Vine Heritage Home
is a Non-Governmental Organization located in Gwagwalada Abuja. It
was founded by Olusola Stevens and his wife an affiliate of
Christian Missionary foundation.
The main objectives of the
◆ To eliminate infanticide and other harmful traditional practices
within the rural communities of the Federal Capital Territory.
◆ The foundation also adds as its objective the rehabilitation and
reintegration of affected infants and their families.
◆ To engage in the training of children to ensure their mental,
emotional, physical, spiritual and social growth and development to
become responsible adults;
◆ To establish a Scholarship Fund to cater for the quality
educational needs of the child and less privileged in the society by
sponsorship from Nursery to the Tertiary levels of education;
◆ To provide adequate healthcare for the health needs of children
who are victims of child abuse and also the less privileged in the
society by engaging the services of professionals from the health
and education sectors;
◆ To provide counselling, support and shelter for displaced children
and abandoned persons;
◆ To organize Workshops and Seminars for Widows, Orphans and the
under privileged, giving them basic skills to enable them find their
place in the society and make themselves very useful to both the
society and themselves;
◆ To work hand in hand with people of like-minds running foundations
with similar objectives both nationally and internationally to
achieve our aspirations and pursuit which is the basic idea of the
◆ Partner with the FCT administration to ensure the establishment
and utilization of functional Maternity Health services to provide
quality care to pregnant women and new-born babies residing in the
rural communities in the F.C.T.
Led by its founder, Stevens
Olusola Ajayi, the foundation strives for integrity and transparency
in its everyday activities. Vine Heritage
Home Foundation is determined to work with the
government, local communities and all other stakeholders to stamp
out abominable cultural practices from these native communities
within the F.C.T. area. The foundation is also working hard to
ensure that children rescued from such efforts have the best form of
care including feeding, clothing, shelter, health care and basic
education in order to succeed in life.
The foundation is also
determined to ensure better maternal and new-born care within the
target communities listed in the appendix below. Efforts will be
made to work with the relevant government administration at local
and F.C.T. levels to ensure improved access to clinical care for
pregnant women during pregnancy and labour. This will also help to
track all pregnant women, reduce maternal mortality, and ensure
survival of their new-borns.
All these interventions are to be
implemented in all 55 communities where these harmful cultural
practices have been identified within the FCT.
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:: Our Mission
Saving Godís Heritage (Children) for A
:: Our Vision
To rescue and foster babies and children
who have been saved from evil cultural
practices in some of
the interior villages in Nigeria.
2 To give quality education that will enable
them live well and contribute highly to the
development of our dear nation and the world