Nutrition Intervention for Diabetes Self-management (NIDS), for indigent adults living with diabetes, is a two-year (2020-2022) program that seeks to regulate the glycemic control of people living with diabetes (PLD) in low-income communities by providing them with free diabetes-appropriate meals or foodstuff. The Vision To solve the problem of food insecurity and poor dietary intake
The Lagos Food Bank Initiative Family Farming Program was designed to create a food and agricultural system that is managed and operated by a family, and relies on family labor to increase the quality of life in dignity, equity and reducing the level of hunger and poverty. The Goal of the program is to
Education Enhancement Intervention for Food Insecure Students, (EDUFOOD) is a program that seeks to improve the nutritional status and health of food insecure students. It is also geared towards increasing school attendance, reducing dropout rates and increasing the children’s ability to concentrate and comprehend in class. This program will also benefit the children’s care-givers/families by
Nutritious Meal Plan Intervention for Vulnerable Mothers and Children, (NUMEPLAN) project is a three-year (2019-2021) program that seeks to improve the nutrition of vulnerable mothers and children living in underserved communities in Lagos State. It pursues to ensure that they have sufficient intake of required nutrients and food for optimal growth, function and health.
We have added innovation to our food security approach by collating basic skills and educational qualifications of our unemployed beneficiaries into curriculum vitae through our job placement coordinator. These skills are advertised to corporate organizations, Donors, Individuals and Volunteers digitally using e-flyer to enable beneficiaries get jobs to fend for themselves, contribute to the enterprise
We go out daily to reach out to children and destitute on the streets of Lagos and its environs, spreading love and care to the forgotten and most under-served areas. the underlined part was omitted in what you put on the website