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To prevent a third wave of COVID-19, international humanitarian group, Jose Foundation has embarked on sensitisation of women and girls on best protective practice against the dreaded disease in Abuja. The Foundation kick-started the sensitisation program at the Durumi Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) Camp, Area One Abuja where the project team conducted a needs assessment […]Continue reading
No fewer than 500,000 women across Nigeria are to benefit from empowerment program powered by Jose Foundation United Kingdom in conjunction with financial technology firm, Agency Alliance Ltd. This was disclosed in a press statement signed by the president, Jose Foundation UK, Dr Martins Abhulimhen and made available to journalists in Abuja yesterday. He said the empowerment […]Continue reading
Irked by the incessant attacks on Police personnel and formations in the south-east region, international non-governmental organisation, Jose Foundation UK, has condemned the acts, describing it as threat to justice, peace and development. A statement signed by the president of the Foundation, Dr Martins Abhulimhen, made available to journalists in Abuja on Sunday, said the […]Continue reading
Jose Foundation, a Nigerian international non governmental organisation in the forefront in the fight against sexual exploitation of children and women has felicitated the Acting Inspector General of Police, Usman Baba, on his appointment as the 21st indigenous Inspector General of Police of Nigeria. In a congratulatory message to the new Acting IGP today signed […]Continue reading
Jose Foundation, UK, an international non-governmental organisation fighting for the rights of children, women and the vulnerable, has congratulated the newly appointed chief of the air staff, Air Vice Marshall Isiaka Oladayo Amao, saying the air chief is a distinguished soldier and patriot. A congratulatory message entitled “Congratulations To A Distinguished Soldier And Patriot” and […]Continue reading
A multi-million naira trust fund to fight against gender based violence (GBV) has been launched by Nigerian international nongovernmental organisation, Jose Foundation. In a press statement yesterday signed by Dr Martins Abhulimhen, president, Jose Foundation, disclosed that the trust fund became necessary to addressing the rising cases of gender based violence across the […]Continue reading
The University of Benin Alumni Association (UBAA) Lagos Branch, has honoured philanthropist and child rights activist, Dr Martins Abhulimhen, with an Award of Excellence in recognition of his philanthropy and advocacy on gender based violence (GBV) all over the world At a ceremony in Lagos, Dr Abhulimhen who is the president of Jose Foundation U.K. […]Continue reading
Stakeholders converged on Abuja last week to formulate an action plan against the rising cases of rape, violence against women and other minors. Not a few suggested a stiffer punishment for offenders in order to deter further acts against the safety of women and other vulnerable members of the society. Yemisi Okunlola writes As the […]Continue reading
The commitment to end Gender Based Violence (GBV) by the Nigeria Governors Forum and their wives has been hailed by an international non governmental organisation, Jose Foundation, United Kingdom. Speaking with LEADERSHIP on the side line of the just concluded first annual conference of the Nigerian Governors Wives Against Gender Based Violence (NGWA-GBV) in Abuja, president of Jose […]Continue reading
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 […]Continue reading
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.
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