A world in which preventable maternal and newborn mortality and morbidity has been eliminated.
BKFA works in developing countries to enable a safe pregnancy along with clean childbirth and postnatal environments.
BKFA respects, protects and promotes human rights for all, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, indigeneity, disability, age, displacement, caste, gender, gender identity, sexuality, sexual orientation, poverty, class, or socio-economic status.
BKFA is committed to two-way open communication that involves listening to our stakeholders, keeping them informed and being clear about how their contributions are being used. Having clear expectations keeps the ongoing work understandable, rewarding and focused. This approach is about recognising and understanding the values, beliefs, perceptions and ideas of our stakeholders – not simply just agreeing. Developing relationships that reflect this shared understanding enables differences to be acknowledged and expressed. It provides the basis upon which real dialogue and interaction can occur.