Widows Plight: Janet Madaki

“I joined Rock of Ages Empowerment Foundation (RAEF) in June 2012 and was empowered in 2013 with a sewing machine. I started sewing bags, school bags, travelling bags, and so on. Now I sell these bags for N1,500 or more. I train my children with the proceeds from...

Widows Plight: Christy Adamu (Masaka Zone)

“I joined Rock of Ages Empowerment Foundation (RAEF) in 2013 and was empowered in 2014. I usually sell kunu (a local drink) out of a cooler, but after the empowerment by RAEF, I bought a deep freezer and now I do not have to buy ice block again and I do not use cooler...

Widows Plight: Lucy Samuel

“I am Mrs. Lucy Samuel from Gwagwalada. I joined Rock of Ages Empowerment Foundation (RAEF) in 2016 and was empowered that same year. I started baking donuts, chin-chin, bread cake and I also make a lot of money from home-made bread and cake-bread I produce. I have 3...

Widows Plight: Rosemary

“I am so glad that I joined Rock of Ages Empowerment Foundation (RAEF) in 2014. In 2015 I was empowered. I learned so many things like how to bake, hair dressing and production of other products like Vaseline, powder etc. In the school where I teach, 95% of the...

Widows Plight: Esther Sule Ameh

“I was empowered in 2016 by Rock of Ages Empowerment Foundation (RAEF) with N10,000 and frying pan and spoon. The money helped me a lot as I learned to make tea tree oil from plants. It is a very expensive oil. I sell 10 liters of the oil for N30,000. People call me...

Widows Plight: Eze Theresa

“I joined Rock of Ages Empowerment Foundation (RAEF) in 2012 and was empowered in 2013. I also got a contact in Lagos through someone I met in this foundation and today, as a result of that contact, I now supply stock fish and crayfish and I train my...