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Supplies: Education and healthcare supplies are welcome. Please contact us directly.
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What is AFIJIO Local Government?
AFIJIO Local Government is part of Oyo State in the southwestern part of Nigeria. The acronym is comprised of the names of the key towns and villages that make up the local government area.
Who are our volunteers?
While the majority of our volunteers have come from within the country, increasingly more volunteers are coming from outside Nigeria. Our volunteers include education and health professionals, students, pastors, motivational speakers, event coordinators and anyone who is capable of doing anything during, before and after our outreach events. Increasingly, our prior Scholarship Award recipients (AOOF Scholars Alumni Group members) are taking on more and more responsibilities in support of our efforts.
What are the needs of the foundation?
Volunteers, suppliers and financial assistance are always welcome. Volunteers with or without specialty in the education or healthcare fields and supplies related to education or healthcare are always needed and appreciated.