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.