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Pass-it-On

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Enables Tolaram employees to empower underserved individuals through impactful community programs

2020 RECIPIENTS

Lagos Food Bank Initiative is a non-profit, privately driven organisation that provides food intervention for indigent and vulnerable people in Lagos. The organisation is committed to fighting malnutrition and hunger, reducing food waste and providing emergency services and self-sustenance programs to the underserved.

As part of the Pass-it-On grant for COVID Relief, Lagos Food Bank provided food relief to 1000 individuals.

Tolaram team: Peace Chibueze and Joshua Majin

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Dreams from the Slum Empowerment Initiative (DTS) is a registered non-profit organisation, committed to making the dreams of people living in the slum to become a reality through Empowerment, Mentorship and Education.

Under the Pass-it-On grant for COVID Relief, Dreams from the Slum provided food relief to 1000 individuals. 

Tolaram team: Modupe Famaiye and Toyin Bolaji

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The Estonian Psychosocial Rehabilitation Association contributes to developing medical care and treatment services and creating a network of support groups for mental health services in Estonia.

Under the Pass-it-On grant for COVID Relief, EPRA provided mental health counseling for 45 families of children with special needs. 

Tolaram team: Julia Tuts and Irina Zubets 

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Habitat for Humanity Indonesia (HFH-Id) is a non-profit organization under Habitat for Humanity International focusing on comprehensive housing solutions for low-income families. Since its founding in 1976, Habitat for Humanity International has upheld its own indiscriminate outreach to build simple, decent housing with families who need them and to do so with anyone willing to help, regardless of race, creed, gender, age or nationality.  

 

As part of the Pass-it-On grant for COVID relief, Habitat for Humanity Indonesia provided 3 months’ supply of Personal Protective Equipment for 74 health workers in the  Bogor district. 

Tolaram team: Sherley Pitrus and Rohit Sharma

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HACEY Health Initiative works to improve the quality of maternal and child health by addressing the leading causes of maternal and child mortality: malaria and a lack of proper sanitation and hygiene. The team also delivers life-saving health information and commodities such as mosquito nets and birthing kits, and works to strengthen the local primary health care system.

As part of the Pass-it-On grant for COVID relief, HACEY Health Initiative trained 200 community birth attendants in producing their own hygiene materials to protect against the virus. 

Tolaram team: Olawale Olabisi and Adedamilola Buhari

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2019 RECIPIENTS

Anchor Heritage Initiative provides free legal representation and access to justice to individuals who have been unjustly incarcerated. The organisation also runs vocational training workshops for prison inmates to improve their chances of integrating into society once they are released.

 

As of March 2020, Anchor Heritage Initiative has trained 721 inmates, released 81 inmates through legal aid and supported 25 inmates in an aftercare initiative

Tolaram team: Ololade Oladipupo, LFZC

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HACEY Health Initiative works to improve the quality of maternal and child health by addressing the leading causes of maternal and child mortality: malaria and a lack of proper sanitation and hygiene. The team also delivers life-saving health information and commodities such as mosquito nets and birthing kits, and works to strengthen the local primary health care system.

As of March 2020, HACEY has distributed 6,340 insecticide nets and 2,500 birthing kits and trained 70 individuals in maternal and child health practices

Tolaram team: Olawale Olabisi and Jamiu Shobajo

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Luminous Peaks Foundation nurtures the artistic talents of underprivileged youth as a means to tackle poverty within the Ibeju-Lekki area in Lagos, Nigeria through the development of a fine arts school. ​In addition to coaching on the theory and application of modern art, students will be equipped with business skills to exhibit and sell their work, and be exposed to opportunities to strengthen their network and build their brand.

As of June 2020, LPF has trained 80 underserved youth in fine arts.

Tolaram Team: Olajide Williams and Monye Ngozi

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