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HVVFF PILOT PROJECT – BEACON OF HOPE PROJECT
It is with great pleasure that our organization announces its pilot VVF project
tagged “Beacon of Hope Project, 2022” (Hereinafter referred to as “Pilot Project”).
This pilot project is a collaborative effort of Haven VVF Foundation and RAiSE
Foundation to provide medical procedures for several victims of VVF in Kontagora
Local Government Area, Niger State, Nigeria, West Africa. The pilot project
commences on August 22nd, 2022, till October 2022.
Haven VVF Foundation was registered as a non-profit organization in 2018
under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code in the United States of
America. The organization's vision includes but is not limited to creating awareness
about VVF as a condition suffered by young girls and women in underdeveloped and
developing countries especially in Nigeria, providing medical treatments for
victims of Vesicovaginal fistula condition, and providing skills acquisitions as a
form of economic empowerment for its participants.
With the kind generosity of donors, the organization has been able to raise
funds to embark on its pilot project. The focus of the pilot project is to sponsor
corrective surgeries for eight (8) women suffering from Vesicovaginal fistula
conditions. The expectation is that the selected participants will have the opportunity
to recover their lives back. Apart from the medical treatment, the organization would
provide psychological therapy sessions and skill acquisition programs for the
participants. Upon the completion of their skill acquisition programs, the participants
would be awarded start-up kits to start their businesses. The project will be
documented to create more awareness of the condition and solicit support. The
documentary will be shown at the organization’s yearly appreciation and fundraising
event coming up at the end of the year.
Follow all our social media platforms for more details about the organization’s
projects and events. We are grateful to our donors who have donated generously to
make this project a reality. To donate, go to our website at www.hvvff.org.
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