Babyphoria is a non-profit organization with the goal to endure every mother as access to health information improve maternal and child health in Sierra Leone, West Africa. We provide basic preventive health education to communities located in rural Freetown.
Babyphoria coordinates a set of activities identified as priorities for the health of women and children and promotes collaboration with local communities and serves as a catalyst with a focus on thematic areas including child survival, research and evaluation and advocacy.
We partner with community health clinics in remote villages in Sierra Leone or over saturated areas where health access is limited. With a healthy start, children can grow up to reach their fullest potential.
Our vision is that every mother will have the tools to raise happy and healthy babies.
"The mantra that guides me and the purpose for my goal is that I want to serve as a catalyst to infuse health and happiness within communities in need. This is also the guiding principle for Babyphoria. I have worked in the public sector for nearly fifteen years in various capacities to address social problems and develop innovative ways to maximize the utilization of resources for the greatest impact on the output. Some of the social problems that I have worked tirelessly to address include issues such as urban education, homelessness, peacekeeping and the impact on civil conflict on children in addition to public health and women empowerment. Naturally, my interest has evolved to address the need to educate young and new mothers about motherhood and the health needs of children."
Founder of Babyphoria