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Once a subsistent and uneducated farmer, he is now a pre-degree student of Usmanu Dan Fodiyo University.
It was found that most of the children lacked vitamins and minerals, due to absence of eating vegetables.
There were high risks of communicable diseases, like dysentery and cholera, to spread in the village.
They had an old house available for this project, but it needed to be repaired, again.
She doesn’t have to beg people to give her money, and she is able to earn money to feed her children.
The Wellness Committee has successfully lowered the illness and mortality rate in Bulesa Dima Village.
Our 50-50 principal made them deliver on their half of the effort!
Many girls strongly embraced our Empowerment Center programme and are now working hard with much joy for the chance they have been provided.
Halkano suffered at his home from pain for three months after he broke his legs and ribs in a car crash.
We coached the Water Committee on how to network with offices that might be interested to help, and how to make their presentation.
“Education is neither Eastern nor Western, it is human.” – Malala Yousafzai
The villages had significantly reduced many common infections and diseases though simple knowledge.