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“Generosity consists not of the sum given, but the manner in which it is bestowed.”

BirthRight Foundation Africa (BRFA), Mr Dimeji Michael Mivic is a Nigerian philanthropist and Real Estate Developer. BirthRight Foundation was founded in 2016 as a result of a desire to help others and personal experience with several community outreaches executed. As the Founder-President of BirthRight Foundation Africa (BRFA) believes that poverty and cultural practices with poor and inadequate primary healthcare services influence women in Nigeria to settle for untrained traditional birth attendants, despite the serious risks involved.

We are committed to educating and the reorientation of women in Nigeria and Africa through community-based health programs and initiatives in order to achieve a reduced maternal mortality rate and as well bringing awareness to other safe birthing methods.

To prevent maternal and newborn mortality. Contribute to building a Nigeria and by extension Africa, where all women have access to affordable quality health care.


Aims And Objectives

Mississippians are quick to donate money to charitable causes. A few steps can make sure those causes are legitimate and the money is spent as promised. (Photo Illustration/Can Stock Photo)
Providing Financial Assistance

To provide adequate financial assistance for the caesarean section of pregnant women when vaginal delivery pose a risk to the baby and mother.

Reducing Maternal Deaths

To improve maternal health through training hospital managers and encouraging policymakers to take practical steps from the survey taken by the foundation.

young widow
Young Widows

To cater for young widows below age 45 which our society usually never recognize as widow.

Educate Pregnant Women

To educate pregnant women on the risk of local delivery homes that put baby and mother at risk of maternal death.

Our Gallery

Vaginal Childbirth

This video, created by Nucleus Medical Media, depicts a normal vaginal birth using a time-lapse effect. Strong uterine contractions push the fetus (baby) forcibly through the birth canal during labor. Concurrently, a picture-in-picture effect at the upper right shows the baby’s head moving through the mother’s pelvic outlet.


Why people love us

Please read below to see what a few of our charity partners have to say about us.

Team behind BrfAfrica

Our work would not be possible without the work of our dedicated volunteers.

Dimeji Michael Mivic

Founder & President

Daniel Daramola

Director Program Operations

Janet Omole

Director Foreign Relations (Liason USA)

Mojisola Ojuoko

Program Coordinator

Ifeoluwa Odubiyi

Website /Program Manager

Isaac Daramola

Program officer

Damilola Uzamoth

Program officer

David Alfred

Website/SEO Manager

Olamide Ayeni

Content Manager

Rushidat Agbaje

Program officer

Eniola Alabi-Olubiyi

Program officer