“Hunger is actually the worst weapon of mass destruction; it claims millions of victims, each year.” -Inacio Lula da Silva
The Obijackson Foundation is committed to reducing hunger to the barest possible level and has evolved projects tailored towards achieving these objectives. These projects include:
Through this programme, widows, indigent persons and physically challenged were first screened with the standard 2013 Nigerian PPI (Progress out of Poverty Index) to objectively ascertain their correspondent level of poverty and monitor the gradual progress our intervention makes to alleviate this finding, Thereafter, the Foundation distributes food items, money and provisions on a monthly basis to the selected persons. There are currently in more than fourteen centres across the nation.
OJI RIVER SCHOOL OF THE BLIND
We support students of Oji river special school for the blind deaf and dumb with food items, beverages and financial donations every month in Enugu state.
We also regularly give toiletries, food items and special intervention to inmates of all the prisons in Anambra State and randomly selected prisons in Lagos State.
REHABILITATION CENTRES AND HOME FOR THE DISABLED AND ABANDONED
The abandoned and destitute in our society have been greatly supported through our constant financial support, staff support, and donation of food items, mattresses, wheelchairs and toiletries. We support rehabilitation homes like the Juvenile Correctional Institute & Child Care Unit at Ibadan in Oyo known as Obijackson Foundation Ibadan Mercy Home. We also provide monthly support for RECDOT at Ozubulu, Jesus Abandoned Home Oraifite, Holy family Sisters of the Needy Fegge Onitsha and Ebute Metta Leper’s colony Lagos State, Lagos state Vocational and Rehabilitation Centre, Ikorodu.