Millions of people in Nigeria are homeless, impoverished, un-sheltered, emaciated and neglected; with no basic amenities, no source of food and no help. At least five (5) people are estimated to die a day as a result of these inhumane predicaments, with hundreds of thousands suffering from diseases ranging from malaria, polio, diabetes, potential hypothyroidism, hypopitwitarism (other yet detected) or a co-mobility of the above.
A huge population of these are children who are going through their early stages of life with no rudimentary skills inculcated in them, no training, no education and no survival tools for their lives as adults; putting them at risk of vices and exploitation and abuse.
Our goal is to provide shelter/homes for both adults and children displaced and in need of emergency care by seeking for and supporting homes that take in orphaned and abandoned children, providing direct care form our organization to create shelter or seeking the help of volunteers and aid to facilitate the process of refuge provision to those in need.
During the 19th century a profusion of charitable organizations emerged to alleviate the awful conditions of the working class in the slums. The Labourer’s Friend Society, chaired by Lord Shaftesbury in the United Kingdom in 1830, aimed to improve working-class conditions.
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