Help Educate 350 Orphan Children

by Help Foundation For Victims Of Insurgency In Nigeria.
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children
Help Educate 350 Orphan Children

Summary

Ejema Ogege Edumoga community is faced with non health/medical treatments and educations due to the destruction of their health center, schools, Farm lands and its produces, houses and sources of their livings by Fulani cattle Herdsmen through insurgents activities. we came by providing cares in Health/medical treatments, Education/scholarships, Foods/waters, Cloths and Wears, emergency shelters, reliefs materials. we have been helping the needy which reduces crimes,hunger, poverty and sickness.

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Challenge

Ejema Ogege Edumoga community is faced with non health/medical treatments and educations due to the destruction of their health center, schools, Farm lands and its produce, houses and sources of their livings by Fulani cattle Herdsmen through insurgents activities. we came by providing cares in Health/medical treatments, Education/scholarships, Foods/waters, Cloths and Wears, emergency shelters, reliefs materials. we have been helping the needy which reduces crimes,hunger, poverty and sickness.

Solution

It create sustainable development and access to skills that can help building a better and sustainable future, It controls death rates and also reduces poverty, crimes, It increases wealth, It will prevent starvation, child trafficking, It will improves economic developments and training, It is central to human happiness and wellbeing

Long-Term Impact

It promotes education, good health, economic development and training, it create neighbourhood and work environment and over one hundred and eighty thousand people will benefit. When we educate three thousand children, it will allow them to come out of poverty and crime which will allow them to take care of themselves and families, health and wellbeing.

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Organization Information

Help Foundation For Victims Of Insurgency In Nigeria.

Location: Trade more, Estate Lugbe Abuja. - Nigeria
Website:
Help Foundation For Victims Of Insurgency In Nigeria.
Stephen Idoko Agbo
Project Leader:
Stephen Idoko Agbo
Trade more, Estate Lugbe Abuja. , FCT Nigeria

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