Foundation for Rescue of Abandoned African Children (FRAAC) is a non-governmental, non-religious, non-political, and non-profit making community-based organisation with a vision to enhance self-survival opportunities for girl-child, impact African youth, empower indigent women, and care for persons with disabilities. FRAAC was established in 2011 with the aim of making an impact at the grassroots where everyone rights will be protected.
FRAAC was established with the initiative of Ronke and Dapo Oni and other passionate professionals who jointly decided to advocate for better lives for the vulnerable. Our mission is to be a successful community-based organisation, contributing positively to the life of girl child, youth, indigent women, and persons with disabilities in the areas of sexual and reproductive health, youth, and women empowerment programmes, qualitative education, and welfare for persons with disabilities.
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