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FARR – Foundation for Alcohol Related Research
The Foundation for Alcohol Related Research was founded in 1997, and proudly celebrated it’s 21 st anniversary in 2018.
Since 1997, the Foundation for Alcohol Related Research (FARR) has been dedicated to building positive futures in South African communities by significantly reducing birth defects and mental disabilities caused by alcohol consumption during pregnancy.
FARR understands the far-reaching implications of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and it’s impact on affected people and communities, and strives to have sustainable outcomes by:
Raising social awareness
- Conducting world class medical and psycho-social research related to FASD
- Offering training, education and mentorship programs
- Providing diagnostic and support services
This is achieved through the various scientifically developed Training-, Education-, Research-, Prevention-, Support- and Management Programs that FARR offers across South Africa at our fully funded projects. Our specialists are trained to diagnose FASD and offer support for these individuals and their families. This has culminated in FARR being the leading NGO source of research and information on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) in South Africa.
FARR has become a hub for experts, community members and everyday South Africans who are determined to improve the lives of those affected by FASD, their families and caregivers.
To date, FARR has completed or is involved in 24 FASD awareness and prevention projects across South Africa and has published more than 65 scientific articles.