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Education is the bedrock of success in any society. However, according to UNICEF, one in every five of the world’s out-of-school children is in Nigeria..


Donation of Writing Materials/Education on Covid-19 Prevention

As of 2018 a survey conducted by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) indicated that the population of out-of-school children in Nigeria rose from 10.5 million to 13.2 million, the highest in the world.



A blog series that features issues in education on which Julie Helping Hands Foundation works.

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Who We Are

At Julie Helping Hands Foundation we provide welfare services to underprivileged women, girls and children in Nigeria. We believe that they are the most vulnerable groups so we work to improve their access to health care, education, feeding and business empowerment to promote better living conditions. Our mission is to empower groups to live above poverty.

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JHF Voices

Testimonials on how JHF has impacted its beneficiaries

Zhidu Community Health Promotional Outreach
Tunganmaji Motherless baby Visit

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Our Partners

Board of Trustee Members

Professor USIFOH Cyril

Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria.

Professor Stephen J. Fallows

Department of Clinical Sciences & Nutrition University of Chester, Park gate Road, CHESTER CH1 4BJ, England

Pharm. EHIKIOYA Christabel Chioma

Jethro Pharmacy & Superstores Ltd. Abuja.

Pharm. OFOTO, Anayo Nelson

Centre for Health, Education, Economic Rehabilitation & Social Security (CHEERS) Garki, Abuja FCT, Nigeria

Dr. Chekwas Okorie

Founder & National Chairman of United Progressive Party (UPP) Nigeria

Ezeh Chinasa Edith

Natonal Institute for Cultural Orientation, Nigeria

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