*focuses on education, human capital development, poverty reduction
By; IBRAHIM ADAMU, Kaduna
In its bid at ensuring that the less privileged in Nigeria attract support in areas like quality education, poverty reduction and human capital development, the Atiku Care Foundation has held successful talks with foreign collaborators.
This was contained in a statement signed by the Director, Media & Public Relations,
Atiku Care Foundation, National Headquarters, Abuja, Popoola Isiaka Olamilekan, made available to newsman on Saturday March 23, 2019.
“The leadership of Atiku Care Foundation (ACF) recently visited Dubai, United Arab Emirate, for few official engagements in order to strengthen the vision of the organisation.
“While on the trip, the delegation which was led by its Director General, Amb. Aliyu Bin Abbas, held strategic partnership meetings with the leadership of renowned organisations such as United Nations agencies, Dubai Cares and others.
In one of his remarks, Amb. Aliyu said, “Atiku Care Foundation has been able to do quite a number of intervention and humanitarian services in Nigeria.
“Through these services, we have been able to come to the aid of downtrodden Nigerians. We see our work as opportunities to serve humanity. We are passionate in carrying out these projects and we will not relent on our efforts.”
The meetings which were attended by a 5-man delegation from the foundation, focused on how to attract humanitarian support to Nigeria, are aimed at benefiting the less privilege Nigerians.
Some of the critical areas of the Atiku Care Foundation’s collaborations with the hosting organisations include access to quality education for children, poverty reduction and human capacity development.
In the same vein, the leadership of Atiku Care Foundation, had side events with the leadership of Nigerian Community in Dubai and others.