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International non governmental organisation with special interest on rights of African children, Jose Foundation is partnering a top United Kingdom cardiovascular surgeon, Prof Abdallah Raweh, on the treatment of indigent Nigerian children with heart related conditions. The move is part of the humanitarian gestures of Jose Foundation towards reliving Nigerian parents who have […]Continue reading
An humanitarian non governmental, Jose Foundation has kick start the collection of signatures nationwide under the #NAME AND SHAME CSE MOVEMENT, to petition President Muhammadu Buhari, Senate President, Senator Bukola Saraki and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon. Yakubu Dogara over the unabated wave of child sexual exploitation in the country. A copy […]Continue reading
What has been tagged the ‘First Workshop on the Elimination of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in Nigeria’ has been held in Abuja, the nation’s capital with a conscious call for a concretive actions by all towards ending the scourge of child sexual abuse. The 4-day training programme was on the staple of the Federal Ministry […]Continue reading
By Adele Forrest. CHILD abuse whistleblower Jayne Senior is heading to Nigeria to help a team of delegates create a plan to tackle child sexual exploitation (CSE) in the country. Jayne, who runs outreach centre for CSE survivors Swinton Lock, was officially invited by the Nigeria High Commission to speak at the four-day conference in […]Continue reading
As Nigeria join the rest of the world to mark the 2018 Children’s Day today, Jose Foundation, an international nongovernmental organisation with penchant for the protection of children against child sexual exploitation (CSE), has demanded firm action against child offenders across the country. In a press release on the occasion of the 2018 Children’s Day […]Continue reading
Wife of the President of the Republic of Ghana, Mrs Rebecca Nana Akufo Addo, has indicated interest to attend the forthcoming workshop on Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) scheduled to hold in Abuja next month. In a press release by Jose Foundation yesterday in Abuja, president of the Foundation, Prince (Dr) Martins Abhulimhen, said the Ghanaian […]Continue reading
The Coalition of Wives of Presidents and Vice Presidents in Africa for Peace (COWAP) has honoured Nigerian international humanitarian organisation, Jose Foundation for its efforts and philanthropic activities in championing the cause of women and children in ending extreme poverty in Africa. The award was given to the humanitarian organisation at COWAP Innovation Gala and […]Continue reading
Rotherham child abuse whistleblower Jayne Senior is to lead a delegation to Nigeria offering advice on how to tackle child sexual exploitation (CSE). She will travel to the capital Abuja with academics and professionals from the US and UK. A report by the children’s charity Unicef found one in four girls and one in 10 boys in […]Continue reading
Nigerian international non governmental organisation, Jose Foundation has said that it is going to collaborate with the wives of the 36 states governors in tackling the menace of child sexual exploitation even as it has joined the global initiative at safe guiding the rights of children against all forms of abuses. In a press statement […]Continue reading
As part of its efforts in addressing the rising cases of child sexual exploitation in the country, Jose Foundation, a Nigerian international non-governmental organisation with a penchant for child rights has opened its Abuja office to handle matters of child sexual abuses. Speaking at the brief ceremony in Abuja, president of Jose Foundation, Prince (Dr) […]Continue reading
NATIONWIDE CAMPAIGN ON CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION KICK OFF IN NIGERIA 2019.
JOSE Foundation Safeguarding in Sport Conference.
Venue: Hogan Lovells, 140 West Street, Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Date: 25 & 26 May 2019.(LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE)