Care of Orphans and Vulnerable
Maternal mortality remains a major problem, especially in rural areas, and in many cases, the death of the mother causes grave problems for their infants. Family members
ordinarily take responsibility for caring for orphans, but at times due to their own limitations, whether physical (at times in the case of a grandmother or older
woman) or financial (in the case of a father being left to fend for other children’s needs), the infants do not receive the care they need. There are also cases where children have or develop serious illnesses that cause great harm to the child. When such
cases are brought to the notice of HVCF, they are attended to according to the need ascertained. Follow up is carried out until it is evident that the children are back on the road to good health.
Putting smile on faces.
Liberated Rural communities
To work with rural communities to promote a life of dignity and justice for ALL, especially children.
Liberated Rural Communities.
- Women Program
“You Can also put smiles on faces”
Godiya Musa has benefited from the Rickets Project.
Smiles on Faces
The children who benefited from textbook distribution
Joy of new Textbooks
These are persons with disable who have benefited from the Lillian Fond Program
Group of disable persons
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We cover the southern part of Kaduna State.
We are located in the Southern part of Kaduna State.
Our top Mission is to put a smile on every child’s face.
Children and Adults were dewormed
Children received assistance for school fees and other expense
Chidren had surgery for Rickets correction and removal of implant.
Rural dweller were given cards indicating blood type and genotype.