• Water Front Estate 2-1 Kubwa Abuja Nigeria
  • +234 815 078 5376
  • taafoundation01@gmail.com

Who we are

We are a group of young people working to see that women exercise their rights to health, including access to friendly and quality health services and counseling; access to health-promoting information, including sexual and reproductive health matters.

TAAF engages herself in the following areas to meet the needs of women, the girl child and neonatal:

  1. Trainings
  2. Advocacy
  3. Community Awareness

Vision

To see a society with improved health index status of women and the girl child

Mission

TAAF uses innovative ideas which are inclusive and partnerships to bring about capacity building, advocacy to relevant stakeholders, create demand and increase access to Sexual Reproductive Health and Right, care and support.

Core Values

In our organization, certain values guide our efforts towards achieving our vision and mission; these values ensure that the clients are the priority at every point in time. The values are Passion, Confidence, Innovation and Creativity

Our Projects

MAISHA

Maisha is a Swahli name which means life. Mother’s bring life and it’s their fundamental right to get access to quality reproductive and maternal health care. Maternal and infant mortality is a tragedy that is still very rampant in Nigeria due to a number of factors which includes ignorance about safe motherhood, poverty, lack of adequate management and equipment in the nation’s health care system. Linking maternal health care with family planning and HIV services helps to ensure that women, girls, and their families receive the highest standard of sexual and reproductive health.¬†Women save time and money when they have access to integrated services and are often more likely to utilize services when they are provided together.¬†Our project Maisha save a mother’s life seeks to address these problems through these awareness and advocacy programs:

Maisha Maternity Packs Project.

4uture Mumz Campaign.

Her Hygiene & Her Campaign

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