Daniel Ogechi Akujobi Memorial Foundation is a charitable, humanitarian, and not for profit organization established in 2007, in memory of Master Daniel Ogechi Akujobi (1992-2005) who died from injuries he sustained in a road traffic accident, on his way back to school, along the Lagos-Ibadan expressway, Ogun State Nigeria. He was the only son of his parents.
Education remains the leading antidote to extreme poverty and hunger
We have developed local programs which are capable of contributing even as the world strives to achieve the Sustainable Development Goal of providing and ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education therefore, promoting lifelong learning opportunities for all. In the past thirteen years, the Foundation has been in the business of building educational bridges to close the divide between the affluent and less privileged by providing support to less privileged children & youths in the society to gain access to qualitative education.
DOAM Foundation strives to create conducive
healthy atmospheres for the less privileged in our society
Daniel Ogechi Akujobi Memorial Foundation
Our goal is to ensure that every child wins…
The recognition and satisfaction of knowing that we are investing in children, people and community will remain forever.
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Legacy of Projects
Our Impacts in Numbers
At all times, DOAM Foundation has completed and focused on projects and events that impact on the lives of our children, youths and elderly citizens in various communities across the country.
This includes medical outreaches and other healthcare services to communities across several states in Nigeria.
This includes scholarship support and several other mentorship and development programs aimed at children in public schools.
This include building/refurbishment and equipping to standard E-libraries, lavatories & sickbays in neglected public schools
…My dream to become a Medical Doctor has come true today, thanks to DOAM Foundation”
”I lost my elder brother who was my sponsor then, in my 100 level to car accident. My father was diagnosed with right hemispheric stroke, and could no longer fend for my family while my mother; a petty trader had to take good care of seven children with her little earnings. I reached out to a kind individual, Prof Obinna L. Chukwu for assistance and he linked me up with DOAM Foundation. Today, I am a Medical doctor from the University of Calabar (UNICAL) and I promise to render same service to humanity”.
Dr. Peter Obi
“Some have food but cannot eat; some can eat but have no food"
It had always been my dream to be a doctor and help save lives, but my dad was without a job and my mum a petty trader. They struggled so hard to try to send me to school and life was hard as I couldn’t fully concentrate on my studies. And then through referral I sat for the DOAMF scholarship exams, passed and was enrolled unto the DOAMF Scholarship Support Program.
Today am a First class graduate of Microbiology from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. I am truly indebted and grateful to the Foundation.
My name is Ms. Joy Adindu.
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THANKING ALL OUR PROGRAM SPONSORS, WE CANNOT MAKE IT THIS FAR WITHOUT YOUR SUPPORT…