WHO WE ARE
WE ARE BLACK AFRICAN REHABILITATING FOUNDATION
We Are Working To Create An Africa Free From All Types Of Human Suffering Where Every Individual Has The Opportunity To Discover Their Potential
Black African Rehabilitating Foundation (B.A.R.F)
Officially launched on the 17th of February 2018,Black African Rehabilitating Foundation is a burden birthed from the experiences of the founder and president Mrs. Salmat Abdulmumin. The launch took place at the capital city Abeokuta in Ogun state Nigeria. At the launch and seminar, which had in attendance the commissioner for the Ministry of Education,Science and Technology Ogun state, bursary scholarships were given to the students of Lisabi Grammar School.
Black African Rehabilitating Foundation embarked upon her first field project at Ikereku Village. Farmers were empowered and given farm tools and implements. Widows and orphans in the area were given foodstuffs and clothings.
Recognizing the need for vibrant education, poverty alleviation and manpower development a three–days intensive project was launched in 2019 amongst which is the laudable “Give A Child A Schoolpark” project. At Olodo,a rural village in the western part of Nigeria,numerous school children of Olodo Community Nursery Primary School were given school bags and stationeries. Nearby villages were also visited and the dwellers were given foodstuffs and farm tools and inputs. The laudable women empowerment programme was held the same year.
Presently, the organization is set to launch her orphanage, Barf Orphanage. Plans are underway to embark on a nationwide project tagged “Learn a Craft Initiative” in 2020,a project aimed towards entrepreneurial and manpower development. We will forever be committed to our core values until we see our objectives achieved; our mission accomplished and vision actualized.
|Book Publication(“I Decided to Live” by Salmat Abdulmumin)||2018|
|Participated in Capo Conference||2019|
|Bursary Scholarships to Students||2020|
* To promote gender justice and diversity
* To increase human rights awareness especially for women and children.
* To provide educational programs in marginalised areas in order to overcome illiteracy.
* To reduce vulnerability to communicable diseases, combat non-communicable diseases and enhance the quality of life.
What We Do
Eliminating Poverty in Africa.
Providing Emergency Support
Promoting Gender Equality