12 Person (s) Supported

PROJECT 1000

raised ₦ 2435.00

of ₦ 30000000.00


1 year, 1 month ago
45% Complete
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suregifts
₦250.00 | 11 months ago
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₦500.00 | 11 months, 1 week ago
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₦500.00 | 12 months ago
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₦500.00 | 1 year ago
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₦25.00 | 1 year ago
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₦250.00 | 1 year, 1 month ago
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Anonymous
₦10.00 | 1 year, 1 month ago
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suregifts
₦45.00 | 1 year, 1 month ago
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Anonymous
₦25.00 | 1 year, 1 month ago

Description

The IREDE Foundation (TIF) is a not-for-profit organization. Our overall aim is to focus on encouraging and empowering indigent children between the ages of 0-18 living with limb loss (either acquired or congenital) confidently live a self-sufficient and fulfilled life; free of limitations and societal stigmatization. With the help of individuals … We can help bring hope alive for CHILD AMPUTEES. With N1000, you can join the IREDE Partners to help more child amputees write, ride a bike, be back to school and that way we can reduce societal stigmatization. Be part of the 1,000 people who would commit to giving N1,000 every month to provide prosthetic limbs to child amputees. Our Process is to: EDUCATE: We are focused on educating care-givers and the society on congenital and acquired limb loss; and how to relate and care for children with this kind of loss. This is delivered via our communication strategy which is broad; from Individual or Interpersonal Communication and Counselling to use of multimedia (TV, newsprint, social media, videos) and mass communication, targeting various levels. ENCOURAGE: We understand the challenges these children and their families face daily; and desire to be there for them when they need encouragement and support. Thus via the establishment of Support Groups, we have a support system they can count on always. EMPOWER: We are focused on empowering the African child living with limb loss by providing prosthetic limbs. This is to enable them to live his or her life to the fullest; having equal access to life’s opportunities like every other African child.