Our Foundation Overview
Clarehil Literacy Development Foundation was founded in 2020 by Nwabunike Oge. Our first project was our visit to Umudike Central School Ukpor, Nnewi-South LGA of Anambra State.
- We later visited a crippled woman, Stella Uzoigwe at Oji River, Enugu State 2020, where we supported her with food items and cash.
We have also visited the less privileged at Eziagu. We also organised covid-19 lessons for them, while providing seminar books and foodstuffs.
- A visit to Mr Sunday Onuigbo, an abandoned blind man at Eziagu Enugu State was undertaken, by sponsoring him to TESH Specialist Eye Hospital, Enugu.
- We initiated a zero-hunger project by feeding beggars and disabled people at Old Park, Enugu State, and some communities in Oji Town where those in the Leprosy Center, Enugu also benefited.
- A 2-day Book Presentation and Library tour of Akwa Ibom at the Mother Charles Orphanage, in collaboration with VIFADAD Medical Mission.
- During the Covid-19 pandemic when some Students could not go to school we at Clarehil Literacy Development Foundation made reading and learning materials accessible; organized literacy and numeracy programmes to boost educational performances, thereby bridging the gap created by the pandemic.
- Creating awareness for children and young people to catch up with the new learning environment disrupted by the covid-19 pandemic, by creating values for the overall wellbeing of children and the underprivileged in society through critical, targeted support for educational and literacy development.
- To promote healthy, social, emotional, and behavioural development for the most vulnerable in society.
- To provide them with educational and healthcare support towards improving their means of livelihood.
- To inculcate literacy culture among poor and underprivileged children.
- To encourage, support, and spread love to the less privileged citizens of Nigeria and Arica at large.
To improve the lives of the poor and underprivileged.
To seek sponsorship in assisting the less privileged in the society.
To undertake medical advocacy in the remote areas of the society.
To channel available funds towards lifting and sustaining the educational levels of the underprivileged.