Vulnerable Groups

69% of the most vulnerable populations are 35 years and below, indicating that except the poverty cycle is halted the poverty rate and social destitution into the next generation will be worse.

Did you know?

• Only 1 in 10 children living with disabilities in developing countries attends school.

• Women and people living with HIV in Nigeria are disproportionately likely to live in poverty due to discrimination in education, the job market, and social services.

• Children, women, and people living with albinism face daily inequalities all over Nigeria

How you can support

• Educate yourself on the issues faced by people all over Nigeria.

• Get inspired by stories of people taking action to fight inequality.

• Raise your voice for a more equal future for all.

News & Stories

Brain Drain in Nigeria

The now brewing discourse around the loss of human capital, dubbed brain drain, is not  entirely new in Nigeria, but, of course, it has become more

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World Humanitarian Day 2022

We celebrate thousands of heroes who wear no capes but support the vulnerable, and collaborative efforts to increase appreciation and support for humanitarian causes. Indeed, it takes a village to raise a child by “supporting a person in a humanitarian crisis.”

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