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International Women’s Day 2022: “Break the Bias”

March 8 every year is celebrated as International Women’s Day. The theme for this year’s celebration is “gender equality today for sustainable tomorrow” with the hashtag #BreakTheBias. International Women’s Day is a global day to celebrate the historical, cultural and...

Advancing Social Justice by Investing in Community Health and Education

This year’s World Day of Social Justice was celebrated on Sunday, February 20, 2022, with the theme “achieving social justice through formal employment”. As aptly captured by Marian Wright Edelman, “the challenge of social justice is to evoke a sense of community that...

Promoting Full and Equal Access for Women and Girls in Science

The 2022 International Day for Women and Girls in Science seeks to promote full and equal access for women and girls to participate in science and technology and the roles they play. Research has shown that only 35% of students enrolled in fields pertaining to...

Kuru Danjuma Hospital for Children: Increasing Access to Quality Healthcare in Nigeria

The TY Danjuma Foundation has commissioned the Kuru Danjuma Hospital for Children (KDHC) which is designed to be a trailblazer state of the arts pediatric facility that provides world-class and affordable healthcare services centered on health promotion, disease...

Happy Birthday to Our Chairman!

Happy Birthday to our Chairman and Founder - Lt. Gen. TY Danjuma (Rtd) - the most compassionate and hardworking Nigerian at 84! We wish him God's continuous blessings, good health, and long life in the service of humanity.
COVID-19: Sustaining Access to Maternal & Child Health Services in Edo State

COVID-19: Sustaining Access to Maternal & Child Health Services in Edo State

The Foundation supported a sensitisation campaign on preventing the spread of COVID-19 amongst pregnant and lactating mothers across 14 primary healthcare facilities. The awareness creation campaign was supplemented by the production and distribution of 3000 facemasks across the 14 primary healthcare centres to pregnant and nursing mothers, healthcare workers as well as to the wider community around the Foundation’s office in Edo state –  Igbesawan, Igun, and Akpakpava.

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