In the heart of our mission to empower young vulnerable girls through quality education and all round development, another remarkable milestone worth sharing has been achieved. The David Oyelowo Scholarship Program for Girls proudly announces a significant addition to one of our partner schools, BrightLand Academy, Enugu. We believe it to be a beacon of READ MORE
World Humanitarian Day 2023 brings us the powerful theme “No Matter What” which embodies the unwavering determination of humanitarians who go above and beyond to make a difference in the lives of others, especially when it comes to maternal healthcare. In a world where challenges can often feel insurmountable, there are those who rise above adversity READ MORE
Do you know, dehydration can cause joint pain?
Cartilage, found in joints and the disks of the spine, contains around 80 percent water. Long-term dehydration can reduce the joints’ shock-absorbing ability, leading to joint pain….
The first step toward reducing stress is learning what your triggers are. “If you know what pushes your buttons, then avoid it….
Save A Child FundBy GEANCOFoundation Life-transforming Surgery for Indigent Children Donate Physical activity is an inclusive term that refers to any expenditure of energy brought about by bodily movement via the skeletal muscles. The distinguishing characteristic of exercise is that it is a structured activity specifically planned to develop and maintain physical fitness. Exercise is READ MORE
Save A Child Fund By GEANCO Foundation Life-transforming Surgery for Indigent Children Donate Sleep contrasts with wakefulness, in which state there is an enhanced potential for sensitivity and efficient responsiveness to external stimuli. Sleep is a normal, reversible, recurrent state of reduced responsiveness to external stimulation that is accompanied by complex and predictable changes in READ MORE
Our medical missions usually aim to provide quality healthcare to those living in suburban areas, especially the underserved. Following inception and establishment, our modular clinics have expanded their services to offer even more value to patients and families within the communities, before and after the medical missions. Our modular clinics stand out as a beacon of hope and lifeline for communities, proof that quality healthcare can be accessed despite location or socio-economic status. Its innovative approach and use of READ MORE
In Nigeria, especially in the suburban areas, there are a lot of people, both young and old, living with a hernia, diseases of the appendix, gall bladder, and even the ovary. It has been their sad reality for years, not because the pain is mild or the protrusion is a fashion statement, but because there READ MORE
We had been planning this internship program for three months now. The goal of the internship is to build a pool of capable people for projects and operations management in the healthcare programs we run. This ensures we have the manpower to grow, the interns can use their skills to get good jobs and make READ MORE
I first wrote about the modular clinic in September 2020 – I titled it “We have gone modular!”. That was just when we received the empty container house. By October, I wrote another piece on how far we have gone with setting up the container house and actually setting up the modular clinic – operations READ MORE
Remember our Modular Clinic? Yes! The detachable container now fashioned into a beautiful and well-furnished clinic, donated to a traditional birth attendant to provide a haven for pregnant women during deliveries in the Coal City State of Enugu, Nigeria. We are glad to say the facility is indeed coming up nicely and has gained widespread READ MORE
We just launched our first ever modular clinic in Nigeria! The modular clinic is an initiative to create a safe delivery environment for pregnant mothers. This is in line with our on going efforts to deliver the safest health service to these women. The Modular Clinic, located in Nigeria’s coal city State, Enugu is a READ MORE
In August, amidst the Covid’19 lockdown, traditional birth attendants (TBAs) in Adazi, Amanuke, Anaku, Ifitedunu, Mgbakwu, Nanka, Nawfia, Nogu, Nibo, Nise, Nteje, Omor, Umunya, and Urum all in Anambra State got a generous share of our capacity development training for TBAs. A total of one hundred TBAs shared from the knowledge wells of GEANCO Foundation’s READ MORE
The distribution of electronic tablets and power banks commenced in the Ancient City of Ibadan and the Cold City of Jos before the train arrived in Enugu, the Coal City. The GEANCO Scholars in these cities were overwhelmed with joy and excitement as they received their presents with thankfulness and gratitude beaming all over their READ MORE