Zoe’s Flower The Foundation, a non-profit organization based in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja, has stepped up its initiatives to eradicate extreme poverty among the less-privileged in rural communities within the nation’s capital.

In celebration of the New Year and its Founders’ Day, the foundation organized a thanksgiving celebration at the compound of Chief Danjuma Tanko Anyidadubo, the Head of Durumi 2 Community. The event featured various humanitarian activities, including the distribution of clothing materials, footwear, and donations of food items such as rice, spaghetti, noodles, tomato paste, and seasonings to vulnerable individuals in the community.

As part of its ongoing efforts, the foundation extended its reach to several hospitals in the FCT on New Year’s Day, presenting gift items and cash to patients for their well-being.

Founder Uchenna Duru-Nwaotule emphasized that the NGO has been actively assisting and empowering vulnerable women and children for the past decade. The foundation has conducted workshops and training programs aimed at enhancing the skills and capabilities of women and girls. Duru-Nwaotule stated, “We aim to aid the vulnerable girl child and women to achieve their full potential, live productive lives, and make an impact in the world. We aspire to eliminate the injustice of poverty and give the vulnerable a chance at living.”

She further highlighted the foundation’s primary focus on training women and girls in various skills to empower at least one million people nationwide to escape extreme poverty. “We are trying to empower beneficiaries, economically, educationally, and vocationally so they can be who God has ordained them to be,” she added.

Chief Danjuma Tanko Anyidadubo, the Head of Durumi 2 Community, expressed appreciation for the foundation’s support and acknowledged its significant contribution to the development of the girl-child. He encouraged the foundation to continue its impactful work.

Beneficiaries of the foundation’s initiatives expressed gratitude as they received various prizes and cash gifts during the outreach program.

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