Projects / Programs by Envision Global Care Foundation
The projects and programs by Envision Global Care Foundation aimed at supporting the internally displaced persons in Nigeria are:
One of our current project titled mentorship program connects individuals who posses specific skills and knowledge, individuals and mentors with other individuals i.e protégés who want to advance in their work place, job, level in skill, academic and level of performance.
Adolescence is a crucial stage in human development characterized by peer pressure, confusion, exuberance and experimentation, particularly with sex, drugs and alcohol. The less-privileged and vulnerable groups are prone to being victims of early marriages/births, sexual abuse and poor career choices due to unforeseen circumstances, socio-economic inequities, harmful traditional practices or socio-cultural activities.
Another on going project managed by Envision Global Care Foundation is the EMNCH Program or Envision Maternal, Newborn and Child healthcare program in partnership with The Wellbeing Foundation Africa, financially support the delivery service and delivery kits of 30 less-privileged women, especially those not previously enjoyed quality and facility-based delivery.
Overview of activity: Saturday 4 th of November, 2017, Envision Global Care Foundation
organized a medical outreach in partnership with SAYITNigeria and Amanda Chisom
Foundation. The aim of the activity is to sensitize and support the IDPs on the importance of
HIV and AIDS screening, prevention and treatment. The Foundation also provided relief
materials as part of its humanitarian service to the camp
World Aids day outreach overview of activity: On 30 th of November, 2017, in partnership with SAYITNigeria and Journalist
Alliance for PMTCT in Nigeria (JAPiN), the Foundation visited the camp of the IDPs in Kabusa, Abuja. This
activity was carried out in commemoration of the World AIDS Day (1 st December).
Overview of activity:
To commemorate with the World Children’s Day, Envision Global Care Foundation organized an
outreach to an Internally Displaced Persons Camp Primary School at Durumi. The team was
accompanied by a researcher from Full Bright Program in the United States (Florby Darme), and his
assistant from Wellbeing Foundation (WBFA). Other agencies were also present at the IDP primary
school to celebrate with them. One of such agencies was the Child Aid and Support Awareness