27 Jan 2014

Featuring: One Child, One Care Initiative - Selfless Service Towards Children In Need

One Child, One Care Initiative is a Nigerian Non-Governmental Organization with a passion for selfless service towards children in need.

Our Vision
"To be an international trusted bridge, voice and support for the less privileged children in the society via sacrificial and selfless efforts of committed personnel to link them to their chosen path of greatness"


  • To support the welfare of motherless and abandoned children in the society with major focus on orphanage homes.
  • To create awareness, initiate and execute plans for the progress, development and welfare of motherless and abandoned children in the society.
  • To promote social and educational development for the needy and orphans.
  • To initiate programmes for the empowerment of the needy and orphan via skill acquisition and vocational training centers.
  • To educate the less privileged on the importance of personal hygiene

  • To give care in the areas of the welfare and education of the less privileged children via material and financial support via corporate and individual support.
  • To enrich, impact and empower the lives of the less privileged children via our educational training/teachings, events, mentor-ship and vocational workshop trainings.
  • To create and establish awareness campaign for the public recognition of the homes, the staff with major focus on the needs of the children via social media, SMS alerts,  Emails, events, one-one, visitations (time) and other campaign support activities.
  • Follow-up on the performance and welfare of the children via visits to their schools/academic growth, medical checkup/treatment, feeding, clothing, living conditions and spiritual growth (We believe in God's supremacy).
  • Partnership with other committed International and national NGOs, Govt establishments, Corporate organizations and Individuals in promoting the future of the Nigerian Child via our culture, values, and positive spirit of the Nigerian citizen.

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