Three projects - several communities

IDPs OUTREACH PROJECT

Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Nigeria


Many IDPs in Nigeria are having hard times.
They need your help

Many Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Nigeria are having hard times. In the various IDP camps scattered throughout the country, the conditions of living really leave a lot to be desired.

Recently we visited the neglected and forgotten Kutara Tataradna, IDP Camp, Karu LGA, Nasarawa. The IDP camp in Masaka which houses over 500 people is about an hour drive off the major express way in Nasarawa state. KUTARA TATARADNA centre for Internally displaced People is neglected and lacked many essential amenities.


Statistics speak for themselves


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1.7m

Over 1.7m million internally displaced people

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90

Over 90% of them are hungry and lack basic amenities

Management and team of Prince Osisioma foundation visited the KUTARA TATARADNA centre for Internally displaced People situated at Masaka Nasarawa State to donate gift items such as Bags of rice, Bags of new and used cloths, Cartons of tissue papers, Hospital bed for clinic, Drip stand, 1st aid box with fully kited equipment, School bags for the over 300 children, Books and writing materials for the children and other domestic items. .

So many organizations and non governmental bodies partnered with our foundation in making sure the event was a huge success. Special thanks to our Partners and volunteers: Ubbaharris Charity Reachout, Wazobia Maxtv, Nigeria Info Fm, Wazobia fm, University of Abuja Law clinic, World united youths against terrorism, Cool fm abuja, Serewa Africa and other well meaning Nigerians who donated and also came out enmass to support the activities of the day and make the children smile.

BACK TO SCHOOL PROJECT

Educational Empowerment, Nigeria


Millions of people lack basic education.
They need your help

According to UNICEF, many families cannot afford the associated costs of sending their children to school such as uniforms and textbooks. Even when children enrol in schools, many do not complete the primary cycle.

According to current data, 30% of pupils drop out of primary school and only 54% transit to Junior Secondary Schools. Reasons for this low completion rate include child labour, economic hardship and early marriage for girls.

Education has been recognized as a basic human right since the 1948 adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. A positive correlation exists between the enrollment of children in primary school and the gross national product and life expectancy. Because of this correlation, enrollment in schools represents the largest component of societal investment into human capital.


Statistics speak for themselves


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10.5

mln of children out of school in Nigeria

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30

% of pupils drop out of primary school

Our Back to school program is aimed at helping less privileged children go back to school by providing tuition and academic materials..

We have successfully sent back to school over 1000 students in various levels of education. Through our scholarship scheme, we have over 110 students on scholarship in various tertiary institutions cut across the nation. By the end of 2027, we hope to have awarded scholarships to over 25,00 students in Nigeria and abroad through our “BUILD A LEADER” project..

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TOUCHING LIVES PROJECT

Helping the less privileged


Millions of people are hungry and thirsty.
They need your help

National Bureau of Statistics reports that about 112 million Nigerians live below poverty level.

United Nations, UN, report on Nigeria’s Common Country Analysis, CCA, described the country as one of the poorest and unequal country in the world, with over 80m of her population living below poverty line. Nigeria, with a population of over 175 million, is the most populous nation in Africa and the seventh most populous in the world. Her population will be approximately 200 million by 2019 and over 400 million by 2050.

The unemployment rate in Nigeria increased to 14.2 percent in the last quarter of 2016 from 10.4 percent a year earlier. It is the highest jobless rate since 2009 as the number of unemployed went up by 3.5 million to 11.549 million while employment rose at a slower 680.8 thousand to 69.6 million.


Statistics speak for themselves


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100

mln of people live below poverty level

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14

% of unemployed in the labour force

Millions of people live below poverty level. Our empowerment programs are targeted at these people. We want to empower them; feed the hungry and create wealth as well. With our touching lives project, we are distributing food to thousands of poor people across the country.

Our grassroot sports development programs are aimed at harnessing youth talents at grassroot levels and helping them turn to super stars.

Thank you for your kindness dear volunteers