The ambassadorship continued in Gulak, Adamawa state.
We are committed to bridging the computer literacy gap, these we do by ensuring that our girls have access to computers and competently and efficiently use digital technologies for work.
The MLY foundation flagship ambassadorship cycle for girls kicked off on the 11th of august with training on good agricultural practices to empower girls in Gulak with Agri-tech for subsistence farming so that they can grow food to trade and support their families and share these practices with other girls in the community.
In March 2020 our team launched an Urban food drive to distribute food packages to vulnerable communities in response to the increased hardships of the global pandemic.
In March 2020 our team launched the awarding of basic education scholarships to cover annual school fees for selected children of internally displaced persons in the Kurape IDP settlement area, FCT ABUJA.
We awarded scholarships to orphan girls in Government Day Secondary School Moda Michika. The scholarship award will take them through to the completion of their secondary school education.
We awarded scholarships to orphan girls in Government Secondary School, Gulak. The scholarship award will take them through to the completion of their secondary school education.
In partnership with Harvest Field Ministries, we awarded scholarships to orphans in Government Day Secondary Schools in Hong, Kwabartina and Kata’a, Adamawa State. We also awarded scholarships to orphans in Methodist high school Adoka, and Agadagba Community school, Agadagba both in Benue State.