PROGRAMS 1• BACK TO SCHOOL We believe t hat access t o basic educat ional mat erials will enhance t eaching and encourage learning in deprived communit ies. Back t o School is a project t hat seeks t o mobilize educat ional resources for t eachers and pupils in villages as t hey get ready for a new academic year. 2• SCHOOL OF MENTORSHIP This is a quart erly program held in schools t o inspire, challenge, ment or and empower young people wit h maximum dext erit y t o manifest t heir purpose, develop t heir pot ent […]
A health assessment conducted by nurses of Jodeb Foundation made the following observations; 1. Instead of dustbins, some residents dumped their solid waste in the river. 2. The community has no health facility and health professionals. 3. No access to prompt and effective treatment of malaria due to the absence of a health facility. 4. No regular and effective Monitoring and Evaluation mechanism from the district health office. 5. No proper environmental management standards are adhered to. Residents urinate, brush teeth, bath and do all manner of things in the water.
As we celebrate this year’s women’s day under the theme ‘Balance for Better’, it is a perfect time to query the participation of women with disabilities in global affairs especially in governance and leadership. Do women with disabilities have a fair representation in governance, leadership and politics? Is society balanced and friendly enough for women with disabilities?