Our mission

At The Bella Faithful fertility Foundation, our mission is: “To provide HOPE to couples struggling in their journey to creating their families, by helping them tell their story, by spreading infertility awareness, festering of abuse, providing counselling and medical support and providing financial assistance through grants and fundraisers.”

What we aim to solve

One in eight couples in the Ghana deal with some form of infertility and will require either costly medial intervention or will have to adopt in order to have children. The cost of one round of IVF can cost more than $15,000 per round. Adoption just as much. In all of these cases, there is no guarantee that spending the money will result in having a child. Since infertility is rarely covered by insurance providers, couples will either forego becoming parents, take out second mortgages, or take out high interest rate loans. Infertility has also been a topic that people have been afraid to talk about, which results in domestic abuse, loneliness, sadness, and depression.

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What is the organisation aiming to accomplish?

The Bella Faithful Fertility Foundation is aims to help couples pay for their treatments or adoption by providing financial assistance through grants.

We are also trying to raise awareness so that the public is aware of the struggles that couples go through. This helps couples not feel so alone in their journey.

What are the organisations capabilities for doing this?

One in eight couples in the Ghana deal with some form of infertility and will require either costly medial intervention or will have to adopt in order to have children. The cost of one round of IVF can cost more than $15,000 per round. Adoption just as much. In all of these cases, there is no guarantee that spending the money will result in having a child. Since infertility is rarely covered by insurance providers, couples will either forego becoming parents, take out second mortgages, or take out high interest rate loans. Infertility has also been a topic that people have been afraid to talk about, which results in domestic abuse, loneliness, sadness, and depression.