SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE

by Sam Onyemaechi Humanitarian Foundation
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE
SUPPORT 350 OLD PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN IMO STATE

Summary

Embarking on a transformative journey, SOHF and Samony Foods passionately pursue sustainability to realize UN Sustainable Development Goals for the elderly. This visionary project addresses the unique challenges faced by those living with dementia, a condition not synonymous with aging. With an alarming 7% of adults aged 60 and older affected, the collaboration goes beyond mere assistance, carving a path towards a future where aging is synonymous with dignity and holistic well-being.

$150,000
total goal
$149,506
remaining
7
donors
1
monthly donor
2
years

Challenge

The problem addressed in the context is the prevalence of dementia among the elderly, affecting about 7% of adults aged 60 and older. Dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, presents challenges related to memory, language, and decision-making abilities. The collaboration between SOHF and Samony Foods aims to provide support for the elderly living with dementia while actively working towards sustainability and aligning with UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Solution

SOHF and Samony Foods address elderly dementia by delivering targeted support for memory and cognitive challenges. Their initiative prioritizes holistic well-being, reshaping the narrative around aging. Aligned with UN Sustainable Development Goals, this collaboration not only aids individuals but also contributes to a sustainable future. Through a dual commitment to health and the environment, they forge a path towards dignity and resilience for the elderly grappling with dementia.

Long-Term Impact

SOHF and Samony Foods' collaboration promises a lasting impact, improving the quality of life for elderly individuals with dementia. The sustained support not only enhances well-being but also fosters resilience and dignity. Prioritizing sustainability, this initiative aligns with broader societal goals, ensuring a positive, enduring effect on both individuals and the environment. It paves the way for transformative, long-term improvements in elderly care and contributes to a sustainable future.

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Organization Information

Sam Onyemaechi Humanitarian Foundation

Location: MBAISE, IMO - Nigeria
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @samueli02274871?s=08
Project Leader:
Agomuo Rosita Nkeiruka
MBAISE , IMO Nigeria
$494 raised of $150,000 goal
 
27 donations
$149,506 to go
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