A documentary that chronicles the identity, mission and achievements of Caritas Nigeria since its establishment in 2010
The story of my life is that of a struggle against financial limitation; a struggle that has me taken through several dramatic turns and near-death experiences just to survive. And today I am alive!
I was searching for greener pastures and not a self-imposed suicide mission. Today, seven years later, I know better. Hear my story.
My name is GIWA JULIET, I am a 35-year-old single mother of three, from Oredo LGA of Edo State. My story began when I dropped out of my Business Administration course in my third year at the university after I got pregnant with my boyfriend and subsequently moved in with him.
I wanted to further my education but ended up as a victim of human trafficking and a deportee. My story will interest young people.
Taking my mind back to my life in Europe as an illegal immigrant, I find it hard to believe that I am the same person today financially free and a business owner. My story is worth telling.
Caritas Nigeria, in partnership with the Government of Imo State and the United States Government flagged off the COVID19 mass vaccination campaign in Imo state. The executive governor of Imo State, HE, Hope Uzodimma and the CEO of Caritas Nigeria, Fr Uchechukwu Obodoechina as well as representatives of the US government were participated in the exercise.
Twenty-year-old Hannah Fineboy, an indigene of Udu LGA of Delta State, was under the care of her mother, until her sore passing in 2010.
Ejiro Osibi is an indigene of Isoko South LGA of Delta State indigene from a low income, relatively large family.
Ighile Friday Eghosasere, a forty-one-year-old indigene of Uhumwonde Local Government Area (LGA) of Edo State has also benefitted largely from this intervention. Shortly after completing his secondary education in 1996, Friday moved out of his parents’ house to learn video editing as he could not further to tertiary level due to paucity of funds.
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