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Uwaila: Foundation Pushes For 21 Years Jail Time For Rape Offenders.

Miffed by the rape and murder of Vera Uwaila Omozuwa in a church in Benin, Edo State where she had gone for studies, an international non governmental organisation, Jose Foundation has announced that it’s pushing for 21 years jail term for rape offenders and other forms of violence against women and children in Edo State […]

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VCPB Presents Special Recognition Award 2020 to Jose Foundation UK.

We are deeply humbled and overwhelmed to receive such recognition award from a board preventing violent crimes VCPB, We at Jose Foundation accept the award to amplify our voices to end all crimes against humanity, not limited to child sexual exploitation, Rape, FGM Female Genital Mutilation, Child Marriage, Human Trafficking and GBV Gender-Based Violence. We […]

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Jose Foundation Environmental Summit & CSR in Abuja.

Our objective is to raise awareness on the prevailing situation in our country and call on stakeholders to act and act promptly. We intend to highlight the prevailing causes and how we can work together for a Safe Society. Our team of experts from the United Kingdom Led by Dr Linda S Spedding, International Lawyer […]

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Foundation Honours Philanthropist Prince Ned Nwoko On Sports Devt.

Delta State born Philanthropist, Prince Ned Nwoko, has been honoured in recognition of his commitment to sports development in Africa. Presenting the award to Prince Nwoko during brief a ceremony in Abuja at the weekend, the president of Jose Foundation, Dr Martins Abhulimhen, said the Award was in recognition of the frantic efforts and sacrifices […]

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Jose Foundation Seeks First Lady’s Support In Ending Sexual Exploitation.

To mitigate the rising wave of child sexual exploitation across the country, an international non-governmental organisation, Jose Foundation has said it is seeking the support of Nigeria’s First Lady, Mrs Aisha Buhari, to curbing all sexual exploitations in Nigeria. In a press statement in Abuja yesterday, Jose Foundation said that it is expedient for leaders […]

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Jose Foundation Commends PMB Over Choice Of Ogah As Minister.

President Muhammadu Buhari has been lauded over his choice of Abia State born investor and philanthropist, Uchechukwu Ogah, as one of the incoming minister in his Next Level cabinet. The commendation was contained in a press release in Abuja by the president of Jose Foundation, Dr Martins Abhulimhen, saying the President Buhari’s choice of Mr […]

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JOHANNESBURG DECLARATION ON SAFEGUARDING AGAINST HARASSMENT AND ABUSE IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION, SPORT AND RECREATION

Jose Foundation Safeguarding in Sport Conference Organised by the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee Hosted at Hogan Lovells, 140 West Street, Sandton, 2196 25th – 26th May 2019 JOHANNESBURG DECLARATION ON SAFEGUARDING AGAINST HARASSMENT AND ABUSE IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION, SPORT AND RECREATION WE, the delegates and representatives of the sport, recreation and physical […]

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JOSE FOUNDATION WELCOMES PLEDGES TO SAFEGUARD CHILDREN & VULNERABLE ADULTS IN SPORT IN AFRICA.

Dr Prince Martins Abhulimhen, President of the Jose Foundation, has welcomed pledges made by a number of sports bodies to action policies and measures to safeguard children and adults from harassment and abuse following the Jose Foundation Safeguarding in Sport Conference held in Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa on the 25th and 26th May 2019.   Dr Prince Martins […]

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SASCOC Champions Safeguarding of Athletes

Safeguarding of athletes is a uniquely fundamental issue aimed at protecting athletes against all forms of abuse. In recognition of this the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) in partnership with Jose Foundation and organised by Norman Brook a Sports Consultant, hosted a Safeguarding in Sport Conference which was held at the Hogan […]

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Tackling child poverty, sexual exploitation and abuse is the plight of many governments, multinational organisations and charities around the world.

These profound issues need dynamic solutions, commitment and resources to ensure they remain at the forefront of our agenda to become better communities that protect our most vulnerable.

Dealing with the tragic stories and case studies, delivering information and services, providing a voice for the voiceless in places they can never reach is powerful, inspiring and an essential service to humanity.

At Jose Foundation we know first-hand how challenging it can be to work diligently towards the prevention of crime.

JOSE Foundation Environmental Summit & CSR in Abuja. 

Jose Foundation Safeguarding in Sport Conference in Abuja.


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