THE CONSTITUTION OF MARY ABIODUN ABIOYE FOUNDATION (MAAF)

PREAMBLE

This  foundation  is a   non – government , non –profit  voluntary   citizen   which   is  organized  on a  community , local , national  or international  level. It is  an  indigenous  NGO  in Nigeria  with comprehensive  objectives  to work  in partnership  with locally  based communities , international organizations, construction  and donor agencies with  freewill  donation  from individual&from cooperate bodies.

BACKGROUND

In Nigeria,  many  widows, orphans, Less –privilege  and Internal displaced  persons  and their  dependents  are  left as destitute at the  mercy  of good  Samaritans. They are also left empty in dejection and Abject poverty. Some  of the families were shattered  by the  virtue  of not  able  to  cater  for their  needs rather  they are  been given out to  foster parents& orphanage homes  while majority  of them  look around for where to get shelter&  relieve Materials.

MISSION:-

The foundation is to promote, established and empowered to execute the following:

1.To  assist  the less  privileged  and internally  displaced  persons(IDPs) with  relief materials.

2. To provide viable scholarship programmes to indigene students

3. To provide sound moral counselling   and guidance to individual, families and communities.

4. To provide affordable medical and health care services

5. To mobilize and improve the standard of living for the widows, orphans , less privilege &(IDPs) for  a better living.

Vision :

The  vision  of MAAF is to  have a legacy  for posterity 

Our value :-

Is to  raise a strong  people  with high  level  of responsibilities.

PHASE  1: MARY ABIODUN ABIOYE FOUNDATION

  1. Construction and renovation of classrooms
  2. Provision of furniture and infrastructures  to primary and secondary school
  3. Provision of stationaries to children in schools
  4. Provision of clothing and food  to orphanages
  5. Provision of relieve materials and other amenities at the internal displaced camp(IDPs)
  6. Welfare   for the widows

PHASE 2: ECONOMIC EMPOWERNMENT, IMPACTING WITH   ADEQUATE KNOWLEDGE FOR  MAXIMUM PRODUCIVITY

  1. Soap  making
  2. Sewing /Tailoring
  3. Unisex Saloon
  4. Baking
  5. Small scale business
  6. Painting
  7. Farming /Fish farming
  8. Poultry
  9. Vulcanizing

 

PHASE 3: SOCIAL AMMENITIES

*    Bore-hole, wells, constructing of drainages, clearing of environment

HOW  TO ACHIEVE  IT

NOTE:-“idealness is the root of all  evil and the  beginning  of all vices”(proverb)

  • Creating  awareness in  the community.
  • Empower them with small scale  funds for establishment
  • Commit them to agric funds& cooperatives

 

 

 

For more information

Contact: Mary Abiodun Abioye Foundation

07031815361

08033098136

 

Daily Devotional

ALLOW COMPETITION! | Today: 2017-01-23

…I run that I man win…

1 Corinthians 9:26

Healthy competition is good.

It allows room for variety of events.

Healthy competition makes room for diversities.

It is also the breeding environment for improvement and excellence.

After all, competition is not devilish if it is engaged healthily.

Without it the system remains dull and creativity becomes nonexistent.  Without it life will loose its excitement.

Creativity allows room for options instead of regimentation of approach to issues.

The moment you’re aware that options and alternatives exist over what you’re doing, you are been compelled to put in your best and to become your best.

Above all, life is a race.  Paul said, I run that I may win. (1 Corinthians. 9:26.) 

And it is clear that you can’t run to win except you carry a competitive mentality. 

In essence, all human beings are born to compete. 

What makes it healthy is the fact that you are not grieved or offended at your neighbour’s advancement.  Rather you focus on how to improve yourself in your God-ordained endeavours. 

So, if you must win then you must compete! 

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