- Partners NGO to impact lives
The Women, Youth and Child Improvement Initiative (WYCISI), says its agenda on effectively impacting the lives of women, children, youths and the less privileged across Northern Nigeria will aid in setting the region free from its biting poverty and suffering.
WYSICI is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) with the signature tune of Hajiya Zakkiya Aminu, wife of the Katsina State Governor, Bello Masari
To effectively deliver on its mission, the body has struck a partnership deal with Cry For Help foundation, an Abuja based NGO with similar aims and objectives.
Expressing their readiness to work together in achieving their set goals of improved living standard for women and children, both organizations declared that with goodwill from well-meaning individuals and governments, better lives for all target groups in the north is possible.
A statement issued by Mr Magnus Oku, a representative of the partnering NGOs, said the agenda by Her Excellency, Hajiya Zakkiya Aminu is to ensure WYSICI’s impact of lifting the ordinary people out of poverty is hugely felt across regions, especially the north.
Oku said the collaborative effort demonstrates WYSICI’s good and creative team work aimed at delivering positive results, even as he described Hajiya Aminu Bello as a woman of passion, who believes the society, especially the less privileged, deserves improved and better standing in life.
According to him, “Her Excellency has put in place great plans in her 2020 agenda to ensure more lives are transformed across the northern regions in Nigeria and even beyond. This accounts for her NGO’s Partnership with Cry For Help foundation. An Organization with proven impact in healthcare and women and youth empowerment.
“WICISI’s partnership with CRY FOR HELP FOUNDATION is a demonstration of the fact that great and creative team work is needed for positive results.
“Indeed Hajya Zakiyya Aminu Bello is a woman of passion, who believes that the society and even the less privilege deserves a better standing in life. We all applaud this great move by Her Excellency,” Oku said.
Oku said the partnership reflects the passion and willingness of both NGOs to transform lives and contribute to overall wellbeing of the average Nigerians.
In appealing for support from well meaning individuals and groups, Oku said the initiative comes at a time when Nigeria needs so much collaborative efforts in nation building and reformation.
“Again I will like to say this is a move birthed by passion of the two NGOs to bring about transformation of lives and we are calling on Nigerians to support this move as it is a way of contributing our quota to nation building.
Furthermore, Oku solicited the collaboration and support of the international community, calling on their representatives in Nigeria to join this movement towards to transforming society and improving the lives of ordinary people.
In his intervention, Secretary General, Cry for Help Foundation, Mr. Alfred Sanni said it is quite a constructive project that the two organizations are working on, adding that the combination of both bodies with similar missions and visions, the team will achieve its set goals and objectives.
“It is a very constructive project that we are working with the combination of the two organizations which of course share some common mission and vision. We are doing our best to to endure that we achieve our set goals and objectives as one team”, Sanni said