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Let’s Talk Humanity
Lets Talk Humanity Initiative believes in the development of the Nigerian community and Africa as a whole. Our projects span across schools, young children, women, disabled and IDPs. We are gradually fighting but consistently winning the battle against lack of education, child labour, child trafficking, and hunger.
Lets Talk Humanity Initiative was founded by Fatima Abiola-Ajimobi. It was born out of a desire to create a stable and fair society for every person regardless of race, gender or ability. She’s passionate about the education and well-being of young children.
Our Main Arms
Equipped E-libraries for Over 2500 Disabled Children…
This project was executed in Kano State at the Tudun Maliki Special School for the hearing and seeing impaired children. Here we provided a fully equipped e-library for 2500 disabled children.
Water for 1000 Children And Their Families…
This project was executed in Badna community in Nassarawa State and we provided a water bore hole and a generator to the community in order to encourage their children to attend school by discouraging them from walking miles to fetch water for their families.
About 1500 women entrepreneurs empowered…
This project was executed in kiru and bebeji local government areas of kano state and was created as a support project to ensure the children stay in school by empowering their mothers.
300 School Children Provided With Hearing Aids…
This project was executed in Imo State and was centered on hearing impaired children. We were able to provide minor surgeries for 800 school children to improve their hearing and provide another 300 children with hearing aids.
SOME OF OUR
Before LTHI provided supplies, our production output was low. The seeds and
fertilizer, along with the machinery we were supplied helped increase production.
We have been able to expand and recruit new members. We have also been able to progress
so much that we are able to support, as well as induct the family of members that have passed away.
Hajiya Rabi Usman
· A farmer in Kiru, Kano State
With LTHI help, I have been able to expand my carpentry business as well
as train other people (both boys and girls). Currently I have 26 staff (11 boys
and 15 girls). I train my apprentices until they able to make enough money to
go back to school, some get married and others start up their own workshop with my assistance.
Hajiya Sa’a Idris
A carpenter in Kiru, Kano State