To support the government to achieve its 85% Immunization Coverage goal in Nigeria by the end of year 2023.
To collaborate with other stakeholders to ensure the implementation of Universal Health Coverage in our core states by the end of 2023.
To build the capacity of 1 million adolescents and women to actively engage in economic activities by the end of year 2023.
To support the government to attain 90% school enrolment, retention and completion by Orphans and Vulnerable Children in our core states by year 2023 through public and private sector partnerships.
To improve access to health and education in underserved communities through policy advocacies, targeted partnerships and community development strategies by the year 2023.
To improve the quality of basic education through resource mobilisation and educational capacity support in eight communities of FCT by the end of 2023.
To establish Community Influencers Academy to raise an army of digital mobilizers to change community outcomes by 2023.
At VNDC, we discovered that ‘vaccines’ are not enough. From our experience, especially in urban slums and rural communities, providing vaccines for typical diseases is only the first step in developing sustainable communities. Hunger affects these communities even more. Illiteracy affects these communities and even contributes to other acts that could further hinder the development of communities. We wanted to do more. We wanted to provide solutions to as many of these other problems as we could. This led to the redefinition of the terms DISEASES and VACCINES.
Madam Blessing is back to business!
Earlier this year, She was one of the beneficiaries of our Post #COVID19 #Empowerment in Warri Delta State with support from @CCFNigeria.
We are so fulfilled to see how her business is booming currently as she now has good savings record. https://t.co/WDkPrAWwE3