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The Obijackson Foundation is dedicated to improving the socio-economic well-being of Nigerians through healthcare, education, nutrition & empowerment.

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No single child should ever be subject to violence. Chiziterem, who is only 1, had his ankles chained by his uncle for two days just because he dared to take money to buy noodles. The uncle also applied hot water to the hands, which only made things worse. Good new: Chiziterem has been admitted to our rehabilitation home; his recovery continues. Everything is looking good, and he'll be able to be admitted to school soon. Thanks so much to all those who support us by donations and other means. #GivingBack

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Playing our part to protect the environment is now a lifestyle for us at the Obijackson Foundation. #GivingBack

We've been helping people and businesses stay on their feet in these trying times. Nnamdi is one of the beneficiaries of our Microcredit Empowerment Scheme who has achieved financial independence with a thriving business. Thanks to all those help us do more. #GivingBack

2020 was quite the year of reckoning for healthcare systems here and around the world; the COVID-19 pandemic has further highlighted why we need to invest in universal health to ensure everyone is protected. 2021 needs to be different. #HealthForAll #protecteveryone

To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity. Nelson Mandela #Standup4HumanRights

"Let us stand in Solidarity; not to a specific country, race or religion but rather to Humanity." - David Vox

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Whether they're home with you or a thousand kilometres away, we hope you spend today with those who mean the world to you. Here's to more love, happiness and peace. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

It's been a year filled with so many ups and downs, and we look back with gratitude. Thanks to all those who helped up to make an impact by reaching the most vulnerable people around the country. #GivingBack

Special thanks to Engr. Andrew Njoku-Obi, MD of Hammakopp Consortium, a Nestoil company, for adopting an orphan through our I-Train Scholarship Scheme for his law education. Engr. Njoku-Obi's annual donation will be used for school fees, rent and other academic resources. #GivingBack

No child should have to go through what Chioma, 9 years old, has gone through. After being physically and emotionally abused by her uncle, the Obijackson Foundation intervened, and she has now received proper medical care. Chioma now has a lifetime scholarship and we're ensuring she gets justice in court. #GivingBack

Mentally, we're at Christmas already! Gearing up for the upcoming holiday season demand at the Obijackson Farms, we have increased our stock of broiler birds. #GivingBack

Keep Okija Clean and playing our part to protect the environment is now a lifestyle for us. Recently we partnered with Hammakopp Consortium, a @nestoilltd company, to clear the canals of Oheregbu /Amaranta road in Okija. #GivingBack

Child marriage, female genital mutilation, sexual assault and other forms of violence against women and girls should have no place in our societies. #orangetheworld #GenerationEquality #16days

Empowering people to be able to provide for themselves and their loved ones is even more important in these times of economic uncertainty. This is exactly what we did for John from Lagos recently. The Obijackson Foundation equipped him with the resources to start a new business. #GivingBack

In the midst of everything going on in the county right now, it is very encouraging to see kind gestures from everyday Nigerians. The family of Miss Rita Balogun recently donated essential supplies to the foundation to support the Ibadan Mercy Home project and impact the lives of children. #GivingBack

Hamza, one of the recent beneficiaries of the Obijakson Foundation scholarship scheme, has benefitted greatly from the programme. When he completes his technical craft training in mechanical engineering, he'll be able to better support himself and his family. Thanks to all those who support us to do more. #GivingBack

"The human contribution is the essential ingredient. It is only in the giving of oneself to others that we truly live." - Ethel Percy Andrus

Helping people like James here live a better life is why we started our Homebound Programme. Having no access to quality healthcare and no one to turn to made his medical condition worse. With the homebound programme, James now has a free 1-year health insurance coverage, monthly food supplies and cash allowance, a full-time caregiver and other resources that will help him and his 12-year-old daughter prosper. Thanks to all those who support us to do more. #GivingBack

We've been expanding the Obijackson Foundation Farm to ensure that no child goes hungry. Recently, we started a two and a half acres farm in Ibadan that is now providing much-needed nutrients for children in our centre. #GivingBack #Farming #ZeroHunger

To help address the effects of the current economic situation and the rise in food prices all over Nigeria, we have distributed essential food items to over 5,000 people. In the past month alone, over 200 households have benefited from this programme. #InThisTogether #GivingBack

We recently led members of the Women's Fellowship from Nnewi on a visit to the Rehabilitation Center for Children, Old and Tramps (RECDOT), Ozubulu. Food, clothing and cash donations were made to support the home. #GivingBack

We’re on a mission to ensure food security and create employment through the Obijackson Foundation Farm. We are currently expanding the piggery section to accommodate a lot more pigs and more. #Agriculture #FoodSecurity

Happy Independence Day, Nigeria. Here's to many more years of unity and standing up for what is right. #NigeriaAt60

About 17.9 million people die from heart-related diseases annually, and with the presence of COVID-19, cardiovascular disease patients are even at a greater risk. Every day, commit to taking care of your heart for a better quality of life now and in the future. #UseHeart #HeartHealth

This new week is another opportunity to make your environment clean and safe. What steps will you be taking to protect your environment? Share this to remind a friend. #ForNature

The Obijackson Foundation was founded in 2010, and since then, we've been putting smiles on people's faces. Serving God in our Neighbours is not just a slogan; it is our way of life. #GivingBack

Across the country, we're working to improve the living standard of people from some of the most vulnerable and impoverished communities. Food, shelter and healthcare are human rights, and no one should have to die because they cannot afford them. #GivingBack

A universal way to achieve peace among all people is to live in love, beginning with those around us. We can create the future we want by treating other people as we would want to be treated. #ShapingPeaceTogether #ObijacksonFoundation

People like Felix know first hand the impact the coronavirus has had on earning an income. In one of our recent empowerment outreach, we were able to donate some much-needed essential supplies to him and other members of communities across the country. Thanks to all our supporters who make programmes like this possible. #GivingBack #InThisTogether

You do not need to be super-wealthy to be able to give and help people more in need than you are. Helping charities around you plays a role in tackling hunger, illiteracy and other social challenges. It takes all of us. #GivingBack

Every day, little actions we take can help people who are already on the edge or contemplating suicide have another outlook on life. Spread love and be kind to people around you, strangers or otherwise. It takes all of us. #SuicidePrevention

As over 70 million Nigerians cannot read or write, we still have a huge gap to cover in achieving education for all. In this time of the coronavirus pandemic, education has never been this important. Here's how you can play a part. #ILD20 #Literacy #LiteracyDay #LiteracyDay2020

The Obijackson Foundation Youth Empowerment Scheme is helping address the problem of unemployment while protecting the environment. Young people employed through this scheme are playing a key role in maintaining a clean and healthy environment. #ForNature #GivingBack

We are glad to have supported secondary school students in Anambra in getting ready for the recent WAEC exams by offering free preparatory classes in all major subjects. Thanks to all those who supported this initiative. #GivingBack

Freedom is the exclusive right of every human being. We're glad to be contributing our part to enabling people and communities learn, earn a living and live in liberty. #SlaveTradeRemembraceDay #Freedom

Mosquitoes spread diseases such as malaria, Yellow fever and Zika virus. They harm more people than any other creature in the world. The onus is on all of us to stay protected by clearing slow moving water paths, eliminating weeds, using pesticides and taking other precautions. #WorldMosquitoDay

"If you can't feed one hundred people, just feed one." - Mother Theresa. On this day, we thank all of our commited partners. You too can join us to feed and help those in need by donating. #ObijacksonFoundation #WorldHumanitarianDay #GivingBack

#FlashbackFriday to one of the recent matches in the Obijackson Foundation Football Tournament. We can't wait to be back in the field again. #football #Fridayfeeling