Quin Eseosa Foundation is a humanitarian organization founded by Okiri Quincy Eseosa. The organization is out to help and support victims of abuse, especially children, and also to help women recognise their rights in order to reduce the rate at which they are assaulted by members of the opposite sex. To achieve this goal, the organization has begun a movement themed Save the Girl Child.
Save the Girl Child is a campaign aimed at fighting child abuse and molestation faced by children in Nigeria and in Africa at large. The success of this campaign will not only be felt by the children who were or are victims of various assaults, the impact of this campaign will also be felt by the society at large.
To promote peace, unity and progress across Nigeria, and in Africa at large by impacting young minds with positive ideas that are aimed at restructuring their views and perception about their gender.
We hope to achieve this through our campaigns and support from individuals, institutions and the government to touch the lives of the less privileged girl child in our societies.
YES! Together we can![...]
Quin Eseosa Foundation provides the girl child who falls within the ages of 7 to 22 who are less-privileged with essential needs to thrive in life.
We supply these needs free of charge by engaging or connecting with individuals, institutions and the government for support in order to ensure this obligation is fulfilled.
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Quin Eseosa Foundation organizes seminars and talk shows in schools and kids events, hence we also receive gift items in cash and kind from cooperate donations which are packaged by volunteers and are distributed to disadvantaged girls through a collaborative network of social services and partnerships.
Cooperate donations + volunteers + collaborative network of social services = Thousands of Girls Saved![...]
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