A non-GOVERNMENTAL organisation based in Jos, Plateau State — Stefanos Foundation has donated assorted food items worth over N6.7m to 10,400 households at the Tse-Ayande Internally Displaced Camp (IDP), North- Bank, Makurdi Local Council of Benue State.
To achieve her goal of impacting 10,000 women in 2021 and 5 million women across Africa by 2030 through the Women Techsters initiative,Tech4Dev, a non-profit social enterprise recently, launched the #IAmAWomanTechster Campaign with an Art Exhibition.
The National Complementary and Alternative Medical Association (NACAMA), an NGO, has tasked schools to impart adequate first aid knowledge to students.
World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) was established in 2003 in conjunction with the World Health Organisation (WHO) and is a significant advocacy and communication based event aimed at reaching national organisations, governments and the general public, giving a singular message that suicide can be prevented.
Five Cowries Arts Education Initiative has started a twelve-month long programme for 100 teachers in Oyo State, with the American Corner in Ibadan, supported by the US Consulate, with 1 Million Teachers (1MT) as a co-delivery partner.
The Project START program for kids held virtually on 26th of August, 2021. It was the 15th Edition in the 4 years of it’s existence for women and kids. This 4th Edition for Kids is tagged ‘Career Edition’.
As part of efforts to celebrate and empower women in the South-East region, Nigeria’s leading integrated foods and Agro-Allied Group, Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc (FMN), owners of the iconic Golden Penny Foods brand has provided practical skills and valuable resources to help women in the region grow their businesses, reward them, and encourage them to live an active lifestyle.
A Non-Governmental Organisation, known as Integrated Health Programme, has donated medical equipment, worth millions of naira, to the Ebonyi Government.
Grassroots Initiative for Gender and Development ( GRID), a non-governmental organization (NGO) has advocated for the inclusion of women and girls with disabilities in development programs, noting that they are usually excluded during response and recovery programs during emergencies.
Niger government through the Ministry of Public Health declared a cholera epidemic on August 7, 2021. Following this announcement, Start Network members, a global network of non-governmental organisations, made up of more than 50 national and international aid agencies from five continents, raised an alert for cholera in Niger to the Start Fund. The alert was activated on 13 August and the partners were selected on 14 August 2021.
A non-governmental organization, Novel Association for Youth Advocacy, with support from Population Reference Bureau have commenced sensitisation on family planning for adolescents in Nasarawa state.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, ahead of her 15th All-Africa Service project, has stated that partnering with the Lagos State Waste Management, LAWMA, non-governmental organisations, NGOs, and market associations, among others, to clean the state will help fight the spread of cholera and other sicknesses.
Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) in Anambra State declared yesterday that what they need from Nigerians is equal rights and not charity, expressing their readiness to participate actively in the forthcoming November 6 governorship election in the state.
As part of activities to mark its 10th anniversary, Bukka Hut Restaurant has partnered with an NGO, Sponsor A Child Through School Foundation (SACTS) to donate N500,000 and 2,500 exercise books to aid the education of less privileged children.
A group, Centre for Citizens with Disabilities, CCD, has claimed that 100 per cent of all the People Living With Disabilities, PWDs, head clusters in Lagos indicated that none of them has been engaged or involved in any of the COVID-19 vaccine amid third wave, despite several interventions by the state government.