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About IFO

 “Whatsoever you do to the least of my brothers, that you do unto me”

Matthew 25:40

 

Ideal Family Outreach, Inc. is a ministry of the African Evangelical Baptist Church (AEBC). The ministry emerged in response to the realities of challenges African families face in the Diaspora as men and women juggle school, work, and the responsibilities of being husbands, wives and parents – challenges that interfered with them being an ‘ideal’ family. Ideal Family Outreach was incorporated on October 24, 2007.

MISSION: To promote the health, safety and welfare of children and to improve the lives of the people in our communities, nation and the world by providing direct and indirect services in line with Christ’s mandate.

VISION: Creating a world of ideal families where parents are empowered to live productive lives and raise children to be healthy in spirit, soul and body.

GOAL: To improve the quality of life of members of family units in our communities.

OBJECTIVE:

 - To promote better marriages and improve parenting skills by educating and training parents.

TARGET POPULATION: Whereas the immediate target population for IFO, Inc. is the African communities in the Diaspora, IFO, Inc. services are available to all irrespective of race, gender, age, religion, nationality or location.

 

- To enable parents seek or acquire income generating resources.
- To protect children in families against marginalization and disenfranchisement in society.