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Address: 237 S flower Street, Inglewood CA #8 . 90301
Mailing address: P O Box 470254 Los Angeles CA 90047
Dr. Belinda Babila

Dr. Belinda Babila

Doctor of Philosophy and Human Letters from Global Oved Die Seminary and University (GODSU), Miramar, Florida in 2018, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Texas A & M International University in 2008, an Associate Degree in Science from Dallas County Community College, Dallas, TX in 2005, a Diploma in Information Technology and Networking, Dallas, TX in 2000.

With its headquarters in Dallas Texas, BBF is a nongovernmental organization registered in Cameroon, Nigeria, and Ghana, that advocates for social change & equality for people in the undeveloped & disadvantaged communities in Africa, by supporting and implementing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, No Poverty, Zero Hunger, Good Health and Well-Being, Quality Education, Gender Equality #6 Clean Water and Sanitation, Decent Work and Economic Growth, Reduce Inequality, Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions and Partnerships for the Goals.

BBF’s mission is to empower people and communities on their journey to self-reliance and prosperity. BBF saves lives of people around the globe, relieves suffering, defeats poverty, maintains human dignity and achieves social justice in African communities. BBF is actively and effectively engaged in promoting human and social welfare, with no prejudice on human suffering on the grounds of gender, sexual orientation, religious or national divisions.

BBF seeks to see African underserved and underprivileged communities full of hope, restored, empowered, self-sustained, where social justice is practiced, and poverty prevails. An Africa where Human Rights is practiced and Dignity is attributed to all.

BBF seeks a world of hope, tolerance, and social justice where poverty prevails. We carry out health outreach programs, health training, workshops, empowerment, general rehabilitation, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, disaster/ emergency relief management, mental health management for refugees, IDPs, and other vulnerable, fight against hunger campaigns, and clean water projects in African communities.

The organization’s objectives are.

- To strive and achieve lasting improvement in the quality of life of Refugees, Prisoners, Orphans, widows, disabled, and the less privileged in rural communities

-To enable the vulnerable such as children, families, Prisoners, orphans, the Disabled, Refugees, and communities to meet their basic needs.

-To provide economic and social development in less privileged rural communities.

-To rehabilitate and set up empowerment programs/Center for the Refugees, IDPs, Political Prisoners, and other vulnerable.

-To promote and establish educational and vocational programs for IDPs, Refugees, and other vulnerable in the North and Southwest provinces of Cameroon and the Refugees camps in Nigeria and Ghana.

- To provide clean water and sanitation to rural communities to reduce the spread of cholera epidemic and other diseases.

-To organize workshops, conferences, and educational activities for youth and adults to promote leadership development.

-To organize medical outreaches, conferences, and training in the less privileged rural communities

BBF advocates for clean drinking water for all, access to education, and more.

She is the Director of Programs/Owner of Unique center.

Unique Center is a residential Facility (Group Home) that serves HCS Clients.

HCS is a Medicaid waiver program that supplies services and supports to Texans with an intellectual disability (ID) or a related condition so that they can live in the community. HCS services are intended to supplement rather than replace services received from other programs, Who can get HCS. We are proud to celebrate this brave Woman and her team for standing up for social change.