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RNI proposes to embark on her maiden outreach tagged Rural Charity and Health Outreach at Agele and Mogba villages in Eruwa, Ibarapa East Local Government Area of Oyo State.

In addition to the high level of starvation and poverty that is prevalent in Agele and Mogba villages, this outreach was borne out of a survey that was conducted in these villages. The survey revealed a very poor WASH (Water Sanitation and Hygiene) condition, which predisposes the villagers to water-borne diseases and skin infections. The Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) that were conducted, revealed that the villagers practiced open defecation which aids the spread of diseases in the environment. Also, the villagers practiced burning of household waste, which invariably contributes to global warming. In addition, the pair needs ranking indicated that lack of water is a major challenge, making water a felt-need in the communities.

On a long term, Rural Nurture Initiative (RNI) seek to create sustainable solution to the water challenge as well as provide adequate sanitation facilities in these villages.

However, in the interim, we will be embarking on a charity and health outreach to better their living condition. The proposed activities include:

  • Medical Test (Malaria and HIV test)
  • Basic Vital Signs (Blood Pressure and B.M.I.)
  • Sensitisation on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)
  • Post-test Health counseling
  • Free medication
  • Gift items (Foodstuff, clothes, footwear, toothpastes, toothbrushes, etc)

We ask that you kindly give to better the lives of these rural dwellers and join the effort we are making to save and improve rural lives. Please visit any of these online platforms to make a donation:

Or send your donation to:

Fidelity Bank
Rural Nurture Initiative

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The unprotected well at Agele Village
The stream as a source of water in both villages
Some village dwellers at Agele Village
Some village dwellers at Mogba Village