Foundation empowers girls on personal hygiene | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Foundation empowers girls on personal hygiene | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Chelsea Jegede, Hygiene

1/18/2022 6:30:00 AM

Foundation empowers girls on personal hygiene | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Selfless Service Foundation , a non-governmental organisation, has empowered 100 girls on personal hygiene to boost confidence, productivity and a healthy lifestyle.

According to Jegede, the foundation consists of young individuals who believe they can make a difference in their world as they carry out all their projects for the year.The Selfless Service foundation also raised funds to cater for over 100 girls for six months.

According to her, the girls do not have to worry about sanitary pads, saying she is very grateful to God for always supporting the team on time with all their projects.“We deeply appreciate our members, kind-hearted individuals and those who work diligently and donate to this cause to make the dream work,” she added.

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Chelsea Jegede, Founder of the Selfless Service foundation, while addressing the girls in Lagos, assured them of happy moments by providing sanitary materials to boost their confidence and efficiency. According to Jegede, the foundation consists of young individuals who believe they can make a difference in their world as they carry out all their projects for the year. The Selfless Service foundation also raised funds to cater for over 100 girls for six months. According to her, the girls do not have to worry about sanitary pads, saying she is very grateful to God for always supporting the team on time with all their projects. “We deeply appreciate our members, kind-hearted individuals and those who work diligently and donate to this cause to make the dream work,” she added. The special guest, Dr Tolu Olatunji, educated the girls on everything they needed to know about personal and menstrual hygiene. In this article