A PRO GRESS REPORT ACT OF CAF,S ACTIVITIES SINCE 2005 TO DATE

In pursuance of its various objection CAF f has since its inception been engaged in activities that have improve the lives of its numerous target audience.

In the year 2005, the foundation carried out awareness programmers through its interactive sessions with the rivers state radio station to create more awareness and intimate the youth and the public at large of its activities, and it and it was a step to the right and direction. The youth responded very well by coming for counseling and career guidance. This was followed in 2006 with sensitization programmers in schools and churches. Seminars and symposiums were organized in various school and church “youth the leaders of tomorrow”. The evil of violence, “how to choose a career”, “know your legal rights” are some of the many seminars topics, which are aimed at directing the youth to join the right path to success.

In the year 2007, the foundation organized a distribution programmer which involves the crew men of nta for coverage. Many homes for the less privileged were beneficiaries. They are home for the elderly, Cheshire home, motherless babies home, some schools, churches etc.

In 2009, we carried out many sensitization programmers designated rural area and communities with the UNFPA rivers state.

In 2010, CAF participated prominently at the two quarterly (interactory forums) with the governor of rivers sate. (RT.HON.CHIBUIKE AMAECHI) with selected registered NGOs in the state.

We carried out seminar for the youths at Rumueme community in port Harcourt. The topic was “how to maintain your youthful integrity with the fear of god”.

In 2011, proposed for training of youths in two communities of (Oroworukwo and arogbolu) port Harcourt in liquid soap making and air fresher.

Employed competent trainers

CAF is extending her hands to distribute to the needs of the less privilege e.g. orphans, fatherless, motherless, widows etc. in many sate of the country rivers state, Enugu state, Imo state etc with relief goods donated to them from United Kingdom.