CAFE Market Toilet Project

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To promote hygiene and preserve the dignity of rural women, CAFÉ embarks on the construction of modern toilets with sections for both females and males and a borehole for water supply in select rural markets across the three Senatorial Districts of Anambra State. So far, over fifteen (17)Market toilets have been constructed at Eke Igwe […]

Skills Acquisition, Training & Empowerment Programmes.

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CAFÉ has so far trained and empowered over 4350 Anambra women, widows and youths in various skills. The CAFÉ concept involves regular training of participants with direct resource and/or in collaboration with genuine organizations with Man-power development capabilities in the chosen areas of interest free-of- charge. The areas of intervention include; Tailoring and Fashion design, Soap making, Bakery […]

Free Prosthetic Limbs

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CAFÉ sponsors free prosthetic limbs for the physically challenged in Anambra state. The programme which is regularly carried out with the technical support of Tolaram group has recorded over 650 beneficiaries. Registration for the next phase of the artificial limb fitting is underway at the office of the NGO in Awka.

Home for Mentally Challenged, Nteje

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This initiative helps to rid Anambra streets of stray mentally challenged who are managed at a facility which has both male and female sections at Nteje, Oyi Local Government Area. The programme involves regular raids and rescue of mentally challenged persons roaming the streets. So far forty-seven cases were successfully treated and the beneficiaries handed […]

HOUSING FOR INDIGENT WIDOWS

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The joy of indigent widows in Anambra has known no bounds since Osodieme started building free houses for indigent widows. Under the CAFÉ Housing for Indigent Widows, a total of twenty two (40) 2-Bedroom bungalows have so been built and handed over to lucky beneficiaries. The houses are located at Agulu, Amichi, Amorka, Alor, Awba Ofemili, Enugwu-otu, Nri, Ogbunike, […]