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Looking Back and Moving Forward

Dear Friend,
Happy New Year!  We hope the holiday’s was a restful and fulfilling one for you and your family. As we start the year 2016, we wish to share some of our most motivating stories from the past year in our effort to serve humanity. We first want to say thank you to you on the very crucial role you played in ensuring the success of the previous year for JEOF.
In 2015, we made considerable impact to help more vulnerable people. Over 2,000 children, women, and men now have brighter futures and a reason to be hopeful, thanks to your generosity. Presently, we are working on our 2015 annual report and impact data, and we expect it to be very encouraging. We were blessed to have provided free healthcare, nutrition, sanitation, and hygiene solutions to the poor and under-served communities across Nigeria.
Free eye care to over 200 beneficiaries: In November and December respectively, we joined hands with generous donors to reach a disadvantaged community in Bariga, Lagos; providing free eye diagnosis, treatment, counseling, distribution of medicated glasses, eye drops, multivitamins and awareness to persons suffering from various eye impairments ranging from refractive error, glaucoma, cataract and other issues.

ASPIRE mentorship program for secondary school students: considering the very high rate of moral decadence among the youth of today, the Aspire mentorship program is helping to bridge the gap by providing sound moral principles, life skills, vocational skills and mentorship to students in public schools. 507 students of Wahab Folawiyo Senior High School benefited from the maiden edition of the program on September 22, 2015.
Provision of Hand washing facilities, water and toilets: to ensure that the risk of infection and diseases is reduced to the barest minimum, especially among children who are at the highest level of risk and in great need of these facilities, JEOF in partnership with Mobil Producing Unlimited provided a well equipped lavatory in Awoyaya Primary school, thus ensuring that over 400 children and teachers never have to stay away from school due to lack of a decent lavatory.
De-worming of children: More than 100 children were provided with multivitamins and de-worming drugs with the aim to  treat malnutrition. This was achived in partnership with Jawa Group and Annie Pharma Limited. We expect our reach in  2016 to be even higher for  children across Nigeria.  .
JEOF raised over NGN 6 million : despite the challenges faced in the 2015 economic year, the Foundation received the support of kind hearted individuals and corporate organizations to raise over 6 million naira in cash and kind, helping us reach more vulnerable people across Nigeria. These successes drive us forward, motivating us to do even more work in 2016 to create a better society.

  • Addresse Primary Healthcare in poor rural communities: our goal is to renovate a minimum of 2 PHCs in hard to reach communities.
  • Providing free cataract eye surgery for beneficiaries of our free eye care program: presently, there are 22 elderly and one young infant on our waiting list, they need urgent care.
  • Providing school infrastructure for under-served public schools across Nigeria: we want to provide a decent learning environment for schools (libraries, sickbays, and structural deficient classrooms).
  • Providing WASH (water, sanitation & hygiene) facilities in poor communities: we want to provide good sanitary environment for our children in vulnerable communities.
  •  Economic empowerment for youth and women :we want to empower a minimum of 500 women and youths in 2016, especially in conflict torn regions in the country.
  • Support to internally displaced persons:we want to provide relief to as many internally displaced persons in the north, especially to women and children.
  • Collaborating to create change: We cannot achieve success alone, so we work and will continue to grow our partnerships with foundations, corporations, individuals, advocacy groups, communities themselves, and peer NGOs. And of course -- we are nowhere without support from individuals like you. Please call us on how you can support us : 08164793838 or visit
Thank you again for your partnership and support. Please read our quarterly newsletter to see stories that show your donations at work, impacting countless lives around Nigeria for better.
From all of us at JEOF,  we wish you a fulfilling and amazing 2016, filled with love, inspiration and joy!!!

Clare Henshaw
Program Director-JEOF
         ...service to humanity.

At JEOF, our mission is to use cost-effective approaches to deploy the resources of the Foundation towards the achievement of its goals using the most accessible, value adding, transparent and passion driven programs. Since its establishment eight years ago, JEOF has impacted the lives of over 7,000 less privileged and under-served members of the society through some of life its changing programs, some of which include; mentorship and scholarship to deserving less privileged and intelligent youths, free healthcare programs in poor communities as well as support to orphanages and old people’s homes. The Foundation also engage youths in rural communities through sports and recreation as a mechanism for youth development
visit our blog The Hope to read about our impact.

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