Who we are
Extreme poverty is one of the modern world’s greatest tragedies, especially in rural areas where illiteracy, hunger and poor healthcare have regrettably become commonplace. The Obijackson Foundation was established to challenge these obstacles and make a real and measurable change in Eastern Nigeria and beyond. We hoped to bring the marginalized back into the community and do our part to make the world a better place.
Since then, the foundation has gone from strength to strength and is recognized for its pro-social activities in Nigeria. The organisation is dedicated to improving the socio-economic wellbeing of the nation’s people through improved access to good quality education and healthcare in addition to cultural enrichment. Our intervention areas range from community development initiatives to food programmes to health schemes, the gemstone of which is the Obijackson Children’s Hospital in Okija, Anambra State.
Underpinning our activities, is the understanding that we are not just Christians because we serve God; we are Christians because we serve the people around us.