Reverend Muriel Frampton Bequest

Muriel was a long-term supporter of NHCP. Disabled by polio as a child, she did not allow her physical disabilities to constrain her life and ministry, which included working as a mission partner in Kenya. By all accounts, she was a remarkable woman. Generous in life, she gave NHCP a large bequest after her death.

Bids were invited from centres in Nigeria for funding of infrastructure projects that will improve their sustainability. Working with Methodist Church Nigeria, we have an unprecedented opportunity, and responsibility, to use her bequest to improve the health of poor people in Nigeria. The bequest is being used for:

NHCP Strategic Review

We review our medium to long-term strategy every 4 years. We plan to complete the next review by summer 2019. Do you have some ideas for us? We are interested to hear from our partners and any other interested parties. Please contact David Cundall, Coordinator

Chibundu Onuzo

Our Patron Chibundu Onuzo has been out and about (South Africa, USA, Ireland) promoting her second novel ‘Welcome to Lagos’. She has also completed her PhD!



The 2018 DVD, Making a Difference is now available. This includes stories from our most recent visit to Nigeria in February/March 2018. Available from David Cundall, Coordinator






Nigeria Every Newborn Action Plan

Click to enlargeNHCP’s training of trainers programmes are closely allied to local and national priorities in Nigeria.

We work closely with local health authorities to try and reduce death and disease in newborn babies by enabling staff to prevent and treat problems.







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