Foundation constructs borehole for community, lifts widows,
Some of the widows rejoicing
A charity organisation, Ivory Whetstones Foundation International, has supported 50 widows and 13 women leaders from communities in Isoko North, Isoko South and Ndokwa East local government areas of Delta State with farming equipment including pest control.
Other items donated by it also donated were four hand-dug boreholes and power generating set at Uzere community.
presenting the items to the women drawn from Ozoro, Enwhe, Uzere, Ejeme, Ossissa, Okpe-Isoko, Ada-Irri, Ibrede, Owhe-Ologbo, Irri, Emede and Araya communities, at Uzere the founder of the foundation who is also the publisher of See Inspiration Magazine, Mrs. Lawretta Ogri said the gesture was in continuation of the ‘Restoring Everything Damaged, RED’ programme of the foundation.
Mrs Ogri further noted that the foundation was serving the need of women and children who were in need in Nigeria, adding that it was out to give a new lease of life to the elderly, widows and children of all ages through empowerment grants, scholarship grants, bursary awards, provision of books, school uniforms, mentoring, workshops and motivational/inspirational publications.
She urged the community to put the borehole into good use and maintain the project so that the purpose for which it was executed could be achieved.