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The World Creativity and Innovation Day.

Embrace innovation on World Creativity and Innovation Day! Innovation, creativity, and mass entrepreneurship are key drivers. His Marvellous Grace support Foundation, were honored to visit the Lagos state Skill Acquisition Center in Ikorodu celebrating and inspiring the vital role of creativity and innovation in human progress.

Date Created: May 12, 2024 5:20 PM

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Free medical screening

Health is wealth as they say!!!!
HMGSF organized an impactful free medical screening event in Sabo Ikorodu. The initiative aimed to enhance community health by providing accessible healthcare services to residents. A team of dedicated healthcare professionals conducted comprehensive medical check-ups, offering valuable insights into individual well-being. This noble effort reflects HMGSF’s commitment to community welfare, fostering a healthier and more informed society.

Date Created: April 16, 2024 10:46 AM

Author: HMGSF

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Commenter: Mr. Anifowose

Date: May 12, 2024 5:12 PM

I like this keep it up

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Date: May 12, 2024 5:13 PM

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My Body is My Body

HMGSF visited wineppess private school for “My Body is My Body” activity that emphasizes on the importance of understanding personal boundaries, respecting others’ boundaries, and speaking up against any form of harassment or abuse. The sessions were tailored to encourage open dialogue, enabling children to express their concerns, ask questions, and seek support in a safe and supportive environment. #mbimb #mybodyismybodyprogramme

Date Created: April 16, 2024 10:39 AM

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International women’s day

HMGSF teamed up with @kidsnteensngo and @peeeiniatives to host an Egg Race to Wealth event Themed: Gender Equality Through Economic Empowerment in karomojiji Fct Abuja. The innovative event aimed to empower women and girls, highlighting the importance of Equal Opportunities in achieving financial independence. #iwd #iwd2024 #iwd2024_womeninbusiness #internationalwomensday

Date Created: April 16, 2024 10:36 AM

Author: HMGSF

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World health day

To commemorate #worldhealthday2024🌏🌍 Hmgsf and team visited Allyson market Ikorodu, on World Health Day, we took a proactive step towards promoting wellness at Allyson Market in Ikorodu. We offered free blood pressure tests to market women and men, empowering them to prioritize their health. It was heartwarming to see individuals take charge of their well-being. Let’s continue to raise awareness and take action for better health outcomes! #worldhealthday #bloodpressureawareness #communitywellnessmatters

Date Created: April 11, 2024 1:24 PM

Author: His marvelous Grace support Foundation

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Commenter: Anifowose

Date: April 11, 2024 2:31 PM

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Continuing learning through alternate home and community based platforms.

A home based catchup/remedial learning on literacy and numeracy, teachers capacity developed through one million teacher online platforms and psych-social support to children and 508 members of SBMC across 6LGA and three states(sokoto, kebbi and Zamfara). In partnership with UNICEF, global partnership for education(GPE), federal ministry of education and one million teachers.

Date Created: April 26, 2022 10:13 AM

Author: HMGSF Admin

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Commenter: Sule Garba

Date: March 13, 2024 11:25 AM

This is great thing happening in the North

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Date: March 13, 2024 10:36 PM

Great to hear that too

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She Learns, She Leads initiative by HMGSF.

One of the most important benefits of girl education is that the country's future will be brighter and better. Similarly, our economy can grow faster if more and more women become financially strong thereby reducing poverty.

Most importantly, educated women can result in a decrease social issues like corruption, child marriage, domestic abuse and more. They will become more confident and handle their families better in all spheres. Thus we see how one educated woman can bring so much change in her life along with the others as well.

Date Created: February 13, 2022 10:16 AM

Author: HMGSF Admin

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Commenter: Ronke Ojo

Date: March 13, 2024 12:16 PM

Lets move. Great

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International Day of the Girl Child

In today's digital landscape, it's crucial to empower girls by recognizing their digital realities and addressing the challenges they face. By providing solutions tailored to their diverse needs, we can help them excel as technologists, ensuring freedom of expression, joy, and endless possibilities.

We must strive to amplify the voices of girls in technology, embracing their diversity and widening the pathways to success for every girl, regardless of race, gender, language, ability, economic status, or geographic origin. Girls are constantly breaking through stereotypes and barriers, including those that affect children with disabilities and those living in marginalized communities.

As entrepreneurs, innovators, and leaders of global movements, girls are shaping the future for themselves and generations to come. It's essential to acknowledge their contributions and support their endeavors.

In commemoration of the International Day of the Girl Child, themed "#Digital Generation Our Generation," His Marvellous Grace Support Foundation is proud to join the global community in celebrating girls' achievements. The event, held at Mike Jane Secondary School in Ikorodu, Lagos, Nigeria, underscores our commitment to promoting gender equality and empowering girls in the digital era.

Date Created: October 29, 2021 10:19 AM

Author: HMGSF Admin

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HMGSF CALL FOR SRHR AWARENESS

The collaboration between HMGSF and Vision Spring Initiatives (VSI) has underscored the urgent need for increased awareness of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) among women and girls.

Ngozi Nwosu-Juba, the Project Director of VSI, emphasized the importance of providing youths with comprehensive information on sexuality and their rights. She highlighted the consequences of misinformation, particularly the alarming rates of unsafe abortions among pregnant young girls, leading to severe health complications.

Addressing a media dialogue on Universal Health Coverage, Nwosu-Juba emphasized the crucial role of various stakeholders, including the government, parents, religious leaders, schools, and media organizations, in educating young people on SRHR. She stressed the need to empower youths with accurate information to navigate challenges they face, especially in the digital age where misinformation is rampant.

Nwosu-Juba called for government intervention to bolster Primary Healthcare facilities, ensure gender budgeting, and reduce reliance on external funding for SRHR initiatives. She emphasized the importance of collaboration with civil society organizations to bridge gaps in healthcare services and support comprehensive SRHR programs.

Mrs. Oluwadamisi Tayo-Ladega, Executive Director of HMGSF, echoed the call for SRHR awareness, particularly in cases of child abuse and rising incidents of rape. She emphasized the role of education in empowering women and girls to protect themselves from sexual abuse.

Lateef Akinborode, Executive Director of the Community Women's Right Foundation, emphasized the importance of educating children about responsible internet usage to mitigate exposure to harmful content. He called for accountability for perpetrators of sexual abuse and the promotion of infrastructure to empower women and girls.

Foluke Ademokun, Executive Coordinator of Ajoke Ayisat Afolabi Foundation, highlighted the link between poverty and early sexual activity among girls. She stressed the need for government accountability and infrastructure development to address the root causes of gender-based vulnerabilities.

Overall, the collective efforts of these organizations underscore the critical importance of SRHR awareness in safeguarding the health and well-being of women and girls in Nigerian society.

Date Created: June 6, 2021 10:30 AM

Author: HMGSF Admin

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Commenter: Bola Elegbede

Date: March 13, 2024 10:51 AM

I love this

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Date: March 13, 2024 6:17 PM

Thank you we will keep it up

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Date: March 13, 2024 7:58 PM

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Ending Harmful Practices

In the ongoing battle against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Nigerian society, the His Marvelous Grace Support Foundation has launched a proactive campaign to deter this harmful practice. The campaign, conducted in the Ikorodu area of Lagos, was primarily directed at the youth, coinciding with the Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation day.

Mrs. Oluwadamisi Tayo-Ladega, the foundation's founder, highlighted the mission's urgency to eradicate this practice within their immediate community. She emphasized the dangers of female circumcision and its adverse effects on the girl child's Sexual and Reproductive health and rights. Stressing that FGM is a violation that should not be tolerated, she called on the government to enact legislation to curb its prevalence.

Residents of Ikorodu expressed appreciation for the foundation's efforts, believing that such initiatives would help discourage the practice. They also urged for more widespread sensitization efforts in other parts of the community where traditional practices like FGM are still prevalent.

A notable highlight of the campaign was a short drama highlighting the societal imperative to end FGM, underscoring the foundation's commitment to bringing about positive change.






Date Created: June 6, 2021 10:24 AM

Author: HMGSF Admin

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Commenter: Akin

Date: March 13, 2024 8:00 PM

Thumbs up

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Date: March 13, 2024 8:01 PM

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Commenter: Akin

Date: April 7, 2024 6:47 AM

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Campaign Against Female Genital Mutilation

To combat the deeply-rooted practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Nigerian society, the His Marvelous Grace Support Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organization, launched a targeted campaign aimed at ending this harmful tradition. Held in the Ikorodu area of Lagos, the campaign focused primarily on educating the youth about the dangers of FGM, coinciding with the Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation day.

Mrs. Oluwadamisi Tayo-Ladega, the founder of the foundation, expressed the mission's urgency in putting an end to this harmful practice within their immediate community. She emphasized that FGM constitutes a violation of girls' Sexual and Reproductive health and rights, calling for legislative action to curtail its prevalence.

In addition to their efforts against FGM, the NGO also conducted sensitization activities to mark World Cancer Day on February 4, 2020. Under the theme "I am, and I will," the foundation organized a rally in Ikorodu to raise awareness about various types of cancer, including prostate, cervical, breast, liver, and childhood cancer. The aim was to educate residents about cancer's signs, symptoms, causes, and prevention, stressing the importance of early detection and regular screening.

The residents of Ikorodu expressed gratitude for the NGO's initiatives, believing that such efforts would help deter harmful practices. They urged for further sensitization campaigns in other parts of the community where traditional practices like FGM are still prevalent. The event featured a poignant drama highlighting the societal imperative to end FGM.

Date Created: June 6, 2021 10:21 AM

Author: HMGSF Admin

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