BAFROW concentrates on both the mass media and social mobilization activities to disseminate information for the prevention of obstetric fistula. Members of the BAFROW Obstetric Fistula Support Group and other community structures such as community health mobilizers and traditional communicators have been trained to carry out community based awareness creation on the issue
Our skilled surgeons use the latest in surgical technology to repair the damages of affected women. Depending on the severity of the fistula, surgery can be either minimally invasive or open surgery.
Following the surgery, survivors are monitored closely to prevent infections and promote fast healing.
Our rehabilitation centre provides survivors necessary social and economic skills that would help them participate and contribute meaningfully within their communities upon their return. These skills include: functional literacy, counseling, sewing, baking, tie and dye, pottery, and short courses on business development and management.
Once registered at our centre, all patients are supported to develop a re-integration plan which we help them implement once they return to their communities.
We also continue to provide counseling if required and monitor their health, economic and social status until re-integration is completed.