Omotosho Sue

FAHPAC has a committed board of trustees, management committee and a crop of seasoned, experienced professional staff who manage programs.

This journey for FAHPAC looks like only one day. The organization is waxing stronger. Family Health Population Action Committee (FAHPAC) is a community based voluntary not for profit, non-political and non-governmental organization founded in November 1992 with headquarters in Ibadan, Nigeria. FAHPAC is registered with the Nigerian Federal Government Corporate Affairs Commission and is governed by a board of trustees, managed by an executive committee and supported by a crop of seasoned, experienced and professional staff who implement our programs and projects. We work throughout Nigeria and have ongoing projects in the federal territory capital Abuja and 10 states namely; Oyo, Osun, Ogun, Ondo, Edo, Nassarawa, Plateau, Imo, Niger and Kogi. These catchment areas consist of mix urban, suburban and rural settings. We seek to empower youth and women with information and skills that allows them to chart paths to success in education, career, business ventures and reproductive health destinies.


A Symbol of Selfless Service

FAHPAC believes in the sanctify of life and fundamental human rights and operates on the core values of Equality, Commitment, Transparency and Accountability. Our objectives are as follows:

  • Reduce adolescent reproductive health problems through strategic and integrated programs

    including, drug abuse, STDs, HIV/AIDS.
  • Provide socio-economic and political empowerment to women, particularly the girl child, to

    reduce poverty, marginalisation, maternal/child morbidity and mortality
  • Establish community directed programs for sustainable development.


To provide sustainable integrated health and developmental service in the underserved individuals and families particularly youth and women in rural and urban communities.



To provide sustainable integrated health and developmental service to the underserved individuals and families particularly youth and women in rural and urban communities.


Orphan at the age of 3 years, Bola Sue Omotosho, FAHPAC President, had to deal with the trauma of losing her mother and had to depend on the benevolence of community to overcome the challenge of growing up. Thus from her early days she believed in helping the poor and the under priviledged in the community.

She set up Omotola Hospital in 1992 and within a short period, she noticed the high incidence of abortion complications and prevalence of unwanted pregnancies among both in school and out-of-school adolescents and youths. Even in her community, the crime rate was high among the youth.

Unfortunately, the community appeared helpless but equally concerned. Upon investigation, the findings were confirmed with other private practitioners, landlords/landladies, associations and other stakeholders who expressed support for FAHPAC program, but cautioned against organizational fatique and abrupt death.

Following deft consultations with like minds, FAHPAC was born as a membership organization and was formerly inaugurated on November 12, 1992. The organization has a corporate registration in 1996 as a voluntary, non-profit, non-governmental organization with its Headquaters in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria.

FAHPAC members are successful people of various professional and career persuasions who share the same "dream" and volunteered their resources to assist the organization pursue program activities. There are also associates and corporate members.

FAHPAC has a committed board of trustees, a management committee and a crop of seasoned, experienced professional staff who manage programs



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4th Prof. Bolanle Awe Annual Lecture is now out.
TOPIC: Gender, Women Education and Poverty Implications for National Development.
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4th Prof. Bolanle Awe Annual Lecture Picture slide.
Photo speaks better! Here are the picture slides of the dignitries during the 4th annual programme organised by FAHPAC.
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Marriage Enrichment Programme Movie.
FAHPAC has been interviewed on marriage/family enrichment programme on tv . Here is the preview...
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Over 200 people are now getting HIV/AIDS daily!
Be careful, if the need be then use CONDOM! FAHPAC Planning ahead for a meaningful and successful life.


In meeting the needs of orphans and vulnerable children, FAHPAC intervention include:

  • Re integration of orphans and vulnerable children into school or vocation of choice.
  • Establishment of OVC early child care centers
  • Provision of accommodation for OVC
  • Provision of free mid-day meal/lunch and uniform for children at FAHPAC early child care centers.
  • Health care services for all children registered in FAHPAC program.
  • Counseling and psycho-social care at FAHPAC and individual homes.
  • Provision of material and financial support to caregivers and households caring for OVC.
  • Empowerment of older out of school OVC and caregivers with various vocational skills acquisition activities.
  • Community education program for orphan care and support.
  • Initiated OVC stakeholder's fora in 5 states
  • Organizing children protection and stigma reduction program.