BARF Orphanage recognizes the importance of children in society. BARF orphanage is contributing to the
Like many of the children in marginalised communities where basic school supplies
Black African Rehabilitating Foundation (BARF)recognizes the threats of massive youth
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I met the Black African Rehabilitating Foundation at our village then. They were on one of their field projects outreaches. I am a secondary school certificate holder and I indicated an interest in being a member and volunteer. That was in 2018.
Prior to that period, I literarily lived from hand to mouth and struggled to survive. With the help and support of the Black African Rehabilitating Foundation, I enrolled to become a hairstylist. And after my completion of the apprenticeship, I was established by the organization via their financial aid. I am forever grateful to the Black African Rehabilitating Foundation and I pray God will continue to help them.
OLUWAKEMI LAWALOgun State Nigeria
My name is Adeyemi Omotayo. I am a graduate of English studies from the University of Lagos. As at the time I came across BARF I was unemployed. Prior to that period, I was a make-up artist. With the help and support of BARF, I became self-employed. I was given a substantial amount of capital than to start my business and today I am self-sufficient.
I want to use this medium to appreciate BARF’s investment in my life. I really thank God for bringing them my way. They have come in good time to liberate most of us who are unemployed youths in Nigeria. I advise them to continue supporting the less privilege especially women and children in Africa. Africa my pride, Africa my home!
ADEYEMI OMOTAYOUniversity of Lagos
My name is Bunmi Amusat, a villager of Ikereku village. I want to thank the Black African Rehabilitating Foundation for their continual support ever since I encountered them in 2018. They have helped me to have a business of my own and saved me from becoming a domestic worker overseas. I can not thank BARF enough for without their help I would have suffered immeasurably since the demise of my husband. God bless you people.