A NEW YEAR HOPE FOR VULNERABLE CHILDREN IN NIGERIA

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OrganizationTabitha Maison Foundation
Region Nigeria
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ProjectLeader TABITHA HOME


This project is Inspired by the sad reality of a growing number of the less privileged, neglected, indigents, orphans and vulnerable children in Nigeria. Tabitha Home gives these children (whose vulnerabilities ranges from Neglect, Lack of Basic Needs, Sexual and Physical Abuse) access to all deserving rights and needs of children like Shelter, Nutrition, Psychosocial Support, Education, Medical, Protection, Rehabilitation, Child development, Social Integration and Sustainable Entrepreneurship.


Challenge

In Nigeria, there are growing number of Orphans and Vulnerable Children. These children are faced with life threatening situations like street life, neglect, medical and unhygienic conditions, homelessness, malnutrition, sexual, emotional and physical abuse. These conditions have adverse effect and negative consequences to the society as it exposes the children to death, unhealthy lifestyle and social vices.

Long-Term Impact

This project will enable the beneficiaries (Vulnerable Children) to contribute positively to the society through advocacy and creativity, to participate confidently in healthy social competitions, to recognize their values, potentials and core strengths, to become empowered young people who are self reliant and productive; hence reducing social problems and supporting sustainable growth and social development.

References

  1. https://tabithahome.org/
  2. http://www.tabithahome.org
  3. https://youtu.be/INz6uRXarw0


Additional Documentation

https://www.globalgiving.org//pfil/49811/projdoc.pdf

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