What We Do

Climate Change

It is now generally agreed that climate change poses one of the greatest challenges facing the world in the 21st century. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC) notes that climate change, if not tackled, will have a severe negative impact on global water supply, agricultural yields, marine ecosystems and the spread of vector-borne diseases,


“If you destroy the forest then the river will stop flowing, the rains will become irregular, the crops will fail and you will die of hunger and starvation.” Professor Wangari Maathai. The Onuesoke Foundation uses a watershed-based approach to restore degraded watersheds of key water catchments so as to improve their functions and improve the livelihood 

Mobile Library & Infrastructure

With the establishment of reading clubs around numerous schools in the Niger-Delta region, it is expected that our children would imbibe a strong reading culture thereby destroying the age long saying that “If you ever want to hide anything from a black man, put it in a book” At Onuesoke Foundation, we put into cognizance

funding our mobile

Long Term Programs and Projects

With teaching people to fish rather than giving them fish as one of our core values, Onuesoke Foundation helps to create a resilient breed of Youths who understand the value of work. Furthermore we organize trainings and seminars which are centered on skill acquisition, knowing fully well to more to acquisition certifications is sabification

Our Support Structure

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