What We Do

About the Foundation Programs

What We Do

The Foundation was created to break the harsh cycle of poverty by creating various programs and activities to teach the value of self-empowerment and improvement.

We assist the disadvantaged people of the Niger Delta community by ensuring that essential basic humanitarian services like access to healthcare, health education, recreational facilities and vocational training are available.

Various programs and activities will be offered at a centralized facility, including:

— Skills Acquisition Program

The skills acquisition program is the Foundation’s flagship program. Every year, funds are provided in the form of scholarships for the people of Okrika to acquire necessary life skills.

This program is designed to meet the growing unemployment challenge within the host communities. Beneficiaries undergo one-year intensive professional training at reputable institutes; after that, professional certificates are issued upon graduation.

Some of the skills provided include Fashion and Design, Bead making, Catering, Arts & Crafts, Hotel Management etc. After graduation, the Foundation offers start-up kits to beneficiaries to aid them in becoming successful entrepreneurs.

IMPACT– Over 50 people have benefited so far from the program.

What We Do
What We Do

— Panel Sessions/Mentoring

Born out of the desire to motivate and inspire young girls, the foundation launched the Panel Sessions/Mentoring program targeted at female undergraduates of tertiary institutions in Nigeria.

This program aims to shape students’ mindsets through quarterly discussions, mentor them towards a best-fit career path and their passions, harness potential, and expose them to essential skills required to navigate life and the best possible ways to achieve their goals.

— Graduate HSE Program

The MGE Graduate Health, Safety, and Environmental course is a six-week program sponsored by the Foundation for graduates seeking to acquire the HSE 1 & 2 certificates as an added advantage to their 1st degree.

This program is tailored to meet the needs of young graduates seeking jobs and career development. The professional certification helps build the profile of graduates and increases their chances of securing full-time jobs.

What We Do
What We Do

— Community Sports and Recreation

The Foundation donates sportswear to schools in Okrika for recreational use and during sports events.

Activities will also be provided through camps, clinics and training sessions in the following sports:

  • Tennis
  • Soccer
  • Basketball
  • Track and Field
  • Squash
  • Swimming
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