The advancement of a community
begins with the transformation of its individuals, especially women and girls.
It is in this, that Nnadozie continues to be a leading proponent in the core areas of:

 


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EXCITED BENEFICIARIES

THE FIRST PHASE OF THE S.H.E PROJECT RECORDED HUGE SUCCESS, AS 20 PREGNANT WOMEN IN AFUGIRI COMMUNITY NIGERIA, BENEFITED IN MAY 2019.

The Safety, Health and Empowerment (S.H.E) project for rural women and children is an Nnadozie initiative with the primary goal of reducing the high rate of maternal and child deaths in rural areas of Abia State, Nigeria.

Join Us!In keeping with this initiative Nnadozie continues to raise support  to provide clean delivery kits and essential supplies for the Primary health center of the Afugiri community, located in Umuakam village. This kits required at childbirth will ensure a safe and hygienic delivery for over 250 local pregnant women.

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Nnadozie foundation is currently working in Abia State Nigeria. Abia State is a State in South eastern Nigeria. The capital is Umuahia, although the major commercial city is Aba, formerly a British colonial government outpost. The State was created in 1991 from part of Imo State and its citizens are predominantly Igbo people (95% of population). It is one of the nine constituent States of the Niger Delta region. There are 17 local Government areas comprising 184 wards. It has a population of about 3.5 million people. The rural areas of Abia State lack basic infrastructure such as good roads, electricity, health centres and water. Consequently, poverty and unemployment are prevalent in these areas. Tradition bestows authority on the men thus there is a wide gender gap in the State. Nnadozie foundation is working hard to improve the living conditions of women and children under these difficult conditions. We are also gearing up to scale our operations to other States in Nigeria.

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