The Arewa Female Youth Ambassadors, one of the fastest-growing not-for-profit organizations in Northern Nigeria, Birnin Kebbi Chapter has put a smile on the faces of about 100 kids, male and female, in orphanages across the state. Each child was gifted foodstuff and baby care products.
National Coordinator of the organization, Amb. Hanan Isa in an interview with journalists in Birnin Kebbi yesterday said, the group was established to protect the interests and rights of female youths; and to promote talents and skills of the Arewa Female Youth.
According to Amb. Isa, “the provision of basic consumables to the underprivileged and the promotion of talented female youths is critical to the growth and development of 19 Northern states. Apart from, making life better for our children, we are passionate about the total transformation of the Arewa Female Youth to the next level of self-reliance and personal development”.
Expressing gratitude to the Arewa Female Youth Ambassadors, the management of the establishments described as timely and uplifting, the visits.
During each visit, AFYA’s representatives of the organization spent time with the children, talking about life, interests, and inspirations as well as playing with the kids. Places visited include kiosks and motherless and abandoned babies home, in Birnin Kebbi, Kebbi State.
Though the Arewa Female Youth Ambassadors are performing voluntary services, the organization would like to work with local and international partner organizations to implement sustainable projects focused on Female Youth Empowerment, child health, and promotion of the Arewa arts and culture.