BIG CHURCH FOUNDATION RECOGNISE WOMEN ON WORLD INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY, Says they should not stay in Toxic Relationship
Africa-Nigeria impact humanitarian agency, the Big Chur[img][/img]ch Foundation has marked the world International Women’s day as it throws memories into it’s commitments to women empowerment, medical care for pregnant women/nursing mothers and support for the girl child programs across Nigeria and Africa.
The organization which is owned by popular Enterpreneur and Philanthropist, Dr. Olakunle Churchill, has congratulated all the women around the world, with stringent emphasis on their strenght, courage and input at ensuring that the world becomes a better place.
In the international Women’s day statement of the Founder, he described the celebration as huge, spotlighting the courage, hope and life which women creates. He says “As women all over the world celebrate International women Day, I am humbled to say women are the epitome of courage, hope, and life. Let us take a pledge this Women’s Day that we will make the world a much better place for them”.
He went further to state that the celebration of the all-round magnificent beauty of a woman is basic, because through her there is always hope and future in whatever a nation does. ” women should let go toxic relationships or uncomfortable unions and ensure they move on with life ” he added
The Big Church Foundation has continued to make imperative moves in mother and girl child support across African countries. Recently, Actress Rosaline Meurer, an Ambassador of Big Church Foundation for Mother and Child, carried out an empowerment and funding program for pregnant women in Lagos Hopitals, childcare support in Delta and girl-child education in Abuja
Impressively, the Big Church Foundation has received differs reactions and commendations on its trending twitter post on humanitarian considerations; women empowerment, child care, healthcare projects and so much more. The organisation according to it’s project manager will continue to promote humanity and will stop at nothing to improve the value of lives especially for those who are underprivileged and challenged, either physically or mentally.