Livelihood Project

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Livelihood is a means of securing basic necessities, like food, water shelter, clothing; but for some people it is not sustainable.

A livelihood is sustainable when it enables people to cope with and recover from shocks and stresses such as natural disasters and economic or social upheavals and enhance their wellbeing and that of future generations without undermining the natural environment or resource base.

One’s livelihood is the job you work at to earn the income that support you, the job that provides the monetary support to keep you going.

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We see many poor and less privileged people coming to us every day with no means of livelihood asking for food and some little money for daily maintenance.

We have in the past helped many of them to start small businesses to be able to take care of their families and be self-sustained.

This period of COVID-19 has greatly affected many people that have little or nothing to live one.


At our charity home in Enugu Nigeria, we have been able to run livelihood programmes for the poor to help them improve their quality of life by providing them with access to skill acquisition programmes.

Our objective is to help the less privileged including young men and women to gain skills to be self-reliant and self-sufficient. It gives them the qualification to get jobs or to start their own business.

Also, we have been assisting a huge number requesting money for maintenance and start up business in other to cope with the present shock and future ones.