Acalypha Initiative Sponsors Destitute Children in Benue State

The Acalypha Initiative has ensured to sponsor destitute children who lack good health and education in Buruku area of Benue State.

As part of their contribution to SDG 3 – Good Health and Well-Being and SDG 4 – Quality Education in Nigeria, Acalypha Initiative has embarked on various campaigns such as:

  • Sponsor-A-Child Campaign: The sponsorship of 8 vulnerable children back to school.


  • Oral Health Campaign: A partnership with Fun Living Foundation in the education of Oral Health and distribution of toothpaste and toothbrushes.




  • Menstrual Hygiene Campaign: A partnership with Empire foundation in the distribution of menstrual pads to students.

  • Kit-Up-A-Child Campaign: The provision of School Uniforms and Educational materials to over 250 students.





The Acalypha Initiative aims to see a society where all children regardless of their background or challenges have access to quality education. The Initiative hopes to extend this gesture to other areas of Nigeria.

Develop Naija appreciates Acalypha Initiative for their effort in the contribution of Sustainable Development in Nigeria.

For sponsorship and partnership, kindly reach out to Acalypha Initiative via the following:

Instagram: @acalyphainitiative

Twitter: @Acalypha_Ini

Facebook: Acalypha_Initiative

Phone Numbers: +2348147258808; +2348152979124


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