About LEAH Foundation.
Why we help
No matter the status of a country, where it is located or what the issues are, there is is no doubt that children and women are the most vulnerable. It is time for us all to sincerely collaborate to plant new seeds of care and hope, most especially in these forlon groups
LEAH Foundation was founded by Evg. Omolewa Ahmed as a Non-Governmental, Non-Religious, Non-Partisan and Not-for-profit Organization to raise awareness and spur affirmative action on issues affecting the survival and development of women.
Helping the poor live better is a defining issue for LEAH Foundation. This driving force helps position the foundation to achieve sustainable development and economic growth, alleviate poverty, enhance the standard of living and equality of life through a series of Human Capital Development Initiatives, social, physical and psychological rehabilitation program.
Breast and Cervical Cancers remain the commonest leading gynaecological cancer causing deaths in sexually active women and women of child bearing age. Breast and Cervical cancer project is set up to create awareness of the cancer scourge, provide access to regular screening, offer psychological and social support services including counselling and ultimately provide treatment to the victims..
In Nigeria, over 10million children between the ages of 6 and 14 are out of school. A sizeable number of parents cannot afford the needed stationery, uniforms and other essential materials necessary for academic work, while some of the children are orphans without parents nor guardians to carter for their basic needs. Adopt-a-child initiative is aimed at providing these needs to support and encourage parents/guardians to enroll their children in school.