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EMPOWER LOCAL COMMUNITIES TO BE SUSTAINABLE FOR GENERATIONS TO COME?
Every COMMUNITY Is Worth It
Emmanuel Osemota Foundation (EOF) empowers local communities in Nigeria and in South Florida through Education and High-quality Healthcare.
- EOF recognizes that Local Governments cannot do it alone and to empower the local community, EOF creates opportunities for community members and seek to empower them wherever possible.
- EOF looks deep into the poorest community and recognizes the hard work of local community members who wake up every day and toil with a dream of becoming healthier, financially independent, and securing a future for themselves and their children.
- EOF offers empowerment programs such as free community medical outreaches, entrepreneurship projects, anti-human trafficking work, and community advocacy to locals because these local community members are worth it.
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Help Us Make The World A Better Place For The Next Generation
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A Day For The Girl Child
A Symposium on Human Trafficking, Advocacy & Rehabilitation Resources
Providing Sanitary Pad Distribution, Menstrual Health Education, School & Educational Supplies
Essay Readings, Awards & Refreshments
Date: October 15th, 2021
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Outreach programs are instituted with the purpose of serving vulnerable populations that have a high disease burden, and less access to preventative health services. Usually, these initiatives bring in professional expertise to at-risk groups of people that may not otherwise have access to these services. Therefore, outreach activities bridge the gap between communities in need