As theCOVID-19 pandemic quickly overwhelms health systems across the globe, developing countries has begun their fight with limited resources and already-struggling systems.
COVID-19’s impact on low-income countries is likely to be devastating. Hand washing is difficult if you don’t have clean water and soap, not to talk of sanitizer affordability and social distancing isn’t an option for those who can’t self-isolate.
Treatment efforts in developing countries like Nigeria with very large population are also hampered by inadequate healthcare infrastructure and limited resources. This means people who are living in extreme poverty are less able to provide their households and protect themselves from falling ill and less able to access treatment if they do.
At Evidence Action we are seeking to leverage our existing resources and relationships to support these communities in their response to COVID-19 through our various causes and interventions systematically.

HEALTH

HEALTH

In pursuit of its mission, The Consolation Foundation for Less Privileged invests in programs pertaining to healthy growth and development of Nigerian and African children. In particular, CFLP health investments seek the following returns: Less privileged Nigerian mothers have access to appropriate maternal and newborn care so they can ensure their newborns have the best possible start in life.

Less Privileged Nigerian children and mothers have the nutrition they need to develop into their true potential. Less Privileged Nigerian women and children avoid HIV infections and those living with HIV survive and thrive. Less Privilegedd Nigerian children have access to appropriate preventative and curative health services and treatment so they can survive and excel.

To ensure long-term sustainability, Consolation Foundation for Less Privileged investments aims to: Increase coverage, equity, quality, and safety of integrated health services within Nigeria Support the leadership of Nigerian institutions and people