Another graceful charity campaign by Big Church foundation, a leading humanitarian organisation in Africa has commenced the “Say No To Poverty” project in Ondo state, the south-west region of Nigeria.
The campaign which is themed “Zero Hunger in Ondo State”, was strategically initiated as a sustainable engagement to promote the 36,000 Youth Empowerment Agricultural Project in Nigeria, which will eventually alleviate hunger and poverty across the 36 states in Nigeria.
According to the project coordinator, the Initiative has commenced in Ondo state and will continue in other states with the basic intentions of empowering over 1000 youths from each state across Nigeria.
Dr. Olakunle Churchill, the President and Founder of Big Church Foundation has always been committed to “The Green Project”. His interest in the agro business program has been to promote national development and human capital advancement.
However, the ongoing one monthly intervention initiative on hunger and poverty has continued to present opportunities to youths and women across the state, as they came out advertently in massive numbers to support the exercise on the street of Ondo state.
Residents of Ondo state and beneficiaries of “Say No To Hunger” project has expressed gratitude to Big Church Foundation, for such a kind and charitable contribution to the empowerment of youths through improved agro Initiative in Nigeria.