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TOGETHER WE

           ARE HEARD

Voices4Nigeria is the U.S. fundraising branch for Gabasawa that is focused on bringing relief, aid, support, and economic empowerment opportunities to victims of terrorism in Nigeria. 

Nigeria is facing one of the world`s most significant and underfunded humanitarian crises. The terrorist insurgencies of Boko Haram and Fulani Jihadists have killed tens of thousands and displaced millions.  Violence by militants and security forces continue daily. There are millions of reasons to be outraged!  It is critical we pay attention and act NOW. 

Learn more about the crisis in Nigeria

OUR WORK

Economic Empowerment

The Boko Haram insurgency has turned thousands of women into widows. These widows are currently in need of economic opportunities to create sustainable livelihoods.  V4N helps fund farming grants for widows displaced by the deadly conflict occurring in Northeast Nigeria. 

Relief Aid

The United Nations’ refugee agency estimates the Nigerian conflict has displaced 2.4 million people and put more than seven million at risk of starvation.  V4N has funded food, medical, and clothing aid for thousands of vulnerable men, women, and children.

OUR IMPACT

With Your Help

We funded farming grants for more than 200 widows. 

We provided $20,000 in emergency food aid.

We provided 2500 treated mosquito nets to help prevent malaria.  

We distributed nearly $6,000 in clothing to displaced persons. 

We securely delivered nearly $2 million in Medical Supplies and Equipment to hospitals and health facilities in Northeast Nigeria.

But we aren't done yet. We need your help.

Thanks For Your Generous Support

Despite escalating security concerns, Voices4Nigeria is committed to providing ongoing relief aid and economic empowerment opportunities to the victimized, marginalized, and displaced persons of Nigeria.