ABOUT THE FOUNDATION

The Eye Opener youth and women Foundation is a Non-Governmental, Peace advocate, Nonpartisan, Non-Profit Making, and Non- Political Organization:
The Foundation started as a humanitarian service by the founder Mrs. Margaret K Julius (then
Miss Margaret Moses) who is well noted in the community in Kaduna State from 2001 to date as
meeting the need of the less privileged and gathering the youth and women in the community for
counseling, teaching and encouragement for the betterment of their lives. The Foundation
presently has Eight Unit in different Local Government areas within Kaduna State; has begun a
work in Adamawa State and Plateau State and hoping to spread to the 36 State of Nigeria also
the foundation has inaugurated a Tobacco/ Substance Abstinence Club (TA Club) for Schools

GOALS /OBJECTIVES

Setting out sensitization, teaching, reformation on SUDASA and empowerment programs.

Documentation/publication on Substance Use Disorder And Smoking Addiction
(SUDASA)

Collaborating with likeminded NGOs.

Set up a Standard Rehabilitation/Vocational centers
The foundation is open to collaborate with1. Internal Collaborators:
A. Local & National Philanthropic Individuals, Associations, Societies and Organizations.
B. Corporate Bodies in the Private Sector of the Nigerian Economy.
C. Other Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) and Community Based Organizations
(CBOs).
D. Government Authorities at all Levels (Federal, State & Local Government)
E. Agencies of Government

External Collaborators:
A. International Philanthropic Individuals, Associations, Societies and Organizations.
B. Multinational Public & Private Sector Companies
C. Other International Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) and Community Based
Organizations (CBOs).
D. Government Authorities of Different Countries.
E. International Grant & Donor Agencies.
Our geographical coverage includes the following:

The 36 States of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

All the Local Government Areas.

Cities, Towns and Villages

Education and enlighten on Substance Use Disorder And Smoking Addiction (SUDASA)

Youths and Women Economic Empowerment (Agriculture/Vocational Skills Training),

Peace and Unity advocate

Health sensitization