The Association of Falkland Brothers (AFB) is a registered nonprofit organization with the Cooperate Affairs Commission in Nigeria. The association was founded by a group of experts residing in different countries of the world who attended and graduated from the Delta State University Abraka, with a special interest in human and humanistic studies.
Our objectives are to impact the lives of our members positively, to educate and empower the community we belong to and empower widows and children in building a peaceful society. AFB intends to create a platform that would bridge the gap between the government and the underprivileged of our society.
AFB supports widows and school children from low or no income families around Delta state and other parts of Nigeria. AFB gives support to people who have persistent health challenges. They help in informing and educating the public about the importance of keeping a healthy habit. They promote peaceful coexistence in institutions of higher learning and host communities.
AFB has an indisputable passion for the environment and thus is very much engage in raising awareness about the pollution of our waterways and beaches. AFB organises the cleaning up of beaches and get engage seriously in campaigns aimed at putting a stop to such harmful practices.
The association engages youths and community leaders as well as government officials to achieve its aim. AFB organises symposiums and seminars aimed at empowering vulnerable women and children towards achieving their life's purposes.
AFB is leading voice in the public awareness campaign aimed at eradicating violence from institutions of higher learning and our communities.
To work with communities, youth organizations, civil society organizations, government institutions on how to mitigate disturbances in higher institutions and our immediate communities. AFB helps fund and encourage youths with innovative ideas to achieve their potentials.
The Vision of the Association of Falkland Brothers is to reflect the best of warm hospitality in everything that we do. To educate and empower youths in institutions of higher learning and their host communities on the need to coexist peacefully.