CORAfrica Releases Names Of Successful Persons For The Annual HELP -A-KID Programme, Requests For Their Account Details


Successful persons for the CORAfrica Annual HELP-A-KID Programme

Children of Rural Africa Nigeria (CORAfrica), founded by Very Rev Fr Dr Peter Obele Abue each year pledges to support vulnerable children/ students in our Annual HELP -A-KID Programme in Cross River State.

The underlisted persons are expected to send their account details on WhatsApp to; 08121032474 for the release of funds.

One hundred thousand naira only (#100,000.00) each to two (2) graduates who have successfully finished their studies and wish to start a small business.

1. Achu Owalu
2. Ofere Nicholas

Thirty thousand naira only (#30,000.00) each to four (10) vulnerable undergraduate students, who are incapacitated and really need support to aid their education.

1. Ibiang Benedict
2. Inyambri Blessing
3. Ogar Precious
4. Mbi Isaiah Victor
5. Abua Cordelia
6. Jude Otubakwu
7. Veronica Ugbe
8. Obambon Kelvyn Ayiom
9. Ugbe Anita Alorye
10. Mary Agbong

Twenty thousand naira only (#20,000.00) each to ten (11) students who have just been admitted into a higher institution and need help to settle a pressing problem in the school.

1. Aleke Simon
2. Adah Precious
3. Faith Ogah
4. Ogar Emmanuel
5. Sunday Ochuole
6. Abua Joseph Ulimukah
7. Etim Grace Sunday
8. Akpo Cletus Ashitonile
9. Ettah Bekind Bufa
10. Blessing Alims
11. Daniel Precious

Ten thousand naira only (#10,000.00) each to ten (10) students who wish to enter college or higher institutions but have no money to buy JAMB form, etc

1. Ayeni Gregory
2. Adah Francis
3. Adie Francis
4. Emmanuel Ofem
5. Ikpong Emmanuel
6. Ogar Gabriel
7. Mary Ibiam
8. Ettah Irene
9. Onigah Margaret
10. Offor Eno Ekpo

CORAfrica in the past has built, operated and handed over Ophanages, schools and a health centres both at Idum-Mbube in Ogoja Local Government Area as well as a Primary/Nursery School at Kakum in Obudu Local Government Area, to the Catholic Diocese of Ogoja.

Between 2022 and 2023, CORAfrica provided educational support for over 1500 Cameroonian Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons in Cross River, Benue, and Taraba States.

Between 2020 and 2021, CORAfrica provided livelihood support for over 500 Cameroonian Refugees in Ogoja Local Government Area, Cross River State.

CORAfrica is currently building an ultramodern classroom block for Cameroonian Refugees Children and the vulnerable children in the society, located at Adagom 3, Ogoja Local Government Area; with an enrollment of over 500 pupils with a bus conveying pupils to school and back home after dismissal.

CORAfrica is also currently building an ultramodern primary and secondary school for vulnerable children in the society, located in Victoria village in Ikom Local Government Area; with an enrollment of over 300 pupils.

CORAfrica has, through the Economic Empowerment Program (STAP-EEP), provided soft loans for youths, businessmen, and women at St Thomas Aquinas Parish Igoli-Ogoja

CORAfrica facilitated and equipped a youth resource centre with a provision shop and sacramentals for the Catholic Youth Organization of Nigeria (CYON),

Elijah Ugani
Programme Manager


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