These guiding principles dictate our behavior and can help us understand the difference between what is right and what is wrong. The six foundation core values also help us to determine if we are on "the right track" and whether we can achieve our goals and fulfill our mission.
These core values come not from our reflection, but from our philosophy and from what we deeply are everyday. This is what determines us all here at the FFF, as an organization but especially as a human being.
These fundamental values are: Social Justice - Commitment - Empowerment - Independence - Balance/Equity and Perseverance.
It is these core values that guide us every day, make us continue sometimes against all odds, that we always get up after stumbling.
We believe in equitable social justice as the only guarantor of equality in health, respect for fundamental rights and collective solidarity.
Thanks to committed professionals, volunteers and employees, we care, testify and support the people in their desire for social change.
Together with our partners and communities, we help vulnerable people to act in their social environment, to be health workers and to assert their rights.
We are independent of any power or political, religious or financial interests, in the choice of our programs and our way of doing things. Refuse all subordination, we privilege dialogue with the people we work with
The balance between here and there, between emergency and long-term programs, between medical knowledge and secular knowledge, between public and private donations. This balance is part of our relevance and originality.
In all cases of figures, we go after things, at our pace. We do not give up, never. We considers that there is a solution to all problems, and that all can be solved, in accordance with local laws and traditions.
We keeps pictures in large quantity for purposes of testimony & memory for all. Visit galleries here.
The foundation publishes a lot of information on a large number of social media. Find us here.