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Jaiz Charity and Development Foundation has spent N10m to a provide lifeline to 167 poor people across the 14 local government areas of Zamfara state.
Speaking during the distribution of poverty alleviation material to selected vulnerable people, the Head of Programmes Engr Ahmed Muhammad Yola who represented the Director/CEO of the Foundation, Imam Abdullahi Shu’aibu said the gesture was to support poor families in different communities of the state.
In the intervention programme, 34 people to received cash, 31 grinding machines, 28 sewing machines and 31 people had received assorted grains.
“It is an intervention programme that is carried out annually across the state of the federation and the people are selected based on the assessment carried out earlier, we are not the ones doing the selection process, we only come and supervise what has taken place,” he said.
He then called on all the stakeholders to join hands together to support the communities so that their socio economic standing could be improved for the better.
In his remarks, the Managing Director/ CEO Engr Garba A Muhammad said similar intervention programmes had taken place in the state in 2014 and 2015 and it cuts across health care delivery and loan repayment for those imprisoned.
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