OUR SCOPE OF WORK


We work with partners worldwide to tackle critical problems in five program areas.


Our Global Health Division

Our Global Health Division aims to reduce inequities in health by developing new tools and strategies to reduce the burden of infectious disease and the leading causes ofINFANT AND child mortality in developing countries. THUS focusING on improving the delivery of high-impact health products and services to the world’s poorest communities and helps countries expand access to health coverage. ALSO WE PARTNER WITH LOCAL HEALTH CENTERS TO ADMINISTER PREVENTIVE DRUGS SUCH AS POLIO VACCINES AND MENINGITIES, SENSITISATION AND AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS ON HIV AND AIDS AND ALSO CAMPAIGNS AGAINST THE DISCRIMINATION OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV AND AIDS, AND IN DISPENSING RELIEF MATERIALS SUCH AS TREATED BEDNETS TO PREVENT MOSQUITO BITES THAT CAUSES MALARIA WHICH HAS A VERY BAD RECORD IN AFRICA ESPCIALLLY IN NIGERIA WHERE A CHILD DIES EVERY MINUIT OF MALARIA. YES! EVERY MINUTE OUR MEMBERS WERE ALSO QUICK IN RESPONSE WITH AIDS FROM OUR PARTNERS AND SPONSORS DURING CHOLERA AND EBOLA OUTBREAKS IN MOST PARTS OF WEST AFRICA .

EDUCATION

Our core value chain in this organisation is availing quality and acessible education to the least child in our community , for we believe that the first step out of abject poverty is when the children who holds the key to the future can have access to quality education,we partner with local schools, print medias and teachers union to supply educational tools such as books, writting materials, we hold book fests, booth camps, excusion and other recreational yet educational programmes that are beneficial to the total well being of a child. we also embark on educational projects such as community libraries, healthy educational competitions such as spelling bees and organising regional examinations and sports activities were the best candidates are offered scholarships and sponsorships with the help of our donors and sponsors worldwide thus giving us a platform to access the untapped potentials locked in and yet to be developed.

The girl child programme

The girl child programme Worldwide, more than 700 million women alive today were married as children. 17% of them, or 125 million, live in Africa. Approximately 39% of girls in sub-Saharan Africa are married before the age of 18. All African countries are faced with the challenge of child marriage, whether they experience high child marriage prevalence, such as Niger (76%) or lower rates like Algeria (3%). Child marriage is widespread in West and Central Africa (42%) as well as Eastern and Southern Africa (36%). The causes of child marriage are common across Africa. Parents may marry off their daughter due to poverty or out of fear for their safety. Tradition and the stigma of straying from tradition perpetuate child marriage in many communities. Crucially, gender inequality and the low value placed on girls underlie the practice. If we don’t act now, the number of girls married as children will double by 2050 and Africa will become the region with the highest number of child brides in the world (UNICEF, 2014). in light of this we have developed a special programme known as "the girl initiative" with focus on the gal child and her plight especially in africa were they are debased, neglected and left with reckless abandon, we engage them on the following drivers.

our causes

HELP CHILDREN LIVING IN POVERTY

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The idea of a better world foundation program was birthed by Mother Teresa a year before her demise in 1997. Her love for the world has sprouted many ideas for the betterment of the world. Among the ideas was the philosophy of "TO WHOM MORE IS GIVEN, MORE IS EXPECTED" Studies has shown that most extremely poor people lack managerial skills and unable to handle capitals unlike average or very rich individuals who already has investments or running businesses. Launched in 2012, The Better World Foundation better world Programme is an empowerment initiative devoted to reinforcing well meaning individuals to build up, encourage and assist well meaning individuals give back to the community as much as possible and represents our 21-year, $900 billion commitment, to redistribute the world's wealth which is hoarded by unrealistic and inhuman individuals over time.

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