Adda Mata Charity Foundation (AMCF) is a Nigerian based Non-Governmental and Not-for-profit organization created with the fundamental aim of uplifting underprivileged women and children through empowerment programmes and aids.
Federal Government on Tuesday announced the rehabilitation of rape victims in country. Minister of State, Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, Ambassador Mariam Yalwaji Katagum made this announcement during a courtesy visit by a delegation from the Federation of West Africa Freelance Journalist Association (FWAFJA) led by its President, Mr. Abayomi Runsewe at her office in Abuja.
An NGO, Project Enable Africa, PEA, has unveiled a new programme targeted at enhancing business enterprises being run by Persons With Disabilities, PWDs, in the country.
British Council Partners with Women’s Rights and Health Project to Sensitise Women on Gender based Sexual Violence
Women’s Rights and Health Project, WRAHP, is one of the NGO'S which under six months has been consistently holding talks with stakeholders through town hall meetings in different local governments in Lagos.
A non-government organisation (NGO), House of Justice (HOJ) in collaboration with Resilient Aid & Dialogue Initiative (RADi) and Kunak Foundation has planned to raise N100m to support the rebuilding of homes, livelihood, and education of victims of attacks and killings in Southern Kaduna.
A Non-governmental Organisation, Civil Society Action Coalition on Education for All, CSACEFA, on Tuesday, stated that the absence of a policy or law that engenders the girl child education was what has accounted for the low enrollment ratio of the girls into various schools in the State.
An NGO, Wildlife of Africa Conservation Initiative (WACI), has called for re-introduction of Cheetahs into the Nigeria’s wildlife, because of their roles in ensuring a healthy ecosystem. Its Executive Director, Ms Adenike Adeiga, made this call at an event marking the 2020 International Cheetahs Day, held at the National Park Headquarters in Abuja on Friday.
Ingressive For Good Partners with Coursera, DataCamp and Facebook to Provide Technological Skills to the African Youth
Ingressive For Good (I4G), a non-profit focused on providing tech training for one million African youth, has partnered with DataCamp, Coursera and Facebook to close the skill gaps and provide access to high-quality training to Africans for free.
Malala Fund, a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), in a new report on girls education in the country amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, says girls in Nigeria faced distinct gender impact from the COVID-19 pandemic with over 50 per cent of them not receiving any help to continue their education during school closures.
Two key indicators of a country's GDP are the economic power of citizens and the percentage of gainfully employed youth. However, 30% of African youth are unemployed. Ingressive For Good (I4G), a non-profit, is looking to change that with their mission to increase the earning power of African youths through tech training, job placement and community.
Center for Reproductive Rights and Legal Defence and Assistance Project (LEDAP) has said that out of the 2.2 million Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs in Nigeria, 1.17 million are women while 510,555 are girls of reproductive age.
This year’s theme for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women is “Orange the World: Fund, Respond, Prevent, Collect!”. Like in previous years, this year's International Day will mark the launch of 16 days of activism that will conclude on 10 December 2020, which is International Human Rights Day.
Save the Children International, Nigeria, in partnership with Federal Ministry of Finance, Budget and Planning have called on journalists to beam the search light on increased reportage of nutrition issues in Nigeria.
A non-governmental organisation, High Level Women Advocacy (HILWA), is sensitising rural communities in Zamfara on the importance of girl-child education. The Kano State Chairperson of HILWA, Prof. Aisha Ismail, told newsmen in Gusau on Friday that the campaign was targeting parents.
About 185 #EndSARS victims in 23 hospitals across nine states have received a medical intervention fund that would help defray the medical bills of some of the hospitalised victims.