Grooming Centre and Sesor Empowerment Foundation renew partnership.

Dr Godwin Nwabunka, CEO, Grooming Centre and Ier Jonathan-Ichaver, Co-founder, SESOR Empowerment Foundation

Thursday, May 27, 2021 – Grooming People for Better Livelihood Centre renewed its partnership support to Sesor Empowerment Foundation (Sesor) by donating ₦14.13 million towards the provision of relief, funding and housing to the Internally Displaced Persons in Lagos and Benue States, as well as the ongoing work at the Sesor’s Safe Day Space; Centres designed to train the women in financial literacy and business management.

As part of the MOU signing ceremony which took place at the Grooming Centre, Head Office, Ejigbo, Lagos, a cheque donation of N14,250,000.00 was presented to Sesor Empowerment Foundation by Grooming Centre to support the foundation in its work with IDPs. The partnership, now in its 7th year, also moves to sustain the notable efforts made by Sesor Empowerment Foundation in providing nutritional & psychological support, financial independence, educational support, housing support, as well as the option of becoming full members of Grooming Centre with access to financial literacy training and financial support as they resume their normal lives.

of doing this is giving them .” Dr. Nwabunka said.The renewed partnership is set to sustain the notable effort made by the foundation in ensuring the stable and steady reintegration of IDP’s into the society. Through the partnership, the women will be trained in financial literacy and business management 

 
 
 
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