Fidson Healthcare Plc’s essence is borne out of the passion to make a difference in the society. Therefore, the company lives no stone unturned to ensure that its entire strategic operations are hinged on the value proposition; to add value to the lives of the people through impact healthcare solutions. From this we have coined our corporate slogan – ‘we value life’.

As characteristic of any ethically and morally responsible organisation, Fidson Healthcare Plc. is committed to providing more value to humanity than just profits for shareholders. This is demonstrated in the company’s efforts at treating our employees well, preserving the environment, developing sound corporate governance, supporting humanity, fostering the good health and general wellbeing of the people. All these are intended to have a positive impact on the community, society, environments in which the company operates and the country at large.

Fidson Healthcare Plc, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibilities, is committed to maintaining an Environmental Management System in compliance with ISO 14001 :2015 Standard, which will minimize the impacts of its operations, activities, products, and services on the environment.

However, the core of our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative revolves around 3 pillars, namely;

  1. Children’s health
  2. Education
  3. Community service and development.

This has constantly spurred us to make efforts towards improving the quality of life of the Nigerian child. Our partnerships with government and non-government organizations have helped us to design programmes that address community needs aimed at delivering results that significantly enhance quality of life.

A few of the beneficiaries of our CSR activities include Little Saints Orphanage, Onipanu; Old People’s Home, Yaba; Pacelli School for the Blind; Children Developmental Centre (CDC), Surulere; Children Emergency Relief Foundation (CERF), Ikorodu; our host communities and other credible government and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO)