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26
Jan 2020

The need assessment exercise has provided an opportunity to take critical look at the communities and identifying priority problems /issues and possible interventions to address the problems. The underlying reasons for Implementing the recommended projects would be to address the needs of the communities as identified by them .   Onuesoke Foundation….Saving Humanity…Restoring Nature...

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26
Jan 2020

The needs assessment was carried out in 112 communities of the 12 clusters of OML30 Communities across 7 Local in Delta State. The need assessment document has captured critical development needs independently identified by respective communities and recommendation for intervention by Government and other Donor agencies were also covered by the report. We at Onuesoke Foundation consider this a significant milestone for the Implementation of community development Plan for sustainable economic projects....

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08
Jul 2017

Adolescents require information and skills to assist them to learn about sexuality, to explore their attitudes and values, and to practice the decision-making and other life skills they need to make informed choices about their sexual lives and protect their health. A School-based programmes to prevent dating violence.Focus on healthy, non-violent relationship skills through practice with peers to develop positive strategies for dealing with pressures and conflict resolution without abuse or violence....

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08
Jul 2017

With the raining season currently at its peak, a Non- Governmental Organisation (NGO), Onuesoke Foundation saddled with the responsibilities of protecting the environment, has released guidelines on prevention and control of flooding. Speaking on modalities of flood prevention and control, while delivering a lecture on ‘Rain, Flood and Environmental Impact’ in Awirhe a small farming community, Agbarha-Otor, Delta State, the Director of Operations of Onuesoke Foundation, Mrs. ugbobor Pearl  Igho  who traced causes of flooding to heavy rainfall, severe winds over water, unusual high tides, tsunamis, failure of dams, or other structures......

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17
Mar 2017

Moved by the plight of the ill health of ailing Mr Tony Grey, a Warri based ailing musician, Onuesoke Foundation in conjunction with a group under the aegis of Friends of Tony Grey in US have donated the sum of Five Hundred and Twelve Thousand Naira (#512,000) for his treatment. Tony Grey, has been laying critically ill for months now and need funds for necessary medical attention abroad after being diagnosed of prostate cancer and diabetes. Speaking to newsmen during the donation of the fund to the ailing musician on Tuesday, Chairman......

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16
Sep 2016

trainees have not just mastered the use of the sewing machine, they can now measure and cut fabrics by themselves hence becoming expert in their new line profession……. wow… that’s interesting….right?   Also, Trainees can now handle the sewing machine on their own even without the direct supervision of instructors. This program is aimed at helping our youth build skills to enable them to overcome economic and social barriers of their communities……..     ………PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE SOCIAL-ECONOMIC DEVELOMENT THROUGH PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP….  ...

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16
Sep 2016

a tree cannot make a forest …. hence the need for team work cannot be over-emphasized, as participant do learn from each other sometimes. THERE IS NOTHING MORE REWARDING THAN GIVING BACK AND MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF PEOPLE IN OUR SOCIETY. ……Onuesoke Foundation- promoting sustainable social-economic development through private\public collaboration…....

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