Our Programs


Our programs are designed and structured with our beneficiaries at the forefront of our hearts; the programs will not only cater to their immediate needs but also set willing individuals on the path to self-sufficiency.  With our focus on SDG1,2,3,4,5,6, & 8.
Our Cross-cutting and Integrated Service Delivery Areas:
  • Volunteering
  • Community Food relief interventions 
  • CSR Implementation Partners for individuals and corporate bodies
  • Malaria prevention for pregnant & nursing mothers, children between ages 0-5
  • Orphans &Vulnerable Children (OVC)
  • Women’s Health (Breast cancer, Cervical cancer, hepatitis B, Endometriosis, etc.)
  • Entrepreneurship and skill acquisition for low-income women and differently-abled

Ilera4all Initiative

Ilera4all initiative is translated in English to be ”WELLNESS For All”. This initiative is is geared towards the realization of SDG3 – GOOD HEALTH AND WELLBEING : Ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all at all ages
To achieve this goal by 2030, we are starting by promoting and protecting our health and the health of those around us by making well-informed choices. We are raising awareness in our community about the importance of good health, regular medical checkups, early detection and intervention, healthy lifestyles, and people’s right to quality health care services, especially for the most vulnerable such as women and children.
Ilera4all provides medical intervention by organizing awareness, sensitization, free screening, free medical incentives through outreaches within low-income communities, this initiative presently covers Malaria, Hepatitis B&C, Endometriosis, Breast cancer & Cervical cancer.
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Food Bank

The food bank’s main goal is to distribute food to those in imminent need of food especially as the issue of hunger has become a global crisis due to many factors. The number of food-insecure people has increased rapidly after the global increase in food prices and especially after the Covid-19 pandemic that has worsened the situation for low-income earners.

Our foodbank distributes various perishable and non-perishable items for indigents in our community through various targeted projects.


The record has it that 60 percent of the world’s poor are women and girls, this is largely due to gender inequalities. 

The entrepreneurship programs are developed to create a path out of poverty in other to raise self-sufficient women. 

The program helps to harness women and girls’ potential, increase women’s income, and improve the well-being of their families and communities. Our entrepreneurship program is in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 5 (Gender Equality), 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth), and 10 (Reduced Inequalities).