Water & Sanitation

Providing potable water in rural areas to help eradicate water-borne disease to foster healthier communities.

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Skill Empowerment

Rallying partners in business, academia, and the wider society to drive a unique rejuvenation of the youth entrepreneurship.

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Culture & Heritage

Promoting and preserving Culture, our traditional heritage and development in Local tourist.

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Education

Providing equal learning opportunities to support education of children from pre-school age through to adolescence.

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Health

Providing sustainable health care services to protect vulnerable populations in Ota and entire Awori kingdom from infectious disease.

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Entrepreneurship

We are launching the Aro Oloye of Otta Entrepreneurship Challenge in Conjuction with OTA AWORI EMPOWERMENT FOUNDATION (OEC) to identify, recruit and support Ota Awori businesses into becoming big enterprises. Our goal is to engage 10,000 ventures over the next five years.

A programme that will make them market and on-demand, that will reduce the influnce in tugry and hoodlums. it will empower our youth to have hand work which they can used in creating wealth for their self

The Aro Oloye of Ota Entrepreneurship commits to contributing to realizing this. We aim to promote the formation and growth of businesses that exploit unique Awori innovation and advantages to create the wealth and jobs that our peoples need which include the following: .

Skill Empowerment

Rallying partners in business, academia, and the wider society to drive a unique rejuvenation of the youth entrepreneurship. We'll organized trainning that will empower our yough for self reliance and to stand up in fcing the reality of life.
A programme that will make them market and on-demand, that will reduce the influnce in tugry and hoodlums. it will empower our youth to have hand work which they can used in creating wealth for their self

Water & Sanitation

Water is Life and there is no equal substitute for it. “When the last tree dies, man also dies.”
These adages inform the need for effective programme to ensure environmental conservation and protection as well as provision of portable water. Achieving rapid social development cannot be at poles with having the needed care and responsibility towards the environment.
Goal 1 of HCAO is to ensure environmental sustainability. The provision of portable water in rural areas, will foster a healthy population as a result of the eradication of guinea worm in endemic areas, and water borne diseases which is a reflective of the attainment.

Education

Education is one to the major keys to the economic growth and development for every society. It is a necessary tool for the empowerment of the individual in maximizing his creative ability, increase his sense of self-worth, esteem and reliance. Investment in human capital, especially girls and women’s education and health raises productivity, thereby enabling the individual to engage in productive activities, find formal employment, earn higher income and enjoy greater returns.

The Foundation believes that education is critical to a child’s development and well-being. It’s projects and programmes in education will support different initiatives that educate children from pre-school age through adolescence.

The Foundation therefore aims at giving girls and boys equal learning opportunities, to build a better future for themselves, their families and help to alleviate poverty.

The is in consonance with goals 2 and 3 of HCOA the Goals which ensures that children of the less privildge everywhere will be able to complete a full course of primary school, thereby eliminating gender disparity in primary and secondary education by 2025.

Again, it also reflects on the national development agenda GPRS 2 which improves human resource development.

Health

Health is a key component in human development. The provision of good and sustainable health care for the ealdely and less priviledge services and protecting its vulnerable population from infectious disease such as malaria, HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and others through advocacy programmes, provision of infrastructure etc; will not only help reduce mortality rate but also save the country’s productivity labour force.

The Foundation’s projects and programmes in health supports Ota Kingdom realization of Goals 4, 5 and 6 of HCAO, for not only a better and health of Ota but fostering a better Awori-land.