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BRIEF DESCRIPTION:

LIFT UP CARE FOUNDATION is a grassroots focused non-governmental, non-profit charity organization registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission in 2006 with the aim to offer services on education and health through advocacy, community sensitization and mobilization and youth and women empowerment through vocational training and capacity development for self reliance and national development.


MISSION STATEMENT

To reach out to youths, women and the vulnerable through dissemination of information; sensitization and advocacy to the gatekeeper on healthy sexual, behavioral and attitudinal practices to ensure a healthy and productive life of the people in the community.

VISION STATEMENT

To see a society where youth, women and the vulnerable are well informed to take responsibility for their health and adopt healthy behaviour.




Aims and Objectives

-> Empowerment of children with disabilities and the less privileged in the society through training and community based rehabilitation approach.
-> To promote maternal and child health and eradication of diseases such as HIV/AIDS, malaria, etc through advocacy, information dissemination and community sensitization.
-> To provide child education, grant scholarship and to create vocational centres for youth empowerment.
-> To promote women economic empowerment through communal self help project.
-> To organize lectures, seminars, workshops, symposia, conferences and to provide information for capacity development and enlightenment of youths, the disabled and the less privileged in the society.
-> To provide transportation services for conveyance of disabled persons and the less privileged from residence to event venues.
-> To facilitate human rights and good leadership.
-> To advance, protect and promote cultural activities in Nigeria and to aid in community based development.
-> To promote environmental health through public enlightenment on environmental protection, conversation and sanitisation.

-> Empowerment of children with disabilities and the less privileged in the society through training and community based rehabilitation approach.
-> To promote maternal and child health and eradication of diseases such as HIV/AIDS, malaria, etc through advocacy, information dissemination and community sensitization.
-> To provide child education, grant scholarship and to create vocational centres for youth empowerment.
-> To promote women economic empowerment through communal self help project.
-> To organize lectures, seminars, workshops, symposia, conferences and to provide information for capacity development and enlightenment of youths, the disabled and the less privileged in the society.
-> To provide transportation services for conveyance of disabled persons and the less privileged from residence to event venues.
-> To facilitate human rights and good leadership.
-> To advance, protect and promote cultural activities in Nigeria and to aid in community based development.
-> To promote environmental health through public enlightenment on environmental protection, conversation and sanitisation.
lami ABOUT THE FOUNDER

The program is the initiative of Lady Angela Lami Ahmed, a mother of 3 and happily married to Sir Thomas Omuya Ahmed. She started her work of charity at a very tender age and she believes in investing her talent, time and treasure in the love and care of humanity. She is a community leader and ardent christian who is convinced that her religious call and vocation is in the care of the less privileged in the society. Mrs Lami Ahmed is also a member of the International Association of Lions Club, which is the world’s largest service organisation whose headquarters is in Illinois Oakbrook, Chicago USA. In the last 15 years, she has held several leadership positions in her local club, zone , Region, and District. Amongst the positions held are Club president of Abuja Wuse lions Club 2006/2007, Zone Chairperson 2007/2008, Region 4 Chairperson 2008/2009, district 404A cabinet officer and presently the District Governor of district 404A2 Abuja. She is a Melvin Jones Fellow and a fellow of the Nigerian Lions Charity foundation.

Behind a successful woman, is a man. And this is Sir Thomas O. Ahmed, an embodiment of versatility. A pillar in the Catholic Church, hence his recognition as a Knight with appellate- Sir. He is a dynamic international business guru and a philanthropist who has a strong affection and sympathy towards the less privileged.