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TOGETHER WE CAN BUILD A HEALTHIER SOCIETY

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About HELP
Initiative

Health Empowerment and Livelihood Promotion (H.E.L.P) Initiative is an Indigenous Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) founded in March 2015 and registered with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) with certificate number 78523. H.E.L.P Initiative focuses on contributing to the emergence of a healthy populace through health empowerment programs and public health/health promotion campaigns.

Our Impact

  • Nutrition, Lifestyle and Health

    196,536 Peri-urban dwellers reached in 25 peri-urban communities.

  • Improving Health

    57,248 people reached across 50 communities.

  • Breast and Cervical Cancer

    65,611 women in 15 states.

  • Healthy Heart

    65,907 people reached in 37 peri-urban communities.

  • Reproductive Health

    63, 736 reached across 47 peri-urban communities.

News & Articles

Sustainable Youth Empowerment

H.E.L.P Initiative envisions a future in which young people can readily access the training and opportunities they need to find or create decent work. The[...]

The African Star Apple “Agbalumo”

Let us talk about this fruit which almost everyone loves….It is called ‘African star apple’ in English but popularly called ‘agbalumo’ in Yoruba, ‘udara’ in[…]

Your Guide To Radiation Effects

We’ve all heard of radiation, but most people don’t really understand what it is. How is radiation used in the healthcare industry, and what effects[…]

Events

Sustainable Youth Empowerment

H.E.L.P Initiative envisions a future in which young people can readily access the training and opportunities they need to find or create decent work. The[...]

The African Star Apple “Agbalumo”

Let us talk about this fruit which almost everyone loves….It is called ‘African star apple’ in English but popularly called ‘agbalumo’ in Yoruba, ‘udara’ in[…]

Your Guide To Radiation Effects

We’ve all heard of radiation, but most people don’t really understand what it is. How is radiation used in the healthcare industry, and what effects[…]

Everyday, Nigeria looses about 2,300 children under five and 145 women of childbearing age.

This makes the country the second largest contributor to the under-five and maternal mortality rate in the world.