GARF Foundation Impacts  Life 


GARF Foundation Impacts  Life

OpenLife Nigeria reports that Gardenia Aid Foundation, GARF,  a non-governmental Organization that has become a force to be reckoned is impacting lives.

GARF, a vision on a mission by Miss Nwokoma Blessing Chidinma has since inception given over 100 families lifelines. According to Miss Nwokoma, GARF was birthed with the aim to empower vulnerable women, youths and children in Nigeria and the world at large.

With GARF, she has proven that she is a line crosser and a barrier breaker who is on a mission to give the vulnerable women, Youths and Children the needed lifelines.

Delectable Miss Nwokoma Blessing Chidinma is an indigene of Abia state, from Osisioma Ngwa Local Government Area. Born in the early 90s into the family of Engr C.E and Mrs Joy Nwokoma, both of blessed memory, she is the 4th child and second daughter from a family of 5.

She holds a B.A in History and International Relations from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University (Unizik).

Miss Nwokoma is an entrepreneur,a researcher,an event planner and also the president of Gardenia Aid Relief Foundation(GARF) formally known as Gardenia Empowerment And Skill Acquisition Foundation (Gesaf)

Gardenia aid relief foundation (GARF) formally known as Gardenia Empowerment and skill acquisition foundation (GESAF)
is a nonprofit organization that has been in operation since the year 2019. The organization is duly registered with the corporate affairs organization (CAC). Our organization is aimed at empowering vulnerable women, youths and children in Nigeria and the world at large. So far, GARF has successfully provided food items and household essentials to over 100 families in rural areas.

Some of the objectives of GARF is to build a capacity of community based organization,  empower families at the community level.

It also includes creating accessibility to healthcare, safe water, good nutrition, micro credit for income generating activities and education.

The mission is to harness potentials of women, youths and children to become productive entities in the society, through advocacy, capacity building, economic empowerment and human right programs.

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