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NGO to Train Over 300 Youths on Skills Acquisition



Over three hundred youths are to benefit from the humanitarian gesture of Majalisa Macido Andaha Foundation (MMAF), a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), based in Andaha, Akwanga Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.

This was disclosed by the BoT Chairman of the foundation, Alhaji Adamu Tanko Umar, Monday during the commissioning of its new office complex and end of the year dinner in Andaha, near Akwanga.

The BoT chairman, further disclosed that the NGO will also build a town hall in Andaha and focus on its humanitarian services in the areas of health, education and the provision of social amenities.

“Majalisa Macido Andaha Foundation, will enter the new year 2018, with a renewed vigor of doing more for our rural dwellers through the provision of some social amenities, to alleviate their sufferings” he said.

On his part, chairman of the occasion Adams Alhassan Doma, who is the special assistant to the governor of Nasarawa State on NGOs, said an NGO is the basic element in the representation of a modern and sane community.

Doma, who said the roles of NGOs are to provide basic services to the community, also noted that their roles are inseparable from the aspirations of freedom, good infrastructure to have a healthy environment.

“Non-governmental Organization is a basic element in the representation of a modern and sane community. The roles of NGOs are inseparable from the aspirations of freedom, good infrastructure, to have a healthy environment. Basically, NGOs roles are to provide basic service to the community in the following, which is also in line with vision of the Government of President Muhammad Buhari and our modern Governor. Umaru Tanko Almakura”.
“Development and operation of infrastructure: e.g Health facilities, Town halls, provision of transformers, Supporting innovation, demonstration and pilots’ projects, Facilitating Communication, Technical Assistance and Trainings, like youth empowerment, skills acquisition and more” he said.



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