Jessa Joan Foundation, a non-governmental organisation with cardinal focus on children, women and youths has marked the 2024 International Women's Day (IWD) with a visit to internally displaced persons (IDP) in Abuja.

At the visit, the Foundation distributed relief materials such as cash donation, clothing materials, food items, sanitary materials and others.

Speaking at the venue, the founder of Jessa Joan Foundation, Akpevweoghene Joan Jessa, a humanitarian lawyer and artiste said her organization is concerned about the plight of the vulnerable in the society, particularly the IDPs who have been displaced from their ancestral homes as a result of insecurity.

She said as a woman, her organization is touched that women have become victims of insecurity, shouldering it with other numerous roles they play as caregivers, nurses and home managers.

She also expressed the readiness of Jessa Joan Foundation to partner relevant organizations in reaching out to other segments of the vulnerables in the society.

The IDPs who could not withhold their joy over the donation expressed gratitude Akpevweoghene and her Foundation for using the occasion of the IWD to touch their lives.

Akpevweoghene has other business interests, such as Jessa Joan Group, Jessa Joan Ltd, Joan Fashion Ltd and others.





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