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We have adopted and enforce the operationalization of the following eight UN Agenda 2030 for the development of the African communities and the world at large

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We Listen, We Care, We Act

Chinwe Nnagbo Foundation (CNF) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization registered in 2020 with the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria dedicated to providing good health; promoting gender equality, quality education, and peace; and alleviating the poverty of the underprivileged people through actionable programs to foster and sustain development in African communities and the world at large.
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FOOD RELIEF PROJECT

WASHCARE PROJECT

PROJECT FEED 1000 PROJECT

VACATION SCHOOL

MAKOKO STEM SCHOOL

STEM School Project For Makoko Slum

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Chinwe Nnagbo Foundation (CNF) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization registered in 2020 with the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria dedicated to providing good health; promoting gender equality, quality education, and peace; and alleviating the poverty of the underprivileged people through actionable programs to foster and sustain development in African communities and the world at large.

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More than 60% of children in Africa are affected by extreme hunger.

A basic need as food has become inaccessible by many, a situation that can lead to malnutrition in children.

We are committed to providing foodstuffs for vulnerable households throughout the year to ensure their children have foods to eat.

You can also partner with this cause by offering as little as you can to help feed a child.

You can make donations to:

Chinwe Nnagbo Foundation
Zenith Bank
1210144333

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Yetunde Adeseluka-Oladejo holds a Master of Public Health Degree from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

 

She is a Public Health Specialist, Nutrition Specialist, IYCF counsellor, Recipe developer and an Advocate for Women and Girls. She is a 2020 fellow of the Young African Leaders Initiative, West Africa, Ghana, finalist of the Active Citizenship Award and a 2019 Young African Leaders Award finalist in the Gambia. She is passionate about providing sustainable solutions and innovations to public health challenges affecting the underprivileged in Nigeria and Africa.
Amos Oluwatoye has worked on several international development projects with NGOs as a Program Manager, Researcher, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer and passionate Volunteer. He has experience in volunteering with NGOs by working with them to executive projects funded by international organizations such as UNICEF, WHO etc.

 

He is currently the Program Manager of Chinwe Nnagbo Foundation, an NGO with the vision of alleviating the sufferings of less privileged people in the African communities and other parts of the world. He is also a Researcher/Monitoring and Evaluation Officer with Talklove Africa Foundation where he spearheads a research group to conduct community-based research to inform and impact community projects. For a few months, he has been working with Building Blocks for Peace Foundation as a Research Fellow and a Policy Researcher and Analyst with the Nigerian Global Affairs Council.

 

He obtained a B.A (Hons.) in philosophy from Adekunle Ajasin University, Nigeria, in 2006, and completed his Master Degree in Public and International Affairs from the University of Lagos, Nigeria in 2012. His areas of interest are violent conflict prevention and peace building, public policy, research methods, community development and international affairs.

 

Oluwatoye has written and published several articles. He is the author of the book, The Journey of a Generous Man.