• 170 Pan Rd, Bolton Wold AH, Meyerton, 1960, Gauteng, South Africa.
  • +27 87 551 8319
  • 170 Pan Rd, Bolton Wold AH, Meyerton, 1960, Gauteng, South Africa.
  • +27 87 551 8319

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Working within the directions of FIVE YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN FOR International Foundation for Fight Against Poverty [IFFFAP] 2018 – 2023 , IFFFAP focuses in four (5) programs include Human Disability development & Disability Eqalities, Health & Education Development, Women and Youth development, Disaster Relief & Humanitarian development and environmental sustainable development.

IFFFAP with the assistance of its partners aims to contribute to restoring the human dignity of people affected by natural and/or man-made disasters such as floods and fires by providing the following support and disaster relief assistance.

IFFFAP is dedicated to achieving sustainable development and social justice in the society. We broadly engage the general public and experts in research, policy advocacy, and awareness-raising.

Women and youth face distinct challenges in participating in the productive sectors of the economy. Although women and youth are not a homogeneous group and their circumstances vary according to age, class, education, ethnicity, location and other cultural- and socio-economic characteristics, that women & youth bear a disproportionate burden of global poverty.

IFFFAP will help to raise fund for Health and Educational Development Programs in Africa and around the world. IFFFAP at its discretion will award funding for Health Clinics and schools rehabilitation, provide medical and educational equipment and fund worker wages to sustainable results.

IFFFAP creates a platform for disability foster homes to share their knowledge & skills with smaller and emerging Disabled centres to enhance their transfer skills to them, enable them to cover new geographies & to improve the quality of intervention for Persons with Disability.

Poverty is a particularly serious problem for children, who suffer negative effects for the rest of their lives after living in poverty for even a short time. Yet children continue to be cast aside and there is no national strategy or dialogue to address child poverty.


save a life now

Donating x4 laundry trollies and x 80 laundry bags for to assist with hygienic and save laundry procedures

R 449600

Manufacturing of 10 children’s sized beds for the care centre

R 913250

Donate bedlinen, curtains and linen savers and towels for the disabled children and frail elderly

R 491750
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Our volunteers are amazing people who provide essential support in our programmes, events and offices throughout South Africa and of course you'll be playing a vital role in helping us to save lives!

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT!!! [caption id="attachment_1863" align="alignleft" width="275"] #LetUsAllRememberTheDisabled[/caption] International Foundation for Fight Against Poverty [IFFFAP], an organization with a shared vision and desire to catalyze the movement to end extreme poverty. IFFFAP focus on International Health & Education Development...

INVITATION FOR VOLUNTEERS (APPLY ONLINE THROUGH https://www.ifffap.org/become-a-volunteer) International Foundation for Fight Against Poverty [IFFFAP]. IFFFAP is a registered non-Governmental, non – Political, non-religious, non-profit making organization. The Organization is registered under the Department of Social Department (South Africa) with Registration...

A massive shortfall in qualified‚ practising social workers across South Africa has resulted in NGOs trying to up-skill in order to pick up the slack. In the past five years over 3‚500 people from 300 non-governmental organisations have received capacity...

According to the National Development Plan, South Africa needs 55,000 social services practitioners, including social workers, by 2030. File photo.  Image: stockbroker / 123RF Stock Photo A huge shortfall in qualified, practising social workers in South Africa has resulted in NGOs...