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Do you have the mental strength to talk against what is deemed as unacceptable in the society, can you take a walk for change? If yes you’ve got the job:  The most important skill to make a change is people changing themselves. We can’t change others but we can only change ourselves. However, when we change, it changes everything. And in doing so, we truly can be the change we want to see in the world.
African’s in the diaspora are saddened and tired of all the barbaric events happening in many African countries: the killings, rape, corruption, child trafficking slavery, just to mention a few; Yes we can lament all day and night but things will never change unless we take the bold walk and do something as little as volunteering to take a walk.  Just A Little Help is a non-profit organisation founded in 2011 dedicated to empowering and supporting communities and organisations that focus on African communities in the UK and diaspora serving ethnically diverse and socioeconomic challenges in various communities. After a successful Campaign last year visiting the internally displace people ( IDP) in Nigeria  they raised awareness and donated several items to the camp in Abuja which includes vaccines, food and other household items,  Just A Little Help is organising a charity walk tagged  #IDP VICTIMS POWER WALK  for the IDP, to continue the campaign as part of their ongoing activities to raise funds for the victims, Among them are pregnant women and children from different troubled spots in the war-ravaged North East, who ran to Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) in their thousands for safety and succour, they were the lucky ones who escaped death by the whiskers from the hands of the daredevil insurgents, terrorists and killers called Boko Haram.

  

Some of the goods given to the IDP at the camp in ABUJA

JUST A LITTLE HELP IN ACTION

JUST A LITTLE HELP with children of the IDP

ALSO READ REVEALED!!!: “MY WIFE DID NOT RECOVER FROM THE BITTERNESS OF LOOSING OUR SON AFTER RELOCATING FROM NIGERIA WHICH LED TO HER DEATH”: MR RICHARD TAYLOR: ALSO FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN BENEFIT FROM THE CHARITY TRUST HELPING PEOPLE IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY TO FIND GOOD JOBS IN THE CITY

How you can support the project to make a change?

  1. Support the POWER WALK by donating via the GOfund page here: https://www.gofundme.com/justalittlehelp-4-idp-power-walk
  2. Join the IDP VICTIMS POWER WALK scheduled for the 21st of January 2018. The first of many, the first walk is scheduled to commence from  Thamesmead and will end at the 02 Arena. T-shirts will be available at 10 pounds, money made will help to achieve the goals.
  3. Help to spread and create awareness in every African community particularly in the UK.

This event promises to be a great experience for those looking for the ultimate challenge. The  project will run through the year and they’re calling on all Nigerians in Diaspora for full support.

For more info Contact Dayo Afolabi and Prince Araromi on 07424849460 or visit their website at https://www.justalittlehelp.org.uk/

 

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