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Foundation for African Cultural Heritage (FACH) is a non-profit, non-governmental, civil society organisation committed to the preservation and promotion of African cultural values. In an ever-changing world with the rise of values and ideologies that run counter to African pro-family and pro-life values, FACH is committed to advocating for the truth of the dignity of the human person and all its attendant implications: the right to life from conception to natural death, the right to freedom, justice, progress and health.
Founded in 2009, FACH comprises seventeen (17) member organisations which deal with different areas of advocacy from women and children protection, health and education, to human rights and policy direction. We also work in collaboration with other similar international organisations, having worked with Family Watch International, an organisation committed to the preservation of the natural family and parental rights, and being represented in the World Congress of Families, a coalition committed to pro-family and pro-life values.
FACH aims to foster the holistic progress of the human person through outreach programmes for disadvantaged persons and does so through her member organisations. We believe that concerted efforts by people from all walks of life can help us achieve our goal; the elimination of error in education and public policy, and the well-being of the human person in a safe, healthy family and society.
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