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The first secondary school built by the foundation was in Dogo Nahawa, Plateau State in the northern part of Nigeria. The remote community was ravaged on the 7th of March, 2010 by the unwarned attack of the Fulani herdsmen, killing over 354 persons and leaving several mothers widowed, children wounded, orphaned, and internally displaced. AHF visited Dogo Nahawa community after these attack, conducted a community survey and identified the great need for educational intervention since their schools were damaged. The Arm of Hope Memorial Grammar School was constructed thereafter and all the children who had no access to education were granted free education and entrance into the school and their care givers were assured of our continued support to ensure they remain in school. AHF offered the disadvantaged children and youths free education from primary school level up till their university level.
AHF believes that every person should have unlimited, reliable, and cost-effective access to safe and portable drinking water. It is strongly committed to construction of bore-hole water at accessible sites in several communities to reduce the health burden of water-borne diseases, making the water free for all. Most times the same source of their drinking water is the same place they take their bathe and wash their clothes. This challenge abound in so many communities across Nigeria and in Africa which is the reason for most outbreak of water borne diseases responsible for the high mortality rate among women and children especially. AHF through her water for life project department has visited and constructed many water projects in various communities across the country