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Ijora Badia is a high-density community under the Apapa-Iganmu local government area of Lagos state. The people of this community lack access to clean water, poor waste disposal, indoor air pollution and overcrowding in housing. This has constantly remained a threat to the health and living standard of the indigenes and residents.

We visited Ijora Badia Slum in partnership with "Dunamis Events" touching 5000 lives including men, women (young women, widows, nursing mothers, aged women) and children.

We had a health sensitization on the dangers of unclean environment and Cholera. We also supported them through 1000 packs of cooked food, raw food items, gently used clothes, shoes, school bags, household items, gift items, exercise books and stationeries.


LOVEINACAMP is an initiative to support internally displaced persons through relief donations, skills empowerment and resources to be self sufficient. We visited Markudi, Markudi international Market that served as a displacement camp.

We worked alongside "Angel4lifefoundation" "R1Sixteen" "Eunice spring of life foundation"
reaching out to the affected flood victims that happened on the 27th of August 2017 which left over 110,000 displaced.

We reached out to the "Internally Displaced Persons". Some of the items donated included hygiene packs, raw food items, clothing, shoes, stationeries, toys, school bags, household items, and other relief items.


COLOURS is focused on reaching disadvantaged persons across marginalized communities through relief donations such as food items, clothing, household materials, shoes, bags and free medical services in safe spaces.

Ebute metta is one of the popular and oldest slums in Western Nigeria. It is a neighborhood of Lagos mainland. Like other slums, the indigenes are predisposed to vector breeding diseases, lack of access to necessities for good living.

The outreach to Ebute Metta was aimed at putting a smile on over 5000 indigenes of the
area and this was achieved on all sides.

We contributed to their well-being by donating raw food items, cooked food for immediate consumption, free medical and health services, dispensation of drugs, health talks, household items, school bags, shoes, bags, textbooks, notebooks, stationeries and so much more.


GEARUP 4 SCHOOL is equipping school children in disadvantaged communities with the necessities such as school bags, stationeries, textbooks to remain in classrooms.

GEARUP 4 SCHOOL has kept hundreds of children in classrooms through materials provided to support their education.


Restructure Africa embarked on her maiden project which was tagged the “THE MARCH TO MAKOKO”on 19th March 2016. The goal of this program was “A Cleaner Makoko.

Heights achieved include:
• Joint sanitation with Makoko community youths
• Public enlightenment on the dangers of an unclean environment
• Provision of cleaning equipment for the community
• Distribution of mosquito nets to help combat Malaria
• Activity time with children of the community
•Distribution of clothes, food items and toiletries.