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The Lady B Bless Humanitarian Foundation is a USA - IRS-registered 501(c)(3) public charity with a USA Federal Tax ID: 83-0568134.


We are a non-profit, non-governmental organization. 


Our mission is to actively and effectively engage in promoting human and social welfare, with no prejudice against human suffering on the grounds of gender, sexual orientation, religious or national divisions. 


Our main goal is to Save Lives, Relieve Suffering, and Maintain Human Dignity.

The Lady B Bless Humanitarian Foundation believes strongly that supporting and implementing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, will provide a better world for future generations. 


We support  #1 No Poverty, #3 Good Health and Well-Being, #4 Quality Education, #5 Gender Equality, #6 Clean Water and Sanitation and #17 Partnership for the Goals.

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SDG 1: NO POVERTY


Global Goals for Sustainable Development Goal 1: End poverty in all its forms everywhere

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SDG 3: GOOD HEALTH & WELL-BEING


Global Goals for Sustainable Development Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

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SDG 4: QUALITY EDUCATION


Global Goals for Sustainable Development Goal 4: Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning

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SDG 5: GENDER EQUALITY


Global Goals for Sustainable Development Goal 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls

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SDG 6: CLEAN WATER & SANITATION


Global Goals for Sustainable Development Goal 6: Ensure access to water and sanitation for all

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SDG 17: PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE GOALS


Global Goals for Sustainable Development Goal 17: Revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development

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PARING VILLAGE 

For the next 5 years, we will be working within 3 communities, in the Northern region of Ghana Africa, implementing the World Health Organization (WHO), water, sanitation, and hygiene program (WaSH), along with health and wellness, as well as education and economic issue. 

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NYOHINI VILLAGE   

For the next 5 years, we will be working within 3 communities, in the Northern region of Ghana Africa, implementing the World Health Organization (WHO), water, sanitation, and hygiene program (WaSH), along with health and wellness, as well as education and economic issue. 

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KUNYEVILLE VILLAGE 

For the next 5 years, we will be working within 3 communities, in the Northern region of Ghana Africa, implementing the World Health Organization (WHO), water, sanitation, and hygiene program (WaSH), along with health and wellness, as well as education and economic issue. 

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General Manager Elizabeth Ofori  with the residents of the Kunyeville Community,  Northern Ghana, where we are planning on building a women resource center, giving women access to personal hygiene products and information, the center will also provide business, financial and sustainable development training.   

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Our General Manager Elizabeth  Ofori (second from right) with students from  the Basic Education Department of the University of Development Studies  (UDS, Ghana) after a Teach-SDGs session held at the school's Dungu  Campus Tamale Ghana 

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In November 2018, our Director of Operations donated items to the Madina Zongo Community Health Centre. Items included birth spread, pads and panty liners for the women who come for antenatal care and the newborn mothers who come to weigh and do health check-up for their babies.  

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ONE EMAS PUMP WATER WELL $300.00 -  Temale, Ghana  


The EMAS Pump is designed for use on household systems (up to 5-6 families, or 30 users maximum), and is not meant to be used as a community pump. (Report by 7th RWSN Forum “Water for Everyone”2016) The standard EMAS method is capable of drilling to depths of up to 100m, through sand, clay, and thin layers of soft rock, with a team drilling with a trained technician commonly able to drill 20-30 metres per day.     

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ONE EMAS TOILET $400.00 - Temale, Ghana 


The EMAS Latrine can be built semi-round, round or oval-shaped. This is a booth built with metallic plate and with a ferrocement tiles as a  platform, and another one as a roof. The door is made of wooden frames or 15 mm x 15 mm industrial pipe and lined with corrugated tin plate. A chimney painted in black extracts air.

Join the corrugated tin plates with rivets as per their width, to obtain a plate at least 2.40 meters wide

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United Faith Nursery & Basic School $1000 - Jamaica


For 50 children 6 months to 6 years old. In the inner city of Olympic Gardens, Kingston, Jamaica where 80% of the parents are unemployed. The playground currently has only 3 car tires that the children play with and we aim to build slides, swings & climbers. We want it to be child-friendly and very relaxing for them. It is required that the children play 90 minutes per day but not having a safe playground makes it impossible. 

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Be Kind School Innovation Learning Space - Ghana

 

Innovation Learning Space equipped with IT tools and creative spaces to assist children from undeveloped and disadvantaged backgrounds in Ghana with the knowledge of the Sustainable Development Goals, relevant digital skills, creative skills development and leadership training in order to better equip them to meet the Global competition and to break the cycle of poverty. 

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