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Hope for Family Development Initiative (HFDI) was established in 2007 and registered with state governments and Corporate Affairs Commission Nigeria (RC 31140) as a movement to improve the lives of marginalized and vulnerable groups.

Whatever the circumstances, HFDI believes that marginalized and vulnerable groups are faced with unique issues and challenges which require empowerment, skills acquisition training and better community understanding for them to cope with their exceedingly difficult conditions.

Hope for Family Development Initiative has expertise for conducting Capacity Building Training, Social mobilization, Community Surveys, Operational Research (Baseline Survey), Strategy Review and Development, Human Resources Development, NGO Governance, Technical Backstopping, Management Systems, Institutional Review and Analysis, Project Supervision and Monitoring, Report writing , Project Design and Final Evaluation.

The Organization also conducts research into several areas in developmental issues and has highly qualified and experienced staff in SPSS and DHIS1.4, Epi Data, Microsoft Office Suite (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, etc.), PITT, and STATA. HFDI has conducted various capacity building for Non-Governmental Organization, Community based Organization, Faith based Organization and other Non-state Actor at various levels. HFDI has a funding history that ranged from $3,030 in 2007 to thousands ($879,862.85) US Dollar project in recent years.

The organization has received funding from government agencies, national and international funding organizations such as Family Health International (fhi360), Society for Family Health (SFH), UNICEF, OSACA, KWASACA, FBI, EU-INSIDE, EU-SRIP, RUWESA, CISHAN, MSH, NAPEP, Association for Family and Reproductive Health under Global Fund (Round 9), ACOMIN, CiSHAN, TB Network, PACT, STAI, Action on Prevention Violence, Health Communication Capacity Collaboration, state Governments etc.

EU under increasing Non State Actors Implementation and Development Expertise project, PACT and MSH supported the institutional development of the organization for 5 years and their support contributed immensely to building the management systems and development component of our work.

Our Values

Hard-work, Dedication and Commitment

ensures us to be disciplined and tolerant. Our hard-work stands out as what keeps us as we face the overwhelming challenges of our work.

Mutual Respect

recognizing the innate dignity and worth of all people and the value of diversity.

Effective and Efficient Service delivery

realizing set goals with high level of quality and efficiency. Our staff and leaders endeavour to exhibit high sense of responsibility and avoid wastage of resources.

Equity, Fairness and Justice

requiring us to work to ensure that everyone – irrespective of sex, age, race, colour, class and religion – has equal opportunity for expressing and utilizing their potential.

Humanitarian Spirit

our strong passion lies on humanitarian work which continues to guide our activities and main focus of the organisation. Most importantly, HFDI holistically improves lives of single parent families and marginalized people.

Honesty and Transparency

requiring us to be accountable for the effectiveness of our actions and open in our judgements and communications with others.