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Nigeria: Foundation Set to Unveil Subsided Healthcare for Widows, Pregnant Women, Children

The King Ogunremi Foundation, a non-profit Organisation is set to unveil plans for its commencement of the 'KOF Medical Centre' which will provide subsidised healthcare for widows, pregnant women and children. According to KOF Project Coordinator, Umendu Onyekachi, the idea was born following a recent research carried out by the...

Nigeria: Living Encouraged Ministries Reach Out to Underprivileged Women

Living Encouraged Ministries, a vision given by God to reach out to people in every walk of life with one message - renewed hope, is set to hold another outreach scheduled to take place today, April 2 at BSK Event Centre, Egbe, Lagos Tagged, "Sought out Conference", over 80 women...

Adaora Onyechere, GRAI, introduce “EDUCATE HER” scheme in Okigwe LGA

Today in Okigwe truly witnessed a day the rural in the Local Government have always prayed for as Ms Adaora Onyechere in partnership with Gender Research Advancement International puts smile on participants and beneficiaries of a laudable scheme tagged "EDUCATE HER" where girls from all Public schools in the LGA...

The Skilled Women Initiative: Life at the IDP camps requires urgent attention – Ms Adaora Onyechere

The Executive Director of WeWe Network Afrique, Broadcast Journalist andUN Ambassador For Peace, Adaora Onyechere was guest at the skilled WomenInitiative (TSWINI) programme, tagged anybody can make a Difference,yesterday at the Durumi IDP camp. TSWINI is a non-governmental organization formed with the sole aim ofteaching and providing Vocational skills to...

Ms Adaora Onyechere Spends Valentines Day With IDPs

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The famously celebrated Valentine's day, one which has been tagged a day to share love didn't end without a humanitarian reaching out to those that matter most - the vulnerable in our society. Ms Adaora Onyechere paid a visit to Durumi Area 1 IDP Camp In Abuja to mark and...