Together, we can build poverty-free communities: we can be the hope for that vulnerable community
Empowering rural communities to alleviate poverty
Through our community-based approach with vulnerable communities, we alleviate them from poverty through various programs that focus mainly on using entrepreneurship, health, and rehabilitation to create substantial empowerment which in turn alleviates the communities from extreme hardship and poverty that hold them back. We desire to see them develop, grow and contribute towards building a bigger and better future.
An empowerment scheme in the rural community of Imeko, Ogun State, aimed at empowering 250 women. The project will help raise family income to substantial levels, from an average $5 weekly, and also help provide opportunities for reduced cases of domestic violence and discrimination against women.
The health implications of shortages in the supply of water in Nigeria are massive. Because the percentage of people in the rural part of the country who have access to safe water is very small the direct health repercussions the situation imposes, especially on children, is often underestimated.
We avail and educate rural communities on the usage of mosquito nets and necessary precautions to take to avoid being taken down by malaria. Many families find peace and healthiness using the net.