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Disaster Response and Relief

Family
Flooding

The WellBeing Foundation makes every attempt to prepare our communities with strategies for disaster response and relief. Our members respond personally in cases of urgent need with a helping hand and a listening ear. Examples include:

  • Children orphaned at birth.

  • Jamiu whose eyes were gouged out by assailants last year has been treated and rehabilitated by WellBeing Foundation. He is now receiving a formal education at Kwara State School for Special Needs.

  • Folasade who was abandoned, and deaf/dumb, has completed her WellBeing Foundation sponsored vocational education as a fashion-designer and tailor, has been assisted in establishing her own business and has been re-united with her parents.

  • Burns victims including a whole family last December receive constant support from WellBeing Foundation.

  • Alake deaf/dumb, being cared for by WellBeing Foundation after being abandoned, now enrolled at Kwara State School for Special Needs and making good progress while efforts to locate her parents continue.