To promote, advocate and facilitate the provision of quality and best practice in health care for vulnerable children.
To improve health outcomes for children by encouraging a culture of informed preventive medical practice and the use of best evidence for managing children’s medical needs.
Our Core Values are:
- Quality Assurance
- Patient Treatment Assistance Programme (PTAP) •
- Financial stewardship
- Continuous Learning Development
- Child Rights Advocacy
- Partnership, Commitment and achieving best outcomes for those we support
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Lady Helen Child Health Foundation (LHCHF) is always delighted to have valuable Volunteers.
Participants during the Lady Helen Child Health Foundation (LHCHF) Volunteer Induction Training, held March 2021 at the Foundation's Lagos Office
Lady Helen Child Health Foundation (LHCHF) Operational Director and representatives from multi-agencies at the April 2021 Planning Committee Meeting in preparation for the Market Place Outreach.
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Statement on the seventh meeting of the International Health Regulations (2005) Emergency Committee regarding the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic