We were able to clean the whole obalola compound, give 400 child back to school materials, 200 women sanitary materials, 200 families foodstuffs and 10 pitman waste bin to the community.
The community children school is one among the few schools within the community with over 300 children (where 80% are orphans) and 8 volunteering teaching staff.
Feed for Life Empowerment Program took place at Oko Baba Destitute Camp. It started on the 8th of September and ended on the 29th of September. At the end of the training, 6 dedicated trainees were given startup capital to start a business on the skills they were trained on.
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The foundation gave out school materials to 1000 underprivileged students in both Lagos and Ogun State, Nigeria.
We fed over 2000 people (children and adults) at oko Oba destitute camp during the sallah period.
The residents of this camp comprises of children, youths, teenagers, elderly men and women who are physically challenged.
During the course of this project, We did not only fed them, we also taught them how to earn a living through the feed for life empowerment programme.
Basit won the competition out of seven other contestants with a 98% score. The debate topic was “The Influence of Parents’ Education and Financial Income on the Achievements of their Children”. He also took part in the Spelling Bee where he scored 93%.
To commemorate WHD, we did a cleanup at one of the destitute camp in Lagos. We also gave out food items to 200 families at the camp.
The foundation put a smile on the faces of 200 children at Bama community, Maiduguri on children’s day.