SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA

by HOPE RISING HOMES FOUNDATION
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA
SAFE HOME 4 ORPHANS &VULNERABLE CHILDREN NIGERIA

We thank God for His faithfulness over the organization, the children, our board of directors, staff and all our donors in 2022. He has started with us same way in the year 2023. All glory belongs to Him.

The children were all taken to the hospital for medical checkup because they were all having cold symptoms. The doctor attended to them, he ran some test on the children, the result showed more of malaria parasite and infections. All were treated with some medications and well after couple of days.

The children resumed back to school very healthy on the 11th of October 2022. The child protection unit (CPU) Alausa visited the home on the 12th October to check on the children their files and reports. 

The children’s school mid-term test commenced on the 17th October and ended on the 21st October 2022. The children did very in their mid-term exams.

The Ministry of Youth and Social Development monitoring team showed up at the home on the 17th of October 2022 for inspection. Some repair and renovation were recommended. The home was given until December 31st, 2022, to send pictures of the repairs and renovation recommended.

On the 18th of Oct 2022, we received next paragraph message from our landlord after my discussion with him in regard to the repairs we have been told to do by the ministry that visited the 17th of Dec, 2022

Good evening ma and I really enjoyed the 65 minutes discussion/ talk I earlier had with you today. Thanks for your efforts in making Nigeria great. Kindly note the highlights of our dialogue:
_In order for you to meet the conditions of the LASG, on the Orphanage premises, and as long as you can afford such without passing the bills to me in any way or to affect the property rent, you are at liberty ma.
_ I put tiles in all 5 rooms, kitchen, toilets etc. but if you decide to change any to your taste at your cost, no problem ma.
_ no renewal of the tenancy beyond 31st of August, 2024.
Thanks and God bless and I wish you all the best IJN ma......

Our greatest challenge at this time, is to raise fund to purchase our own building, where we can relocate to, when our lease expired as we have been informed by the landlord.

The children resumed back to school from their mid-term break on the 31st of October 2022.

On the 4th of November 2022, we were called by the home officer from CPU and head of Jwc Adeniji Adele police station to come and carry a baby girl of 2years old they found abandoned at around Ajah area of Lagos state. She was immediately pickup and straight to the hospital for medical check-up. Couple of test were done and she was given some medications. She was cleared for serious communicable disease.

The home was renovated, painted, and given another look on the 11th of November 2022, looking very beautiful.  Report and pictures of the repairs were submitted to the Ministry of Youth and Development. We were cleared and commended for job well done. 

The Asohon Orphans day program was held at Little Saints Orphanage, Palmgrove on the 14th of November 2022 which the home was duly represented by two of our children, the caregiver and social worker.

Two of our had their school color day on the 18th of November 2022 one of our children was the princess of blue house while another child was the prince of purple house. They both enjoyed the event.

The children commenced the 1st term examination on the 28th of November 2022.

New toys were bought for the children by the home and were delivered on the 30th of November 2022; the children were really excited seeing the new toys on their playground.

Five of our children had their school's end of the year party on the 13th of December 2022. They had fun and came home with gifts.

The children were all at the magistrate court for extension of care orders on the15th December 2022 and they were all extended to March 2023. 

The children and staff of the home were at the Ighalo orphanage 5th year anniversary and Xmas party on the 17th of December 2022. The children enjoyed themselves and had fun.

To wrap up the year, we had our usual end of the year program which we always give back to the community and widows registered to our home. The program was held at the orphanage premises on the 20th of December 2022. This year we had the program in collaboration with Hands of Hope foundation which came out successfully. We also celebrated one of our children's 10-year birthday on the 25th of December 2022, it was really a memorable event for her and us as one BIG Family.

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God has been faithful to our children at HRHF and we are very grateful.

Children's day 27th of May 2002 was spent outdoor at Funland Park. The children had fun, participated in different games like train rides, horse rides, swings, boat ride and slides. There were different types of food, ice cream, popcorn and candies to eat.

The children had their midterm test during the first week of June 2002 and they all did excellently well. Skylight school and Meilleur school had their open day on the 8th of June 2 0 0 2. The children had their midterm break on the 9th and 10th of June 2002.

HRHF's children had their measles vaccination (vitamin A) at their school on the 20th of June 2002. The vaccines were well tolerated by all the children with no reactions.

The child protection unit officers visited the home on the 19th of July 2002, they checked the children's files for proper documentation, Inspected inside and the surroundings of the home for safety and general wellbeing of the children. At their exit's discussion with the social worker and other staff that were present at the home, the officers highly commended the social worker and staff for job well done and to keep up the good work.  They were really impressed with their findings.

The children at Meilleur schools had their End of third term party on the 21st of July 2002.  The children participated in the rhyme’s recitation. They had food and drinks and were given 5 big food warmers as gifts. They were given school report cards and 4th term's invoice for school fees.

Inner-city mission invited the orphanage for their maiden edition of orphanage support network global conference which took place on the 26th of July 2002.  The children were given a bag of rice, garri, tins of milo and milk.

HPCH"s social worker was at an event for all orphanages called "CAFO" collaborate Lagos, the event was all about orphanages coming together to discuss the way forward for the betterment of the children at orphanages. It was held at youth Hall of fountain of life ilupeju on the 26th of July 2002. The discussions were centered on the children.

Inner-city mission came to the home on the 30th of July 2002 to install their dish and decoder for the children to watch children's educational programs and other programs of their choice that are appropriate for their ages.

The children's schools resume back for a new session on the 5th of September 2002.

 To all our donors, we truly appreciate your commitment to our children at HRHF.

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We are using this medium to let you our donor understands, that without your generous donation their will not be Hope Rising Homes Foundation (orphanage) and we know what that will do to the children in our care. It is because of you that we can fulfill our mission and our commitment to the children in the home. AS a result, we are saying a big thank you and the Lord will continue to provide for you too. You shall never lack anything good.

 This 2022 started on good note with all our children.

 We have established a quarterly training for our care givers, to improve their care skills, close monitoring of the children and to make sure they are never out of sight during church services & outings. “Their safety is our priority”.

 HRHF, is law abiding organization and we shall continue to follow the state regulations, it also benefits our children. On the 3rd of February, 10th of February 24th and 26th of February 2022, four of our children were present in court as it was previously scheduled to monitor their status, if there is an update about their family, growth, and care.  This occurs every quarter for all the seven children in the home on different days.

 On the 14th of February 2022, Golden Crown Academy Visited the children to celebrate valentine’s day with them, also a family visited to celebrate son’s

birthday, brought some food, biscuit & Drinks for the children for the celebration.

On the 16th of February 2022, the Mellieur school held their PTA. A lot of issues were discussed, issues like:

ü    Children should be brought to school early.

ü    The school authority should be informed on who picks the child up from school to avoid missing of a child.

ü    Parents should make sure they put food in their children’s food flask and if buying it out there, it should be well protected etc.

The issues that were addressed at the PTA were used with the care giver, inform of a training for improvement.

 This same day 16th of February was the children at skylight school inter house sport which was held at command school command B/stop. The children had fun and represented their various houses in the competition.

 There were couple of birthday celebration in the home in the month of March 2022.

On the 10th of March 2022, we were at the court for one of the children, but the magistrate was not on seat, the child was given another date 31st of March 2022. 

This is one of the challenges we face regarding the children going to court. Cancelation and rescheduling of dates, happens too often, also happened in February and we will not get to know until we arrived in court. Transportation wise, it is costing us a lot of money. Thank you for your continuous support. On the 31st of March, we were in court with the child, her mother’s relatives came to court, her grandma’s elder – Sister with her grandma’s younger brother. They came around with pictorial evidence (Family pictures) and we got updates about her other siblings at a home in Lekki.

 Cultural day of Meilleur school children was also held on the 31st of March 2022. The children attended the event and were well dressed in Iro and Buba representing Lagosian. They were happy and very excited with their outfits. 

 On behalf of our founder, the board of trustees, our staff, and the children at Hope Rising Homes Foundation, thank you so much for your support. Without you, we would not be able to constantly work to improve the lives of the children. We all truly appreciate your donation and constant support for our organization. Your support is the greatest gift we could receive as we attempt to create a better world for vulnerable and at-Risk children.

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 On the 5th of August , the children attending Meilleur best children school, had their school party (End of the session party). It was fun, they were given gifts for being one of the best student (2 pots and 2 dishes with cover lids).

Our children that attends Skylight school and Meilleur best children school officially went on holiday on the 5th of August 2021.  The children learnt new things during their holiday. They got to learn about eating habits, importance of greeting, praying before eating and academics generally.

On September 30th a group of students from Statu school visited the home, they met the children, they came to celebrate the independent season with the children and also got more enlightened about the children living in an orphanage. They all learnt a new thing back to their school. They brought gifts and food items for the children.

October 1st was Nigeria Independence Day. The children were home, they celebrated the independence day by praying for Nigeria. We all did a little artwork together using a cardboard and marker to design the Nigeria flag. We had pictures, videos and a special delicacy to mark the day.

 The children started their mid term test on Thursday 21st of October and ended on Wednesday 27th of October. They vacated for midterm break on the 29th of October. They had a one week midterm break, they enjoyed.   

 The caregiver and  the children were present at this year’s orphans days which took place at the youth hall of Fountain of Life Ilupeju. On the 8th of November. The children and founders were entertained by children from different homes. Every home in Lagos State were represented. 

Our children are all doing excellently well in their accedemics, health wise and in their social activities.  Looking foward to Chiristmas celebration by the grace of God.

To our donors and encouragers, we are saying thank you. May the Lord reward you greatly.

   

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As part of our poverty alleviation program, this year we reached out to Hope Rising Home Foundation community in Ikola, Ipaja Lagos, Nigeria We provided free eye tests, free reading glasses, free blood sugar and glucose test, free blood pressure check, food items, free clothing, and educational materials.

The event was made possible by Almighty God that used other charity organization in collaboration with Hope Rising Homes Foundation, - Hands of Hope Foundation, Total Respite Foundation and Mercy International Medical Mission Inc. This is a great part of our mission, and it was a success.

Children day was celebrated on May 27, 2021. Observance of Children's Day in Nigeria is aimed to raise public awareness of problems, that children face. About 42% of the Nigerian population are children and 1/3 of children aged from 6 to 14 do not go to schools. Many children leave schools for different purposes and children's rights are often violated. We are hoping that the government of Nigeria will do more to solve the problems connected with children's right violation and imperfect system of education.

HRHF's children went on outing to a park with staff and had wonderful celebration

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