With a series of projects, we are redefining how we help indigent and vulnerable women and children.
18.5 million children in Nigeria do not have access
to education and this number is increasing at an alarming rate.
18.5 million children in Nigeria do not have access to education and this number is increasing at an alarming rate.
Over the past seven years, as an organization, we have provided 7,400 children from low income communites access to quality education.In line with SDG goal 4, Our organization donates basic education and welfare items to children from marginalized communities at the beginning of the school year.
Barriers to education for the children include poverty, many of them do not have school materials which hinders them from going back to school. Our consistent outreach to these children has reduced the rate of out of school children.
Recent hike in inflation has made living conditions for people in marginalized communities even more difficult, thus affecting their ability to afford basic amenities.
Our organization’s goal is to collect gently used clothes and toys and make them available for the vulnerable at no cost, eliminating clothing insecurity for everyone. We have donated clothing and welfare items like pads, shoes, household materials to over 1,800 people over the years. We look forward to your continued support towards these children and their families.
As part of our sustainable development goal 3, Dream Nurture Initiative, in collaboration with our partners has donated emergency essential medication and Sanitary pad to vulnerable women and children in Marginalized communities in Lagos. Achieving good health and well being requires ensuring access to primary health care for people in marginalized communities.
Period poverty is one of the primary reasons girls leave
school on a regular basis.
Period poverty is one of the primary reasons girls leave school on a regular basis.
Period poverty has a great impact on the education, health and emotional well being of women and girls. Our annual pad a girl project aims at sensitizing young girls in low income secondary schools on the importance of good menstrual hygiene and providing 100 girls with reusable sanitary pads.
It is important that women and girls have easy access to menstrual hygiene products to meet their needs. Your donation of N2,000 / $2 can provide a girl with a pack of reusable sanitary kit. Let’s push for safe periods, education and girl’s rights.