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Every child deserves proper education, good food and a happy life.  Let's do it together.  Let's tell these children and their mothers that when no one cares, SOMEONE cares!

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Please note that this scheme is aimed at the children of women who are either widowed, divorced, separated  or single mothers who are finding it financially difficult to send their children to school. If you do not belong to this group, please do not apply.
While others are at school, these ones are on the streets hawking.  It is not their choice, "But this is a people robbed and spoiled; they are all of them snared in holes, and they are hid in prison houses: they are for a prey, and none delivereth; for a spoil, and none saith, Restore" Isaiah 42:22
Help-for-the-fatherless Scholarship Foundation is a non-governmental, non-religious, non-political and not-for-profit organization registered under the Nigerian Corporate Affairs Commission. We strongly believe that every child should be given equal educational opportunity to be the best he/she can be.  Knowing that not every Nigerian child has the privilege to be sent to school by their parents, we have set out to extend the educational opportunity to the less privileged, especially the children of widowed, divorced, separated and single parent mothers.

Study has shown that hardship force these women to send their children to the streets to hawk just to find a way of making ends meet.  Most of the girl children fall victims of rape and ritual killings.  Most of the boys join bad gangs. Eventually, these children brought up under these conditions end up being street touts, prostitutes, armed robbers, kidnappers and general nuisance to the society.

Their mothers, especially the widows fall victim of stringent traditional practices that strip them of all resources they need to bring up their children.  Most of them fall victims of all sorts of harassments from unscrupulous men who take advantage of the death of their husbands to defraud, abuse and even send them to their early graves.

The Fatherless Scholarship Scheme (FSS) arm of the Foundation helps such children most of whose parents fall into the categories mentioned above, to discover themselves and their potentials by giving them the opportunity to acquire proper education and become useful to themselves and to the society. 

The Widows Assistance Plan (WAP) arm of the Foundation on the other hand, strives to bring hope to the widows by organizing skills acquisition seminars and talk shows during which they are thought how to locally produce soaps, creams, perfumes, and the like for sale in order to sustain themselves.  Gift items in form of clothings, food items, etc are also distributed to them at such gatherings.  Generally, we try to let these people know that when it appears that no one cares, we care!
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Gaius C. Ebere
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Gaius is an ICT consultant of long standing.  He has worked in the Management Information Systems Unit of the University of Nigeria for over 14 years.  Headed the Software Development and Website Management Section of the Unit. Headed the software team of the Google/UNN Wireless Project.  Written several packages including a Hospital management system, Human resources management system and Student life-cycle package, among others. Senior Consultant, Dolf-Madi International Consulting.   Currently leads the Applications and Web Services team of the ICT Unit of the University of Nigeria. Contact him by phone:  +2348035271306
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2013 Touch-a-life Campaign
Scholarship beneficiaries
The 2013 Touch-a-life campaign took place on 28th September in a grand style.  15 candidates were offered scholarship while 28 widows received financial empower- ment to start on skills the Foundation has already trained them on.  It was a joyful moment to see people lift up their hands in praise to God for remembering them.  Check out the links below to see more ...