The Foundation organizes a dedication service and charges mothers with mentoring
By Gami Tadanyigbe
The Yeyedu Outreach Foundation advised mothers to provide good guidance to their children in order to engender a healthy society.
The foundation gave the task on Sunday during its inauguration service at the RCCG Latter House Glory Assembly Church, Abuja.
Miss Juliet Gbefwi, chairperson of the foundation, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) shortly after the dedication service that she has committed her activities to God and humanity for the development of the country.
Gbefwi said the organization, a Christian foundation, aims to reach vulnerable people in society.
She explained that the foundation sought to improve the quality of life of the less privileged, children and women through initiatives that would improve their access to good health care and quality education.
While calling for better livelihoods for the less privileged in society, she also advised mothers to educate their children well to ensure a better and responsible nation.
According to her, the foundation envisions a society where no orphaned and vulnerable child is deprived of an education and where women are empowered to fulfill their potential for the economic development of the country.
“We render services to improve the lives of children and the less privileged in society, especially in rural areas and remote communities.
“We have carried out different interventions in the areas of health, education, women’s empowerment and civic engagements in the country,” she said.
Gbefwi also reiterated the foundation’s commitment to ensuring that indigent children, especially in rural communities, are cared for.
She added that the foundation has carried out several intervention programs ranging from medical care, food donations and counseling, among other services. (NAN)(www.nannews.ng)