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As Jose Foundation, an international non-governmental organisation, with bias for Africa and the less privilege, marks its ten years of existence, it has lined up a couple of activities to commemorate the mile stone. A statement made available to the press by the President of the foundation, Prince Martins Abhulimhen revealed that the foundation has […]Continue reading
BY FRANK KINTUM, 16 JULY 2003 Lagos — Moved by the plight of the less privileged in the society and the dilemma of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the face of dwindling funds, a group of entrepreneurs and international businessmen have floated the Jose Foundation. With the mission statement: “Building Bridges to Eradicate Poverty and Improve […]Continue reading
19 OCTOBER 2003 Lagos — Jose Foundation, an international non-governmental body, has donated money to the Social Welfare department and some patients of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, (LASUTH). The donation was handed over to the Chief Medical Director (CMD) of the hospital, Dr. Femi Olugbile. Making the donation, on a visit to the […]Continue reading
BY FRANK KINTUM, 1 FEBRUARY 2004 Lagos — Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LAS-UTH) and Pastor Emma-nuel Blessing, of Jesus Chapel International Church, have benefitted from the largesse of Jose Foundation, an international non-governmental body. While LASUTH got N500, 000 to aid its social activities, the Pastor got N120,000 to solve an accommodation problem. LASUTH […]Continue reading
BY FRANK KINTUM, 4 AUGUST 2003 Lagos — The Jose Foundation, an international non-governmental organisation, which recently launched its website to make it possible for it to reach out to more less privileged in the society with its programmes has commenced its health programme. The first two beneficiaries, who were of serious diability, got N300, […]Continue reading
BY SEFY MEGAFU, 25 JULY 2003 Health — A non governmental organisation, The Jose Foundation, has commenced its health programme. Kicking off with donations made to two persons with health problems at the Foundation’s Ikeja head office, the beneficiaries got N300,000 and N200,000 respectively for medical attention. One Mr. Kester Oyiwe benefited to the tune […]Continue reading
BY FRANK KINTUM, 2 OCTOBER 2003 Lagos — The Jose Foundation, a United States (US)-based non-governmetal organisation(NGO) with projects across Africa, Middle East, Asia, and North America, was among the many organisations, private and governmental,which graced the recent fund riasing/gala night by the Gede Foudation in Washington DC, United States of America. Graced by several […]Continue reading
11 SEPTEMBER 2003 As the dreaded Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) continue to spread like wild fire international bodies, Jose Foundation and Guardian Scientific Africa (GSA) have reached an agreement to working together in a bid to fight the syndrome in Africa. A meeting held at Monmouth Beach, New Jersey, United States of America recently, […]Continue reading
BY SOLA OGUNDIPE, 3 FEBRUARY 2004 JOSE Foundation, an international non-governmental body, has kicked-off its 2004 programme with a donation of N500,000 to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) and N120,000 to a Lagos based family in need of accommodation. LASUTH had earlier benefited from a N250,000 donation from the Foundation. Receiving the latest […]Continue reading
BY AGBO-PAUL AUGUSTINE, Abuja A Nigerian international non governmental organisation, Jose Foundation, with biased for rights of children and women against all forms of sexual exploitation is partnering with ECPAT International on global alliance against sexual exploitation. The foundation which already has a partnership agreement with the Federal Government of Nigeria is taking advantage of […]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.
JOSE Foundation Environmental Summit & CSR in Abuja.
Jose Foundation Safeguarding in Sport Conference in Abuja.
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