Our Areas Of Concern
The Day Nursery, Yaba was set up in 1961 to meet the needs of the market women and low-income workers in the catchment area. We provide partial and fully subsidized basic education for children aged 4 months to 7 years and have had over 5,500 children graduate from our school.
Our Scholarships Program started in 1982 and provides scholarships to deserving girls, from primary through tertiary, to enable them complete their education. Scholarships have also been provided for visually and physically impaired students. Over 1,600 students have benefitted so far.
The Widows Trust Fund was set up in 1999 to assist widows who have no set skills with which to fend for themselves and young dependents. They are taught skills of their choice and then set up in business. We visit, mentor, and keep a record of their progress and sometimes give their children scholarships. Well over 2,500 lives have been touched through this initiative.
Social Services under which we set up the IWS Home for Abandoned Children in 2010 in Ijebu Ode to help the plight of abandoned babies and children. The children are provided with a safe haven to thrive in and sent to good schools until they are adopted.
Our Skills Acquisition Center was established in 1998. It is a fully equipped training school that is NABTEB-certified. It is located on the Lekki-Jakande Expressway to give the youth a sense of purpose by learning a skill, finding placements for them when they graduate and rewarding their focus with tools of their future trade having seized the opportunity to empower themselves. The Center has graduated over 2,800 people since establishment.