESTABLISH MALARIA CLINIC FREE SERVICES PROGRAMMES IN AFRICA

A Brief About Us

The Free Health Care Charitable Organization (FHCCO) is a Non-Governmental Organization-NGO in affiliation with Malaria Prophylaxis Initiative –MPI-Consortium USA/AFRICA and in partnership with the Africa Union, Economic, Social and Cultural Council (AU ECOSOCC) Nigeria national chapter with the aim to deployed a new innovative approach on malaria prevention and control in Africa.

Mission

To assist in the health care, educational, social economic and the development of women, children and young people through a wide range of services: training, research, advocacy, Logistics for drugs and clinical service

Vision

To create an enabling environment where health of women, children and young people are recognized in law and in practice

Focus/Target Group

Women, Children, young people and elderly.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

To promote the health of women children and young people and enlighten them about best home practices and hygiene to keep them healthy

  • Promote safer health care by promoting child spacing
  • Facilitates community participation in design and implementation of effective and meaningful programmes targeted on women, children, young people and elderly
  • Act as a lobby for health issues in particular for legislative changes and the enforcement of legal and policy protection
  • Seek to mobilize men and women towards the elimination of harmful traditional practices
  • Support Community Based Organizations (CBOs), Faith Based Organization (FBOs) and umbrella bodies of (NGOs)
  • Act as a placement/training and research center for students and in-service training in the field of disease control and prevention
  • Assist the needy by offering free clinical services, materials and financial aids;
  • Create awareness on diseases, e.g. HIV/AIDS, STIs, TB and malaria amongst other infectious disease through sensitization and enlightenment campaigns using multi-media approach
  • Engage in advocacy to influence laws and policies that concern women and children health in general including disabled ones
  • Network with Civil Society Organization (CSOs) nationally and internationally to share information and experiences in the areas of diseases control and prevention in health related cases
  • Run a free health care on HIV/AIDS, malaria and others
  • Develop appropriate information, education and communication
  • Provide counseling service

ACTIVITY / METHODOLOGY

Out Reach Programs For

  • Women, Children
  • Young People
  • Parents
  • Teachers
  • Services Providers
  • Service Beneficiaries
  • Community Volunteers groups (Cooperative Societies)
  • Policy makers/Legislators
  • Professional Health workers
  • Foods and Drugs Vendors
  • Religions, traditional and community opinion leaders
  • Schools

Information Dissemination Through

  • Mass media – TV Radio, Newspapers
  • Information technology, workshops, Seminars and Conferences
  • IEC Materials, Brochures, Leaflets, Posters, Stickers etc
  • Bill Boards, Banners

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Training Consultation On

  • Training of Health workers, medical personnel’s, peer health educators (PHEs) and community advocates