All you need to know
WHO WE ARE
Biire Community Health and Development Initiative (BCHDI) (formerly Biire Child & maternal Health Foundation) is a registered indigenous community based non-governmental organization established in 2010, with a key focus on improving the health outcomes and productivity of vulnerable and underserved population in the remote/ rural communities. BCHDI was created as a solution to the numerous health, economic and education related challenges faced by underserved communities across Nigeria and Africa.
Our programs include: strengthening health systems, sensitization/awareness programs, poverty alleviation/empowerment programs, as well as access to clean water and nutrition support. Some of these issues have been adopted from the sustainable development goals and Biire Foundation continues to align with international development initiatives with local response.
To develop sustainable communities and improve the health and productivity of people.
Our Thematic Areas
In line with the SDGs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 (United Nations Sustainable Development Goals) and the African Union Demographic Dividend Roadmap, BCHDI has aligned its strategic plans, goals and objectives within these key thematic areas;
- Sexual and Reproductive Health
- Education and Nutrition
- Empowerment and Entrepreneurship/Skill acquisition
- Community Development
Under the above thematic areas, we look forward to achieving the following outcomes using our strategic programmes based on our objectives by;
- Mobilizing and harnessing private sector resources and human capital to accelerate the impact of development programs which are focused on improving livelihood of women and girls
- Integrating development plan for women and girls; 70% of projects are focused on women and girls.
- Leveraging on media and technology to increase awareness of projects and enhance project outcomes.
- Strengthen and expand our role as a partner with governments, organizations and private companies to promote diverse practices in ways that are country-led, country-owned and that bring about positive health, economic empowerment and rights outcomes.
- Increase economic productivity through skill acquisition programs.
- Create multi-sectoral and intergenerational platforms to create livelihood opportunities for the youth.
- Scale up the school feeding initiatives to reduce malnutrition and child mortality rates.
- Provide access to quality health care for pregnant women and children.