On December 4th, 2017 Ayimaba Charity paid a visit to Saffron Academy as an extension of the Education is Key Project. Saffron Academy was founded on 30th May 2017. It currently occupies only 56 students. Ayimaba distributed an item to all the pupils.
On November 12th, Ayimaba Charity paid a visit to Gwange 1 Primary School as a commencement of the “Education is Key Project.” There were 800 school items available, each child got an item that would better influence their school life and environment. The importance of education and being educated was discussed and explained to each child present.
On October 15th, Ayimaba Charity Foundation paid a visit to two of the community camps located near Custom Area, Borno. The camps they paid a visit to was Fariya host community and Ngala host community. There were 35 households in total and Ayimaba charity distributed food items to each household.
July 2nd 2017, AyimabaCharity paid a visit to Alhaji Ahmed Grema’s farmland. The farmland has become a refuge for about 50-70 persons since the Boko haram terror. It shelters atleast 18 households and it has been in existence for approximately 3 years.
With Ayimaba being the first charity organisation to pay a visit to this community, they were delighted to hear from us. Ayimaba distributed 30 polythene bags which consisted of rice and beans. Each individual household received a bag.
May 25th 2017 Ayimaba Charity paid a visit to fariya camp. They were able to distribute millet, beans, plastic kettles, plastic cups, plastic spoons, plastic bowls, and incentives worth 500 each for 40 women to use in grinding the millet.
The women were most especially grateful especially Hadiza Ali whom kept raining praises on the members of Ayimaba & praying that they do get to come back again. The children were also excited to see Ayimaba & their enthusiasm is that which cannot simply be described in words.