About Nurture The Children International
NTC aims to put an end to child hunger, poverty, and exploitation in various forms, by providing a platform for donors and sponsors to support vulnerable children.
Make a big difference
As little as 98p per day can meet the needs of a vulnerable child, providing access to food, clothing, education, and psychological and emotional support.
Nurture The Children International provides an opportunity to join the fight against poverty globally.
Supporting our education, feeding, water, and health programs provides individual sponsors a simple way to support the world’s most vulnerable children and put an end to child hunger, poverty, and exploitation.
Read about our latest projects and fundraising below.
Find out how NTC helps some of the world’s most vulnerable children
Find out how NTC raises funds to make a real difference to children’s lives
Passionate about child welfare, and fuelled by her own experiences growing up in Northern Nigeria, Felicia founded NTC in 2012. She holds a first class Masters in Business Administration, and research positions within Nigerian federal state feeding programmes. Her vision for child welfare and development is encapsulated in the NTC’s motto ‘No child should watch the sun rise and set again on an empty stomach’.
Laura brings a wealth of academic and personal experience. She holds a B.Sc. in Psychology, and is currently pursuing a post-graduate course at Cambridge University in Adolescent Psychotherapy Counselling. She also brings extensive first-hand working practice in UK schools, and child development programmes in Greece. ‘Life experience’ she says ‘fuelled her passion to join NTC.’
Stuart holds a B.A. (Hons) in Criminology and B.Sc. in Mental Health Nursing. He lives in the UK with his family, where he currently works as a nurse. Previously, Stuart has travelled to Kenya, working on a charitable school-building program, giving him first-hand experience of the challenges presented by infrastructure and large-scale feeding projects, in locations similar to Central & Northern Nigeria.
Davou holds an M.A. in International Law & Diplomacy. His career includes Chairman of the Editorial Board to The Nigerian Standard Group of Newspapers, Honorary Secretary to Plateau Chamber of Commerce, and Director of Lion Bank, Nigeria. He has travelled widely on the international press duties including attending both the Commonwealth Press Conference and International Institute General Assembly.
Theodora is headmistress of one of the foremost primary schools in her state. Her started her teaching career after obtaining the Teacher’s Grade Two certificate, a Diploma in Community Development and Adult Education, followed by a B.Ed (Social Studies Educ.) then the M.Ed (Admin and Planning) from the University of Jos.
She is an active church member of the Anglican communion and International Rotary Club, and has travelled widely in Britain, the Netherlands, Egypt, Israel and Spain.
Yilleng Paul holds a B.Sc and M.Sc in Architecture from the University Of Jos, Nigeria. He is widely practiced within the Nigerian design and construction industries, and has an enviable reputation for genuine creative passion and an incredible attention for detail. Having recently undertaken advanced workshops and training on business entrepreneurship, he has combined his technical background and skills, to realise a high quality education-based furniture manufacturing venture.
Prof. Bala Musa has taught at universities in Nigeria and the U.S., and has served as visiting professor and external examiner for universities in Africa, Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. He is author and editor of numerous academic books, book chapters and journal articles. He combines passion for research in inter-group dialogue with commitment to promoting peace-building, community development, as well as youth and leadership development.
Nash holds Ph.D in Child Psychology. His extensive studies in the US on the effects of psychological trauma on children and adolescents, adds a much needed dimension to NTC’s program. ‘Experience’, he says, ‘has shown that left unaddressed, psychological trauma could impede the maturation process in these age groups, when the destruction of a promising future becomes eminent.’
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