Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in Nigeria

by Sam Onyemaechi Humanitarian Foundation
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria
Train 150 Youths in Vocational Skills in  Nigeria

Project Report | May 27, 2023
Update on the progress report on

By James Rosita Nkeiruka | Project Leader

We bring to you, a follow up on the last report of our humanitarian assistance. We are always happy to share the good news! We are excited to announce that, as part of our GlobalGiving project, which aims to support "HELP 15K YOUTHS IN VOCATIONAL & INNOVATIVE SKILLS"

We have recorded tremendous success in our project. Report from our campaign organizers indicated that our last community outreach was held in December, many young adults and adults who participated in youth seminar/workshop tagged "Talent Hunt" are calling for the ceremony to be carried out if possible every month. Majority of them went home with different entrepreneurial skills.

This is a good opportunity to invest in the lives of our youths by offering them counselling opportunities and giving them vocational skills. Your donation is a trickle down effect to better the lives of youths.

Contributions like yours are continuing to make a difference. They are supporting Sam Onyemaechi humanitarian Foundation's response efforts and delivering crucial help and hope to people in need amid hostilities, constant stress, and difficult conditions away from home.

We are very thankful to you for enabling us to provide essential materials to the community we serve. We cannot but thank you enough.

Essentially, your donation helps release vulnerable young adults and adults from the grip of devastating poverty, who cannot afford to acquire skills to better their lives and position themselves for brighter future.

We are grateful for your incredible support during these difficult times! Thank you for standing with us and helping us prove that every life matters!

We received donations from few individuals to support our on-going youth forum.

In-kind donations= $65

Support from social enterprises=$70

Balance of income after expenditure from last report = $23.28

Total= $158.28

Expenditure

Handouts= $95

ICT =$30

Data/calls = $32.50

Total expenditure= $157.50

Balance = $0.78

We want to, in a special way thank you immensely for your kindness and generosity to our project. Thanks for your support which has helped us impact many lives in our community. We do not take your donations for granted at all, it is gratefully appreciated.

Once again, thank you for your generous donation to our cause. We therefore urge you to share our project with your network of family and friends to impact the lives of these youths. Thank you for your donation and getting your network to do the same. Without your fraternal solidarity we wouldn't have marked this event. You made it what it is today. Thanks for being there for us. We appreciate.

With Kindest regards,

Samonyemaechi Humanitarian

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Sam Onyemaechi Humanitarian Foundation

Location: MBAISE, IMO - Nigeria
Website:
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Twitter: @samueli02274871?s=08
Project Leader:
Agomuo Rosita Nkeiruka
MBAISE , IMO Nigeria
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