We join the world to mark the 2021 16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM From (25th NOV - 10th Dec). THEME: END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN NOW!! We say a big thank you to all who contributed in numerous ways for the just concluded intervention programs.

Mediatrix Development Foundation is a humanitarian alliance with partner organizations. We have formed resourceful partnerships and linkages that have enhanced the quality of our interventions.

Our mission is to save lives and relieve suffering by providing healthcare services, economic support, advocacy and related programmes. With headquarters in Calabar and sub offices in Ogoja Cross River State and Adikpo Benue State respectively, we collaborate to maximize resources for the delivery of appropriate relief and development activities.

Partnering for the Greater Good Supports communities in Cross River State and beyond that have been affected by adversity, working closely with local non-profit and community groups, government agencies and ministries, International organizations in phases of disaster and recovery. Together we provide a more stable foundation for recovery and a clearer path toward sustainable development strengthen the resilience of those communities.

In our continuous effort to contribute towards the improvement of the lives both adults, youth and children in line with our vision and mission, we have reached out and formed resourceful partnerships and linkages that have enhanced the quality of our interventions: These partnerships and linkages include the ones with Faith-Care Outreach International, 9Mobile Nigeria (formerly Etisalat Nigeria), CUSO International, United Purpose, Family Health International (FHI360), United State Embassy Refugee Fund, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), UN women, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Lafarge Nigeria, Save the Children International, Roche International, Cross River State Ministry of Health, Cross River State Primary Health Care Development Agency, Ministry of Education, Ministry of International Development Cooperation, Medical Women Association CRS and other relevant MDAs in the State and beyond.

GOVERNMENT PARTNERS

  • Cross River State Ministry of Health
  • Cross River State Primary Health Care Development Agency
  • Ministry of Education
  • Ministry of Information
  • Ministry of Justice
  • Ministry of International Development Cooperation
  • State Universal Basic Education Board
  • Cross River State Water board Service
  • Ministry of Humanity and Social Welfare
  • Ministry of Women Affairs

NON GOVERNMENT PARTNERS

  • Faith-Care Outreach International
  • 9Mobile Nigeria (formerly Etisalat Nigeria)
  • CUSO International
  • United Purpose
  • Family Health International
  • (FHI360)
  • United State Embassy Refugee Fund
  • United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
  • UN women
  • United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
  • Lafarge Nigeria
  • Save the Children International
  • Roche International
  • Medical Women Association (MWA)
  • Pink Africa Foundation (PAF)

Partnership Data

Where the Money Goes

S/N PROJECTS PARTNERS BENEFICIARIES REACHED YEAR
1 APRIL 2022 MDF-LAFARGE FREE MEDICAL OUTREACH Lafarge Africa Plc 1999 2022
2 Central And Southern March 2022 Medical Outreach Faith-Care Outreach International. 1,088 2022
3 School Based Intervention Volunteers 889 2022
4 Community Outreach (malaria, HIV, Hepatitis B tests) Lafarge 1,589 2021
5 Livelihood inclusion Julia Taft Refugee Fund 100 2020
6 Delivery on advocacy, stakeholder’s engagement and training of community advocates/champions in the fight on Violence Against Women and Girls Sexual and Gender-Based Violence and harmful Practices in Cross River Spotlight Initiative 170 2020
7 Sustainable Livelihood UNHCR 1,815 2017-2021
8 Community Outreaches(malaria, HIV, Hepatitis B tests) Cross River State Primary Healthcare Development Agency/Ministry of Health/ Medical Women Association of Nigeria Over 30,000 2016-2020
9 5 Mega medical Outreaches Faith Care Outreach International 12,566 2016-2019
10 surgeries Faith Care Outreach International 641 2016-2018
11 Wise Up(malaria, HIV, Hepatitis B tests) UNFPA 5,246 2016