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Sickle Cell Centre

A state of the art Sickle Diagnosis and Treatment Centre is to be commissioned on Tuesday. (20-06-2017) in Umuahia, the capiatal of Abia State.

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Fire Victims

The President, Vicar Hope Foundation and the Wife of Governor, Mrs Nkechi Ikpeazu visits Kerosine Explosion victims at ABSUTH Aba....

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SDA Motherless Home

Abia first lady Mrs Ikpeazu visits baby Grace who was abandoned in the bush,at SDA mother less babies home Aba...

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Youth Re-Orientation

The youthful energetic agile wife of the executive governor arrives International conference center for the youth reorientation campaign organized by Abia State government and Vicar Hope Foundation (VHF).

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Widows & Indigent Housing

Five new modern bungalows have been built in Umuahia South and Obingwa LGAs of Abia state for widows and indigent persons by the wife of the Governor of Abia State Mrs Nkechi Ikpeazu.

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Sickle Cell Center Now Open!

The wife of the governor is present in the first counseling service where Dr. Godswill Ogbonna was the resource person/counselor.

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Vicar Hope Foundation (VHF) is a humanitarian organization founded by Mrs. Nkechi Ikpeazu and registered in Nigeria under the Companies and Allied Matters Act as a not-for-profit institute.

It is registered for the purposes of
(a) assisting the physically challenged, vulnerable, and the socio-economically underprivileged as well as impart skills that would make them self reliant.
(b) to provide a platform for enhancing the status of women, teenagers and children through education, empowerment, welfare, healthcare provision and skills development
(c) to locate, and establish indigent widows, the aged and other persons as well as give love and succor to less privileged, the motherless babies and young orphans.
(d) to undertake such programmes as may be seen to contribute to enhancing human-to-human relationship and to promote peace and unity amongst members of society
(e) to carry out interventions, and enlightenment campaigns against deadly diseases, health challenges, poverty, obnoxious widowhood and teenage girl practices, as well as promote maternal and child care, women and children’s rights.
(f) to pursue the promotion and implementation of planet-friendly policies that would enhance the living environment for man and beast
(g) to help in the expansion of the intellectual capacities of the Nigerian child by providing the means and material to encourage such growth
(h) to make significant contributions to the spiritual and moral development of members of society.



VICAR HOPE FOUNDATION has offered its services in efforts to stem new infections as more and more children reach adolescence and sexual maturity. In different ailments such as Sickle Cell, HIV/AIDS, Hypertension, Cancer and Diabetes.

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VICAR HOPE FOUNDATION runs a special scholarship programme designed to put gifted but indigent children through school. VHF will enhance the character and learning in selected beneficiaries

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A programme that would provide skills and economic empowerment for Abians. Springboard target is to train over a thousand persons in various skills across the seventeen (17) Local Government Areas (LGA) over the next twenty-four months.

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SilverCloud is designed to give attention to the physically and mentally challenged. A specially organized interactive forum organized by VICAR HOPE FOUNDATION.

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VHF and its founder have facilitated the distribution of delivery packs and food supplements to expectant mothers as well as new mothers. A state wide child de-worming exercise was held in schools across the state.

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A housing provision scheme for indigent persons. VHF with the assistance of public spirited Abians has put in place a mechanism for the delivery of modern 3-bedroom bungalows to these widows.

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Before and after: Residence of Mrs Ahaoma Nkuba.

Before and After of the Home of Abigail Ugonma Onwuzuruike.

Before and After: Home of Rosemary Ogbonna Ikwuakolam