March 20, 2019

Her Power

WOMEN and girls are hit the hardest by poverty. In the most impoverished areas, a higher level of gender inequality exists. Girls are less likely to go to school and complete their education, women are sold into sex slavery and marriage, and female infanticide is prevalent throughout very poor […]
August 21, 2018

The IVY illustration book

  Samuel Ioron Foundation -SIF  on 10th August, 2019 launched the IVY project which features the Illustration book and a short film adaptation to be used for campaigns against child marriage. The Illustration book is based on the tale of a teenage girl who is forced out of […]
January 4, 2018

Fundraiser & children’s hangout

     
January 4, 2018

Global benefit of investing in Girl education

The importance of Education can not be over emphasized as it is seen in all practical circumstances around the globe. In Africa, the focus on Education has done a lot to get children off the streets and into school which has greatly reduced the number of children who […]
January 4, 2018

Importance of mentor-ship towards career choice

  NOT ALWAYS LAWYER, DOCTOR: The Aftermath of Career Choice Influence and Importance of Mentorship.   Isn’t it amazing the degree of respect bestowed upon students in said professional courses and job careers of high standing like Doctors, Lawyers, Accountants, Architecture and so on while teachers, singers, writers, […]
January 3, 2018

Gender disparities

“Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world”- Nelson Mandela  Of the 130 million out of school girls in the world, 51 million are in Africa. 85% of girls living in rural communities in Nigeria are uneducated, married or suffering from health related […]
December 28, 2017

Aidaruralgirlschoolproject enrolls 10 more girls to school.

The Samuel Ioron Foundation, again granted full scholarship to 10 girls to acquire Basic Education in Benue, Nigeria and commenced it’s partial scholarship for 15 girls from Makurdi, Konshisha, Ushongo and Tarka local governments of Benue State. We are thankful to our supporters for making this possible.