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NGO’s seeks for more support for less privilege women

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    Non Governmental Organisation, (NGO) operating under the aegis of “Help Women Foundation” has called on the wealthy individuals in the country and beyond to give more assistance to the less privilege women in the society.

    The founder of the foundation, Mrs. Ayobola Olupinla made the call on Wednesday, while launching the organisation, “Help Women Foundation” in Ilorin, kwara State Capital said the foundation was established as result of her passion in assisting the less privilege people.

    “I love giving and this is the only reason that prompted me to come up with Help Women Foundation, I believed, it will give me more opportunities to reach out to more people, especially, those that are truly in need in rural areas”

    “Help Woman Foundation, is about vulnerable, poorest of the Women, Women with disabilities and orphans”

    She added that the foundation would collaborate with various organizations in the state and country to actualise this purpose to the desirable level.

    Help Women Foundation, however use the launching occasion to distributes food items and cash to two selected women in each of the sixteen local government areas in the state, in addition to five people living with disabilities.

    While speaking at the event, the state Commissioner of Tertiary Education, Hajia Modibbo Kawu applauded, Ayobola for her kindness and urged wealthy people in the society to support the foundation to achieved its objectives.

    As part of her own support for “Help Women Foundation” a medical practitioner, Dr. Janet Ogunmodede, said she is ready to be giving two hours per day to give psychotherapy service for five persons at free of charge.

    Source: Nigerian Pilot

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