• Office Address: No. 39, Suez Crescent, Abacha Estate, Wuse Zone 4, Behind Sheraton Hotel, FCT - Abuja, Nigeria
  • NG: +234 806 365 6715



To become the caring center of excellence that provides sustainable healthcare solutions for individuals with brain disorders and life limiting chronic diseases such as sickle cell disease, cardiovascular diseases and others.

Brain and Body Foundation (BBF) is a registered Non-profit organization established to make important nutrients which are critical to the healthy development of children easily accessible to parents and caregivers.

BBF, in partnership with government, international donors and funders, non-governmental organizations and well-meaning individuals, seeks to provide well-researched, well-proven and safe modalities that impact health, at discounted rates or free of charge to children and adults who would otherwise not have had access to them.


Using science based and well researched solutions we strive to support patients living with brain disorders and other chronic diseases, including sickle cell anemia. By raising awareness on such chronic conditions through various media platforms, we provide the best possible care to every patient at no cost to them through integrated clinical consultations, education and research. We seek for effective nutraceuticals that have proven track records in dealing with such chronic diseases and build a bridge between the source of such solutions and those in need of them.

At BBF we believe that the solutions to many health challenges lie within us, within our physical bodies. By nourishing and strengthening the body, especially in the areas affected, we can help the body heal itself, reverse damage and restore health and vigor


The Building Strength Approach

Our Impacts

Committed To Providing The Best


1. Sickle Cell Disease
2. Cerebral Palsy
3. Down Syndrome (+ genetic disorder)
4. Autism (+related disorders.)
5. Seizure disorders.


In the past, patients came to BBF mainly from hospital referrals but as more and more positive results have been observed, parents have referred others. This has resulted in an influx of patients whose parents simply cannot afford their care.


Our clients are mainly children aged six months to fifteen years. We see about 50 patients each month, but this number continues to increase as more and more people get informed of our work. This has been our testimony.


Nigeria’s healthcare situation is unique. The health challenges facing Nigerians are myriad. We have, in addition to the commonly known statistics – the second highest maternal and infant mortality rates in the world