Review of performance: Gwagware Foundation lists out achievements, sets new targets
REVIEW OF PERFORMANCE
APRIL 2018 TO APRIL 2019
Gwagware foundation a non-profit non government organization dully registered with corporate affairs commission (CAC/IT/NO127592), was founded and named after the Royal title of its Chairman Board of trustees Dikko Umar Radda PhD. The foundation aim is Supporting the less privileged particularly orphans and windows in Katsina State and beyond, in areas of Economy, Health and Education. It trained and Empowered, the less privileged that could earn a living, and become self reliance, therefore they could be able to attend formal education and also be health and nutrition conscious and also contribute their own quarter for the economic growth of their localities in particular and the state in general.
Motto: “Give a bit Change a lot”
Gwagware foundation has
Board of trustees
Local government coordinators /secretaries
General performance: (May 2018 – April 2019)
In May 13th 2018 the foundation through it women Empowerment wing trained and supported not fewer than 500 women in various skills along side 200 orphans whom where assisted with School bags, uniforms and exercise Books, the programme was flagged off by His Excellency the State Governor Rt. Hon. Aminu Bello Masari, cfr. In the same vain, the foundation head office was commissioned alongside 3 operational vehicles for the 3 Senatorial Districts in the state by His Excellency.
Also Food items for Ramadan 2018, where disbursed to various orphanage committees across the 34 local government areas of the state.
In June 2018, the foundation Stormed Musawa/Matazu /Kankara LGAs, in which about 750 women where trained and empowered with start up capital to enable them to become economically independent and self reliant.
And later went to Faskari/Dandume/Sabuwa/Funtua LGAs, 800 women benefitted with the same gesture, including 700 youths.
The exercise was also extended to Rimi/Charanci/Batagarawa LGAs wherein over 300 women where also trained and empowered with Business Start up capitals and the occasion was graced by His Excellency Governor of Katsina State.
Again, the foundation took upon itself and supported 200 orphans with school kits and cash assistance.
In January 22 2019 the foundation Empowered 1,200 less privileged women and petty traders, 100 one hundred persons drawn from each of the 12 LGA of Daura Senatorial zone.
People living with disability where also not left behind, where 300 are equally trained and empowered with cash assistance and food items by the foundation.
The Empowerment programme was equally carried out for 800 women in Kafur/Malumfashi /Danja/ Bakori LGAs and also 200 orphans received school kits in the same vein.
As part of the foundation goals a (4) four months extra lesson classes on mathematics and English language for less privileged SS3 Students UTME intended students was sponsored by the foundation, each of the Students where giving free Reading materials And free utme registration Card.
The Foundation Exco and Coordinators participated fully in Selection of over 200 beneficiaries for Smedan National Entrepreneurship Training and Empowerment programmed.
Courtesy call to his Excellency the state executive Governor Katsina State Rt. Hon. Aminu Bello Masari and presented him Posters, Billboards, T-shirts, face caps, among others in support of his re-election bid campaign.
The Foundation participated fully in The 34 local government campaign APC Campaign with over 100 supporters from each local government, also it took part fully during the presidential campaign grand finally.
Congratulatory visit and presentation of Re-election victory message to his Excellency the state executive governor Katsina State, Rt. Hon. Aminu Bello Masari cfr.
With the determination of its founding father and all other relevant stakeholders, the foundation has impacted the lives of many across the state.
To this end we hope for more positive, blessings and more fulfilling Interventions programmed ahead, by the grace of Allah.
Thank you all
Shamsudeen S. Ahmed Malumfashi