COVID-19 Interventions in Nigeria

Organizations, brands, groups, corporations, and individuals who have actively responded to the coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria.

 

North Central

  1. Benue State Executive Council, resolved that each member should donate N100,000 every month, contributing N2.8 million monthly till the battle against the spread of COVID-19 in Benue State is over.
  1. 500 million naira was donated by the United Bank for Africa (UBA) to Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
  2. 500 million naira was pledged by Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) for the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Private Sector Coalition against the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), aimed at targeting interventions for emergency hospitals in Lagos and Abuja.
  3. Beyond the Classroom Foundation, in partnership with CrowdyVest Donate, has COVID-19 Food Drive Fundraise for people in Abuja. https://donate.crowdyvest.com/campaign/covid19-food-drive-fundraise/
  4. Federal Capital Territory administration received medical materials from the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA).
  5. Medical equipment worth millions of Naira was donated to the Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA by Dunamis International Gospel Centre.
  6. Relief materials were distributed in Kobe village from door to door by the COZA Care Foundation.
  7. The Federal Government has started disbursing its nationwide N20,000 Conditional Cash Transfer to poor households starting from Kwali Area Council in Abuja.
  8. The NNPC GMD led other representatives of oil companies to donate coronavirus testing kits, a brand-new ambulance, hospital beds and other in-patient support systems to the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital.
  9. Three ventilators were donated by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) to two general hospitals to support the Federal Government’s fight against coronavirus in the country.
  10. The Bureau of Public Enterprises donated 300 bags of assorted food items to the less privilege at Dutse-Alhaji, a suburb of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.
  11. “Learning On Air an initiative of Aid for Rural Education Access Initiative (AREAi) is providing transistor radios to low income households in underserved communities in Abuja for children to take broadcast lessons on radios amidst closure of schools.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected], +234 706 116 9861, https://areai4africa.org/
    To donate: 1016373353, Aid for Rural Education Access Initiative, Zenith Bank.”
  12. “Servelead Global is providing food, cash and hand sanitizers to people in Abuja.
    To access this intervention or support contact: 08064700364, [email protected]
    To donate: 0451861118, Gtb, Servelead Global.”
  13. “JoyceAdah Inspirationals is providing food, cash to people in Abuja. To access this intervention or support contact: 08137979778; https://wa.me/2347062866597
    Account details: 2049738852; Akhimien Joyce Adah; United Bank for Africa UBA”
  14. “Ashake Foundation is providing food relief materials for widows and underserved women in Abuja.
    To access this intervention or support contact: +2348189015380; [email protected]
    Account details: Ashake Foundation; 0082689673; Access (Diamond) Bank.”
  15. Wimbiz Nigeria is providing food for people in Abuja. Contant [email protected]; 08034946249. To donate: 2014095856; WIMBIZ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣; First Bank.
  16. “The Colony Market has launched the#OneForOneIntiative Covid 19 Relief Fundsallows middle income earners to shop for groceries on credit especially for people in Abuja that are currently not earning a salary. With a donation of 5000 Naira you will be able to feed a family of 4 for one week.
    To access and support this initiative visit: https://thecolonymarket.com/relief-fund/”
  17. Emergency Hunger Relief Initiative is giving families in dire need raw food, medical relief materials and cash to people in Gwarimpa, Bwari, Dei-Dei, Kagini, Kubwa, Durumi, Mpape and Nyaya (Abuja). To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08036797676. Donate: 0021153835, Access Bank, Rosemary Jacob.
  18. Community Aid, an initiative of Little Big Heart Foundation is providing food and hygiene kits in Abuja. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08130086734; https://littlebigheartfoundation.org/; Donate: 0122745968; WEMA bank; Little Big Heart Foundation.
  19. Quick-fix an initiative of Skopos Technologies Limited in is providing food for people in Abuja. To access and support this intervention contact: 08032168636; https://quickfix.ng. Donate:1016547789; Zenith Bank; Skopos Technologies Limited
  20. JoyceAdah Inspirationals is providing food and cash to people Abuja, Benue and Plateau. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08137979778. Donate: 2049738852; UBA; Akhimien Joyce Adah.
  21. Prelli Foundation distributed palliatives to Durumi community.
  22. Dunamis Church donated medical equipment to FCTA. Some items donated include eight units of hospital beds and mattresses, two units of the height measuring sticks, one unit examination couch, two units of diagnostic sets, three units sphygmomanometers, one standard unit Micro Haematoent centrifuge, one standard unit of Gynecologic couch, two units infant weighing scales, two units sets of oxygen cylinders, five packs of oxygen face masks, five cartons of regular face masks, one unit of the automatic stretcher, six pieces of drip stands.
  1. 2.8 million naira is donated every month by Benue State Executive Council until the battle against COVID-19 in Benue State is over.
  2. Arming the Disabled Against COVID-19 is providing food and cash to people in Benue. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; +2347034240216. Donate: 0028803882, Stanbic Bank, Bunde Mark Peters
  3. Maranatha Foundation is providing food and groceries for people in Benue. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 09044712772. Donate: 0053721399, Access Bank, Iorkohol Mtomga Evaristus.
  4. JoyceAdah Inspirationals is providing food, cash to people in Benue.
    To access this intervention or support contact: 08137979778; https://wa.me/2347062866597
    Account details: 2049738852; Akhimien Joyce Adah; United Bank for Africa UBA”
  1. N1,120 was donated by an eight-year-old boy to the Kwara State Technical Committee on COVID-19.
  2. Kwara State Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, has donated his salaries for ten months.
  3. Love in the Lockdown is an initiative of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly Ilorin, providing cash, drugs, food and emergency services to people in need.
  4. Dravely helps Kwarans access foodstuff, drugs and preventive health kits. They have donated food to over 200 students in Kwara State.
    If you will like to assist them to reach out to more people, kindly reach us on +2348108418065 or via [email protected]
  5. Bays Planet Foundation, “”We Are All We Have”” initiative is providing food items, recyclable nose mask, hand sanitizer, liquid handwash soap and COVID19 prevention guide in Kwara.
    To access this intervention or support contact:
    [email protected], 09036619606
    To donate: 1007223373, Bays Planet Foundation, Keystone Bank.”
  6. National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Kwara state donated personal protective items to the state government.
  7. Igbaja COVID-19 Humanitarian Relief is providing food for people in Igbaja Community and Ajeromi-Ifelodun (Kwara). To access and support this intervention contact: +44 7939601493.
  8. Sherry Oge and her team produced 5000 mask with non woven filter pocket using the approved materials (double layer thick, washable,reusable and durable cotton fabric) and delivered it to the Kwara state government.
  1. 3 million naira was donated by Kenyang Mining Company Nigeria to Nasarawa state government.
  2. Sanitary towels, detergent, bathing soap, hand washing buckets and raw food items were given to prison inmates by Hope Behind Bars Africa (@hopebehindbar)
  3. Arming the Disabled Against COVID-19 is providing food and cash to people in Nasarawa. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; +2347034240216. Donate: 0028803882, Stanbic Bank, Bunde Mark Peters
  1. “Initiative for Transformative Change and Development(ITRAC) is supplying food, sanitary towels, hand sanitizers and face masks to vulnerable groups in Niger especially girls, single mother, widows and their families.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected], [email protected], 07037950838, 0808 309 0851 and https://www.twitter.com/itracnigeria
    To donate: 3125062762, First Bank of Nigeria, Grace Awawu Gara”
  2. Emergency Hunger Relief Initiative is giving families in dire need raw food, medical relief materials and cash to people in Suleja, Kwamba Angwan Gwari, Morocco Road, Victory Road, Gangare-Pangamu and Madalla (Niger). To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08036797676. Donate: 0021153835, Access Bank, Rosemary Jacob.
  3. Northern Peer Initiative is providing cash, food, face mask and hand sanitizer to people Minna and Bosso, Niger. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 09096385930. Donate: 0124883416; GTB; Naziru Saidu.
  1. Intensive care unit (ICU) beds, fully fitted with ventilators were donated by Pastor Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God.
  2. COVID19FOODDRIVEJOS is providing food packages for people in Jos. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 07031285512. Donate: 0141525869; Christine Vihishima, GTB
  3. Jenta Reads Community Initiative is currently providing food aid to the vulnerable in Jos. To request for food assistance and support kindly reach any of the following contacts: [email protected], 08166756617.
  4. Rejoice Shammah Initiative has launched Bags of Hope to provide food suff, sanitizers and face masks to people in Jos. Call. 08143344873 to access this materials and donate.
  5. Him initiative is providing food supply to people in Plateau. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 07030089600. Donate: 0011067334; Diamond Bank; Ishaya Harry Chollom
  6. Arming the Disabled Against COVID-19 is providing food and cash to people in Plateau. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; +2347034240216. Donate: 0028803882, Stanbic Bank, Bunde Mark Peters
  7. Communities Food Aid, a Kinabuti Fashion Initiative is providing food for people in Plateau. To access and support this intervention contact: +234 818 855 4513. Donate: Pinka Ilona; FCMB; 2744394013.
  8. “JoyceAdah Inspirationals is providing food, cash to people in Jos.
    To access this intervention or support contact: 08137979778; https://wa.me/2347062866597
    Account details: 2049738852; Akhimien Joyce Adah; United Bank for Africa UBA”

North East

  1. 2.5 million naira was donated by eight members of the State House of Representatives through their representatives and members representing Numan/Lamurde/Demsa Federal Constituency, Kwamoti Laore to the Adamawa State Technical Committee for the containment of COVID-19.
  2. Hon. Yusuf Buba (APC-Adamawa) set up a trust fund and donated all his monthly salaries to his constituents which will be used in providing protective materials to his constituents.
  3. Adamawa State will 100,000 protective masks, 1000 high grade medical protection and isolation gear, 2000 protective goggles, 1000 gloves and 1000 testing kits amongst other things from BUA group
  4. Adamawa State received 1500 protective masks, 110 high grade face shields and 20 overall gowns from the Jack Ma Foundation.
  5. BUA donated 100,000 protective masks, 1000 high grade medical protection and isolation gear, 2000 protective goggles, 1000 gloves and 1000 testing kits amongst other things.
  6. Adamawa State received 1500 protective masks, 110 high grade face shields and 20 overall gowns from the Jack Ma Foundation.
  1. 32.4 million and 3,600 bags of 25kg rice was donated by the management of Tiamin Rice to the Bauchi State government.
  2. 28.5 million naira was received by Bauchi State received from United Bank for Africa.
  3. 2.5 million naira and food items worth over 1.5 million naira was donated by the Bauchi based NGO, Forward in Action for Education, Poverty and Malnutrition (FaCePam) for the COVID-19 fund purse of Bauchi state government.
  4. 500 thousand naira joint donation was made The Body of Bauchi Lawyers of Conscience (BOBALAC) and Bauchi Assembly of Youths Actors (BAYOPA) to the Bauchi State government.
  5. 470 thousand naira was donated by Musa Nakwada, a member of the Bauchi State House of Assembly as his contribution towards managing the spread of COVID-19 in the state.
  6. Chinese group, Mutual Commitment Group (MCG) donated 150,000 protective medical materials to Bauchi state government.
  7. The All Progressives Congress Chapter of Bauchi State has procured millions of Naira worth protective materials to be distributed.
  8. Alhaji Yakubu Shafa, an oil and gas businessman, pledged to donate N20 million worth of beds, BPEs, thermometers and sanitizers.
  9. First City Monument Bank made a donation of N10 million to Bauchi State.
  10. Northeast Development Commission and the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control also assisted the state with consumables comprising 1,800 personal protection commodities, 2 ventilators, surgical gloves, face masks, and hand sanitizers.
  11. The deputy governor, Bala Tela, the SSG and the chief of staff contributed their 3-month salaries (March – May) towards efforts intended to curb the spread of COVID-19 in Bauchi State.
  12. SheGrow Naija is providing relief for people in Bauchi. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 2348034619667. Donate: 3644564012; FCMB; Olajide Kabir Oluwatosin.
  13. Haidar Care Foundation is providing food and cash to people in Bauchi. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08035023683. Donate: 3029710236,Polaris Bank; Abdulmajeed Zakariyya Muhammad.
  1. 28.4 million was donated by the United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc to Borno state government for the prevention and control of Coronavirus in the state.
  1. The Gombe State Government has ordered the supply of Polymerase Chain Reaction Machine for the testing of Covid-19.
  2. Gombe State suspended payment of the N30,000 minimum wage due to the effect of coronavirus pandemic on the economy.
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  1. Taraba state government through its Technical Committee on COVID-19 presented hand sanitizers to the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and the Muslim Councils to distribute to distribute to their members in the state.
  1. Yobe governor, deputy, lawmakers, judges donated 50% of their salaries to combat coronavirus.
  2. Yobe state governor, Mai Mala Buni, donate 250 face masks to Almajiris in the state.

North West

  1. N28.5 million was donated by the United Bank for Africa to the government of Jigawa.
  1. Crock City Homecoming Group has distributed 100 hand sanitisers and face masks to the Kufana community in Chikun local government area of Kaduna state.
  2. Kaduna state commenced the distribution of foodstuffs worth N500 million to vulnerable people in the state.
  3. Members of the Kaduna State House of Assembly have agreed to donate their April salaries to complement the state government of efforts in sharing food items to the vulnerable.
  4. Kavkav Shiekuma John is providing food, cash and face mask to people in Kaduna. To access and support this intervention contact: 07034517194 [email protected]; Donate: 2177679975; Zenith Bank; Kavkav Shiekuma John
  5. Husba Integrated Services ltd is providing food and cash for people in Zaria (Kaduna). To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 07060599510. Donate: 0130629907, GTB, Audu Hussaini Bawa.
  6. Stay Alive is providing face mask, hand sanitizer, hand gloves, food items and cash in Kaduna. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08157867922. Donate: 6235370900; Fidelity bank; King Osaze Chris.
  7. NNPC has commenced the construction of a N21 billion medical facility in Kaduna.
  1. The State would benefit from BUA Foundation N1 billion donated to 9 states.It will also receive 1000 high grade medical protection and isolation gear, 2000 protective goggles, 1000 gloves and 1000 testing kits amongst other things.
  2. The Kano state government has opened an online registration portal for volunteer medical and health workers for Covid-19. www.kanostate.gov.ng/volunteers
  3. A 600 bed isolation centre in Kano is being constructed by Dangote.
  4. Facemask Face Corona, an initiative of Ayama Raeal vision and Excellent enterprises is providing food and relief materials for people in Kano. To access or support this initiative contact: 08021434648; [email protected] To donate: 0070086563 Diamond bank
  5. Covid19 CSO Intervention, an initiative of Centre for Human Rights and Social Advancement (CEFSAN) is providing food and cash to people in Kano.
    To access and support this intervention contact: +2348033477704; [email protected]; [email protected]; http://www.cefsan.org. Donate: 1015152342; Centre for Human Rights & Social Adv., Bank: Zenith Bank.
  6. Dangote Foundation donates 1,000 capacity mobile covid-19 test centre and 10 ambulances to Kano.
  7. National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) is distributing food items to the vulnerable people affected by Covid-19 lockdown in Kano State.
  1. The National Lottery Trust Fund has built and handed over a fully-equipped COVID-19 isolation and treatment centre to the Katsina State Government
  2. Aimee initiative is providing food, medical supplies like mask and sanitizers, cash, maternal kit items in these places in Kastina: Sabon Gari, Zaria, Samaru.
    To access this intervention or support contact: 08065022842; [email protected]; https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3037395309654877&id=100001533140668
    Account details: 0112191864; Gtbank; Aimee Chris
  1. 28.5 million naira was donated by the United Bank of Africa Foundation to the Kebbi State Government
  2. Kebbi State Commissioners have resolved to dedicate 50 percent of their one month salaries to the prevention of the novel coronavirus.
  3. The Birnin Kebbi Bankers’ Committee donated hand sanitisers and other disinfection items to the Kebbi State Government.
  4. Alhaji Abubakar Atiku-Danbila, Kebbi State Youth Leader in-charge of Gwandu Emirate, donated surgical face masks and other medical items to market associations in the state
  1. Sokoto received the donation of 128.5 million naira from BUA group of companies as well as the United Bank for Africa (UBA).
  2. Senator Wamakko has commenced the distribution of twelve thousand pieces of hand sanitisers, detergents, face masks, hand gloves, water bucket dispensers and 250 bags of 50 kg rice to 23 LGAs in Sokoto.
  3. The Nigerian Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ), Sokoto State chapter has distributed food items to Vesicovaginal Fistula (VVF) patients at Maryam Abacha Women and Children Hospital in the state.
  1. All Directors-General in Zamfara have donated 15 percent of their March salaries to support efforts in combating the Coronavirus pandemic.

South East

  1. 1.045 billion naira was donated by NDDC to the nine states of the Niger Delta including Abia state.
  2. 28.5 million naira was donated by the United Bank for Africa Foundation to help with medical supplies, treatment and other essentials needed to combat the deadly virus.
  3. 5 million naira, testing kits, hand sanitizers, medical face masks, and 2, 000 cartons of Indomie Noodles was donated by Abia-born philanthropist, Chief Chris Igwe.
  4. Unubiko Foundation, an NGO, provided about 12,000 bottles of hand sanitizers for communities in Abam, Arochukwu LGA.
  5. Unubiko Foundation sponsored radio jingles in Igbo and English Languages to pass the message about COVID-19 to the people.
  6. From BUA Group, Abia State received protective masks, high grade medical protection and isolation gear, protective goggles, gloves and testing kits.
  7. Each One Aid One Foundation donated medical supplies, including hand sanitizers, hand gloves, face masks, non-touch thermometers, an ambulance, and a fully-equipped Mobile Clinic.
  8. The Alex Otti Foundation presented Medical Equipment (PPEs) to the Federal Medical Centre and Madonna Catholic Hospital, Umuahia.
  9. Chima Anyaso, founder of The Chima Anyaso Foundation, announced the donation of relief materials and food as well as emergency services vehicles for Bende Constituency.
  10. 500 thousand naira was donated by Abia Comets F.C. management for the Abia State Inter-Ministerial Committee on coronavirus.
  11. Jacintha Kakaide, a tailor in Aba, Abia state, has been producing masks with local materials for street kids.
  12. Nigerians Fighting Coronavirus is appealing to benevolent Nigerians to help reach out to 100 families in Abia whose business has been severely affected by the lockdown order in the State. They hope to raise 250,000 thousand naira for these families.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected], 08116812845. You can also click here to donate https://fundclock.com/campaign/321/covid19-100-families-in-aba-need-your-help
  13. Abia Comets F.C. management has donated the sum of five hundred thousand naira (N500,000) to Abia State Inter-ministerial Committee on coronavirus to support the state government in the fight to contain the spread of the COVID-19 in Abia State.
  14. CACOVID commissioned a 100-bed isolation centre with a full complement of medical equipment at the Abia State.
  1. 28.5 million naira was donated by the United Bank for Africa (UBA) to help with medical supplies, treatment and other essentials.
  2. 10 million naira, protective kits, over 5,000 hand sanitizers and 5,000 pieces of nose masks was donated by Rtn. Engr. Johnbosco Onunkwo.
  3. 10 million naira was donated by Ibeto Petrochemical.
  4. 5 million naira was donated by J I Ejison of Ejison International Ltd.
  5. 5 million naira was donated by Chief Ken Nwogbo.
  6. 5 million naira was donated by Chief Ejeson Ukeje.
  7. 2 million naira was donated by former Senator, Victor Umeh
  8. 2 million naira was donated by Chief Daniel Chukwudozie of Dozzy Oil.
  9. 1 million naira was donated by His Royal Highness, Igwe Gerald Mbamalu, Igwe Ojoto.
  10. 500 thousand naira and medical relief were distributed to Anambra indigenes by the Johnbosco Onunkwo Foundation.
  11. 500 thousand naira was donated by Ezeemo Godwin Chukwunenye.
  12. Dr. Ernest Obiejesi, Group Chairman of Nestoil and Obijackson Group of Companies, has donated 4,000 face masks and 200 units of protective clothing for care providers.
  13. Dr. Ernest Audialor Obiejesi (4,000 Facial Masks and 900 Personal Protection Equipment (PPE).
  14. Anglican Communion, Diocese on the Niger, in Onitsha, Anambra State, has commissioned a food bank for her members. It includes 200 bags of rice and 100 bags of beans, some tubers of yam and other food stuffs.
  1. 28 million naira was donated by UBA.
  2. Ebonyi state house of assembly forfeited their April salaries to the state committee on the fight against Coronavirus.
  1. 330 million naira has been approved by the Enugu State Government executive council for proactive, preventive and management measures.
  2. Enugu state government has converted its 200-bed capacity diagnostic centre into an isolation centre for treatment of confirmed cases.
  3. The Ihiagwa Community in Owerri West Council Area of Imo State has floated a food bank for indigent persons during the lockdown.
  4. Governor Hope Uzodinma has constituted a seven-man taskforce to clean up the state capital.
  5. Governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has approved the immediate provision of Group Life/Group Personal Accident Assurance Policy for all medical doctors in the Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) Teaching Hospital, Parklane, Enugu.
  6. The 17 local government chairmen, 260 councillors, supervisory councillors, local government health personnel, community leaders have been distributing buckets, soaps, hand gloves, facial masks and some food items to the people.
  7. Save African Children initiative is providing food and medical supplies for people in Enugu. To access and support this intervention contact: +2349076460541; [email protected]; Donate: 2115882254; UBA; Nwobodo Favour Chisimdi
  8. Ike Chioke And Friends (ICAF) COVID-19 appeal for medical consumables for Missionary hospitals in Enugu State. For more Information: +234-703-417-4888; [email protected] For donation, EAC Trustees Private Trust Account; 1022197316; United Bank for Africa Plc. International/other payment options: https://flutterwave.com/pay/eactrusteeslimited9ped
  9. The administration of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State, in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Tertiary Education Trust (TET) Fund, has donated some food items to four major church groups in Enugu State, for onward distribution to their vulnerable and poor members.
  1. 1.o45 billion naira was pledged by the NDDC for the nine states of the Niger Delta including Imo state.
  2. Seplat Petroleum Development Company and Waltersmith has donated some medical items that will help to curb the spread of the virus in the state.
  3. Young star kids Foundation is providing food, cash and visual electronic mobile mass media devices to people in Rivers and Imo state.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected], 08025796030, 07067382660, or http://www.facebook.com/youngstarkidsfoundation
    To donate: 2032420531, Young Star Kids Foundation, First Bank.

South South

  1. 28 million naira was donated by UBA
  2. 1.045 billion naira was pledged by the NDDC for the nine states of the Niger Delta including Akwa Ibom.
  3. The Village Square, a WhatsApp platform, has donated 60-litre capacity manual water dispensers to some communities in Akwa Ibom State to encourage handwashing.
  4. From BUA Group, Akwa Ibom State will also receive protective masks, high grade medical protection and isolation gear, protective goggles, gloves and testing kits.
  5. The state will also receive 1500 protective masks, 110 high grade face shields and 20 overall gowns from the Jack Ma Foundation.
  6. Inoyo Toro Foundation, an NGO, in partnership with StanbicIBTC Bank, has committed to support In-laboratory equipment to Akwa Ibom state in its quest to build a testing centre.
  7. Nigeria National League (NNL) side, Vandrezzer FC (VFC) donated sanitizers across the club base at Akwa Ibom state.
  8. Uty Pius is currently running a GoFundMe account to raise money for Akwa Ibom State.
  9. Community Stakeholders for Social Good (CS4SG) partnered with the Akwa Ibom State to set up call centers in order to assist in emergency response as well as tackle some of the challenges that may delay quick response of emergency teams during this period.
  10. Reach Out By Food Flames Catering Services is providing food and cash for people in Akwa Ibom. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08038694515. Donate: Sterling bank/0076403836
  11. De’ Believers Initiative is providing cash, food, medical supplies and sensitization to people in Akwa Ibom. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08143400137. Donate: 2120552528; Zenith Bank.
  1. 11 billion naira was donated by Chrome Group CEO, Sir Emeka Offor as intervention fund against COVI-19, with medical supplies bought and delivered to Bayelsa State.
  2. 1.045 billion naira was donated by NDDC to the nine states of the Niger Delta including Bayelsa state.
  3. @Fortune God’s Son has joined his friends to distribute bottles of sanitizer, Vitamin C as well as produce and disseminate audio-visual awareness messages on the virus.
  4. Nun River Development Initiative in partnership with has established a food bank to provide palliatives to special groups, such as widows, physically challenged persons.
    Kindly send a message to @OfficialNRDI to make donations of cash and food items.
  5. The Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN) has partnered with the Nigerian Content Development Monitoring Board (NCDMB) to donate Ambulances, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and other medical equipment to Bayelsa State governments.
  1. 1.045 billion naira was donated by NDDC to the nine states in the Niger Delta including Cross River state.
  2. The government has started the mass production of masks for all its citizens.
  3. Cross Rivers government has created a food bank for its people.
  4. Achievers Innovative Advocates International Foundation (AIA International Foundation) is providing personal protective equipments in Cross River.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected], 08024201831, 07061957754.
  5. Communities Food Aid, a Kinabuti Fashion Initiative is providing food for people in Cross Rivers. To access and support this intervention contact: +234 818 855 4513. Donate: Pinka Ilona; FCMB; 2744394013.
  6. Elano Investment Ltd. has donated palliatives to communities in Rivers State
  1. 2 billion naira has been disbursed from Rivers state government 2020 contingency funds to purchase foodstuffs for distribution to Rivers people as palliatives.
  2. Omega Power Ministries (OPM) worldwide has reopened its free restaurant in Port Harcourt, Rivers, to help feed the less privileged following the stay-at-home order.
  3. Dr. Maxwell Odum, MD/CEO of MBA Trading & Capital Investment Ltd., donated relief materials to widows and the elderly women in Nkpogu community, Port Harcourt.
  4. Fifi Food House (@fifire89) is providing food for the kids in Port Harcourt.
  5. Global Shapers Community, Port Harcourt Hub (@phglobalshapers) provided free hand Sanitizers to the kids and people around the location.
  6. 1.045 billion naira was donated by NDDC to the nine states in the Niger Delta including Rivers state.
  7. The Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN) has partnered with the Nigerian Content Development Monitoring Board (NCDMB) to donate Ambulances, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and other medical equipment to Rivers State governments.
  8. The REACH (Reach Every Available Communal Household) has launched a project to provide food for the the vulnerable. You can donate by calling 08110847856 and 0811094497.
  9. House on the Rock donated food in Port Harcourt.
  10. The Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) is donating two pickup vans, five Ventilators, 30 monitors and 17,000 pieces of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) Rivers State Government to assist it in the fight to check coronavirus. In addition, they will be donating equipment and materials worth 1 million USD to upgrade specific facilities at the Rivers State University Teaching Hospital.
  11. Young star kids Foundation is providing food, cash and visual electronic mobile mass media devices to people in Rivers and Imo state.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected], 08025796030, 07067382660, or http://www.facebook.com/youngstarkidsfoundation
    To donate: 2032420531, Young Star Kids Foundation, First Bank.
  12. Chukwuyem Miracle is providing food, cash and medical supplies to people in Rivers State.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected], 07060987622.
    To donate: http://www.wegodin.com
  13. Support Etche Rural Farmers is providing medical supplies and cash to people in Etche Local Government Area Rivers State
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected]; https://www.google.com/url?q=https://osi.nwa.com/social-media-for-business/&sa=U&ved=2ahUKEwj327f6gIbpAhVC4eAKHQHYDTIQFjAMegQIDRAB&usg=AOvVaw2XkYe9iT_TLqOX2LHoucoP
    Account details: 1013922244, UBA, Nwankpa Stephen Osi
  14. Action against Hunger’ (A.A.H) initiative by Natacha Akide Foundation is providing relief materials for people in Port Harcourt and Lagos.
  15. Project Reach, an initiative of the REACH Nigeria Foundation is providing food for families in Rivers. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08036602512. Donate: 1387658880.
  16. I-care is providing food/medical supplies (hand sanitizers, face mask) for people in Rivers. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 09081333923. Donate: 0033724507; Fredrick Cyrus Abel; Stanbic IBTC.
  17. Chiny’s foundation is providing relief materials for people in Rivers. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08136079802. Donate: 0074525819 Sterling bank Egbune Chiny Gifted.
  18. The HOW (Herbert Onyewumbu Wigwe) Foundation is providing food relief for people in Rivers State.
  1. 1.045 billion naira was donated by NDDC to the nine states in the Niger Delta including Delta state.
  2. 20 cartons of indomie noodles, 5 sacks of garri, toiletries and cash have been given to widows and women in Aladija community by Elvis Akpobi.
  3. Hon. Ndudi Elumelu is distributing food items worth over N45 million to the people of Aniocha/Oshimili Federal Constituency of Delta State. The food items include 600 bags of rice, 750 bags of beans, 500 bags of Garri (yellow and white), 600 bags of onions, 500 cartons of tin tomatoes, and 500 cartons of groundnut oil. The items are to be distributed across four local governments, Aniocha North, Aniocha south, Oshimili North and Oshimili South.
  4. Delta state government has established food bank to alleviate the suffering of the people resulting from the lockdown.
  5. The Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN) has partnered with the Nigerian Content Development Monitoring Board (NCDMB) to donate Ambulances, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and other medical equipment to Delta State governments.
  6. A consortium of petroleum tank farm owners in Oghara/Warri/Koko, Delta State donated medical equipment worth 100 million naira, to the Delta state government.
  7. Pathway to Hope Initiative is providing food and cash to people in Udu LGA, Delta. To access and support this intervention contact: 08093802283; [email protected]; Donate: 2219441771; Zenith Bank; Onuoha Chizaram Ruth.
  1. 300 million naira was donated by BUA company for Edo, Sokoto and Ogun.
  2. 1.045 billion naira was donated by NDDC to the nine states in the Niger Delta including Edo state.
  3. Bishop Isaac Idahosa donated relief materials to his church members to survive during the COVID-19 lockdown.
  4. The Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (NPDC) donated medical and protective equipment worth millions of naira to the Edo State government.
  5. The Academic Staff Union of Universities donated hand sanitizers, washing soaps, buckets and receptor containers to the Edo state government.
  6. Seplat donated some items including motorised sprayers, eye goggles, hands sanitisers, nose masks, to the Edo state government.
  7. Stay Alive is providing face mask, hand sanitizer, hand gloves, food items and cash in Edo. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08157867922. Donate: 6235370900; Fidelity bank; King Osaze Chris

South West

  1. 10 million was donated by Opeyemi Bamidele the Senator representing Ekiti Central Senatorial district.
  2. Live Well is providing food and cash to people in Ekiti. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08032102702. Donate: 0696906014; FCMB; Adeyinka Dada.
  3. 2 billion naira was donated by Promasidor Nigeria Limited to the Ekiti State government.
  4. Promasidor Nigeria has also donated some of its quality products worth over N80 million to Lagos and Ekiti State Governments.
  1. 10 billion naira grant was given to Lagos state by the Nigerian government.
  2. 20 million naira was donated by Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) for the Lagos State Government.
  3. 350 million naira was donated by the Chairman and Vice Chairman of Famfa Oil LTD, Modupe and Folorunsho Alakija to Lagos State Government, Lagos medical workers·
  4. 1 billion naira was donated by the United Bank for Africa (UBA) to Lagos State Government.
  5. 5 million naira was donated by Anglican Church to the Lagos and Ondo State government along with 500 bags of 12.5kg rice, 500 bags of 5kg rice, 450 bags of 2kg garri, 20 bags of 50kg rice, 43 cartons of different sizes of vegetable oil, 28 bags of sugar, 20 cartons of spaghetti, 50 cartons of noodles, nine cartons of macaroni, 34 cartons of milk, 25 cartons of beverage, lorry load of water and 75 cartons of sanitiser and other medical kits.
  6. 10 million naira has been donated by National Inland Waterways Authority to the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and Lagos State Government.
  7. “Lotus COVID-10 food drive is providing for 3500 people in Ajegunle, Ebute Metta, Idi-Araba, Lagos Island and Makoko everyday throughout the lockdown.
    Visit www,givefoodstamps.com to donate, each meal costs 350 naira.”
  8. YPO is setting up a 120 bed emergency treatment and isolation center in Eti-Osa, at Landmark Exhibition Centre.
  9. Victoria Island. Ikoyi. Do. Something. (“VIIDs”) initiative on covid-19 is sensitizing and providing relief materials for the vulnerable.
  10. The Lagos State Ministry of Agriculture has set up sites for food & agricultural produce in selected schools across local governments to be used as temporary markets.
  11. Social Intervention Advocacy Foundation (@SIAF_NG) has COVID-19 food fund available for people in Lagos, this is asides the security interventions across military and police posts which they are monitoring to protect the rights of the people under lockdown. Visit www.donate.rubies.ng/organizations or email: [email protected] or call 08051564653
  12. Pastor Adeboye donated intensive care unit (ICU) beds, fully fitted with ventilators.
  13. Pally group has donated four trucks of eggs for the Covid-19 patients and Lagos Healthcare workers.
  14. Lagos food bank is implementing a fundraising program to provide food to those in need.
  15. “Food Clique Nigeria has created a community kitchen to help the needy in Lagos. Contact 2348056147863. To donate
    FoodClique Support Initiative; GTB; 0172927777; or www.foodclique.org/donate.php”
  16. Feed the Streets Lagos is providing food for people in Lagos (09093283845, 08097310137).
  17. EKEDC donated two trucks of food and relief materials and is providing direct line electricity for 5 isolation centres, this is worth 150,000 million naira.
  18. Daystar Christian Centre has launched a feeding programme and has donated critical Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in Response to people in Lagos.
  19. Beyond the Classroom Foundation, in partnership with CrowdyVest Donate, has COVID-19 Food Drive Fundraise for Lagos. https://donate.crowdyvest.com/campaign/covid19-food-drive-fundraise/
  20. Ajegunle Emergency food relief was launched by Dreams from the slum.
  21. A 100-bed Intensive Care Centre at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena (formerly Onikan Stadium)was set up by Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank) in partnership with the Lagos State government.
  22. “Project Ark has developed as a technology-enabled solution for getting food to those who need it during the COVID-19 shutdown and even beyond. Working in collaboration with the Lagos State government and communities across the state, the initiative involves a systematic process for collection, repackaging and distribution of food items to vulnerable and low-income households.
    Further information – www.theprojectark.com.ng or 0909 3308 369″
  23. “Lotus COVID-10 food drive is providing for 3500 people in Ajegunle, Ebute Metta, Idi-Araba, Lagos Island and Makoko everyday throughout the lockdown.
    Visit www,givefoodstamps.com to donate, each meal costs 350 naira.”
  24. The Seven-Up Bottling Company has donated two million bottles of their Aquafina premium drinking water as well as other beverages in their portfolio to Lagos state.
  25. Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Lagos (UNILAG) College of Medicine Campus, Idi-Araba, Lagos, has donated hand sanitisers to Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH)
  26. Project Enable has launched “Project Enable Africa COVID-19 Response”. This a fooddrive project targeted at providing food stuffs to 1000 individuals/families of persons with disabilities in Lagos during the Coronavirus pandemic compulsory lockdown. Visit www.projectenable.africa/covid19-fooddrive
  27. The United Nations has donated three ambulances to Lagos State
  28. Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Lagos (UNILAG) College of Medicine Campus, Idi-Araba, Lagos, donated hand sanitisers to Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH)
  29. 200 million naira was donated by National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.
  30. The Chinese Consulate in Lagos has donated funds and medical equipment worth about N305.38m to the Lagos State government.
  31. “Salpha Energy is providing solar home systems for communities with no access to electricity in Sabo Koji Island, Lagos State. Community benefactors include nursing, pregnant women and households with respiratory health issues.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected], 08170198050 or https://www.instagram.com/salphaenergy/
    To donate: SALPHA ENERGY LTD, 0737359730, Access Bank.”
  32. “Serotones Enterprise medical outreach is providing medical supplies in Alimosho, Badagry in Lagos State.
    To access this intervention or support contact: 09081130318 and [email protected]
    Visit https://www.swiftpharma.blogspot.com for more information. To donate: 3069224016, Serotones Enterprise, FCMB.”
  33. “Above Ground Level Artistry is providing washhand basins to communities in Lagos.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected] 08138541666.
    To donate: 0763447429, Access Bank, Bamigbose Adams Omotosho”
  34. “Achievers Innovative Advocates International Foundation (AIA International Foundation) is providing personal protective equipments in Cross River, Lagos, Osun, Oyo.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected], 08024201831, 07061957754.”
  35. “Vendease & TSCN Africa COVID Relief Fund is providing food for people in Lagos.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected] 08098520709
    To donate: https://www.covidrelieffund.ng/ or 0123091246 , Wema Bank.”
  36. “Restructure Africa Lagos is providing food and toiletries to people in Lagos.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected] and 08022415847.
    To donate: 0102317654 Restructure Africa Foundation Access (Diamond) Bank.”
  37. Feed Ikoyi grassroots initiative which was started by Adeju Thompson, a young fashion designer. Is providing meals for construction workers, hawkers, petty traders, day laborers who are jobless during the lockdown. For more information: Instagram: feedikoyi, Tel. +2349098715203. To donate: Stanbic IBTC Account No: 0009823906.
  38. “Children’s Welfare Initiative is providing food, cash, meals, toys, clothes, shoes, books, writing materials, maths set to children in Lagos
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected];
    07033210808; https://www.instagram.com/childrenswinitiative Account details: 3046056651, Agwubilo Chika Onyinye, First Bank.”
  39. Lekki Gardens Estate donated relief materials to 1000 families.
  40. Arise Women Nigeria donated relief materials to the Infectious Disease Centre in Yaba.
  41. Ice Prince Zamani donated some relief materials to communities in Lagos.
  42. AmalaTohSure is providing food for those that really need food during the lockdown period. To support this initiative, call 08090817018 or send donations to: Bello Elizabeth Funmilayo; 0030426449; Access Bank.
  43. God Bless Nigeria Church (BGN) is providing food for 50,000 families. For more information: 08099446300. To donate: God Bless Nigeria; 0022402599; Stanbic IBTC.
  44. Wimbiz Nigeria is providing food for people in Lagos. Contant [email protected]; 08034946249. To donate: 2014095856; WIMBIZ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣; First Bank.
  45. Bethesda Child Support Foundation is providing relief materials like food, medical supplies and cash to children, women and the elderly. Contact 08033536487 for more information . To donate: 0739074992; Access Bak or via www.quickteller.com/bethesdacsa.
  46. Action against Hunger’ (A.A.H) initiative by Natacha Akide Foundation is providing relief materials for people in Port Harcourt and Lagos.
  47. The Food Project Lagos is providing food for people in the Lekki/Victoria Island and Ikoyi area. To supprt call 09061226108 or visit @thefoodproject on Instagram.
  48. Lagos Food Bank Initiative is providing food for people in Lagos. To supprt call 08028741322/07031295645 or visit @lagosfoodbank on Instagram. To donate LAGOS FOOD BANK INITIATIVE, 0463977946 – GTB; 1016014957 – ZENITH BANK; 1020057249 – UBA; 0106793890- Union Bank; 0002221706 – GTB.
  49. The People’s Food Bank is providing food for people in Lagos. Visit @foodbanknig to find out our to access and support this initiative.
  50. Pistis Food Bank- is providing food to at least 1000 residents of Lagos state. To access this meal [email protected] or call 09085222216 or 0817 003 5878 between 9am and 4pm daily.
  51. Red Cross Nigeria has donated relief materials to Makoko Community. The packages include essential food items that could feed a family of six for one-week.
  52. “Mr Ejiro and Mrs Victoria Madedor, in conjunction with Lagos Business School Alumni Association AgMP13, is providing food to undeserved communities in Lagos.
    To access and support this initiative contact: 08022160523; 08056141618.
    Donate to: Em’vic Buisness; 0688944450; Access Bank.”
  53. Lafarge donated 500 million naira as intervention fund for palliative to Lagos State Government.
  54. “Adedeji Olubukola and her group is making mask for people in Alimosho, Lagos.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected]; 08039435802.
    To donate: 0249718466, GTBANK, Raheem Monsurat”
  55. “5k Intervention is providing 5000 families in Ajegunle with #5000 intervention fund each. They are reaching out to nursing mothers, children, girls, boys and helpless fathers.
    To access this intervention or support contact: 08037464635; [email protected]
    To donate: 0108248495, GTB, Ibrahim Haruna”
  56. Children’s Welfare Initiative is providing food, cash, toys, clothes, books and writing materials to people in Lagos. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 07033210808. Donate: 3046056651; First Bank; Agwubilo Chika Onyinye.
  57. Covid-19 Food Bank Alimosho is providing food to vulnerable people in Lagos. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; +2347038573332. Donate: 0060490783; Access Bank; Temitope Ajayi.
  58. AID4COVID-19 PANDEMIC, an initiative for Agents of Change Africa is providing food for people in Orile-Iganmu & surrounding neighbourhoods in Lagos. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08082081628. Donate: 0013468418; Hadji Kwame Ahmed; GTB.
  59. We Care Project, an initiative of The Women International is providing cash, food, household and care items to vulnerable widows and single mothers in Ajah and Mushin (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; +2347065079583. Donate: TWI Global Services; Access Bank 0756768629.
  60. Precaution Mask is providing mask for people in Alimosho LGA, Lagos. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08039435802. Donate: 0249718466; GTB; Raheem Monsurat.
  61. Ajegunle Relief Initiative is providing food and cash to people in Ajeromi-Ifelodun LGA, Lagos. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08038419666. Donate: 0027569073, GTB, Chukwuka Okoli.
  62. Ajegunle Emergency Food Relief, an initiative of Dreams from the slum Empowerment Organisation is providing food to people in Ajegunle, Lagos. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08064222169; http://www.dreamsfromtheslum.org Donate: 1015553042; Zenith bank; Dreams from the slum Empowerment Initiative.
  63. Mask and Care Package Relief, an initiative of Isodokan Foundation is providing relief materials for people in Lagos. To access and support this intervention contact: 0809384444; [email protected]; http://isodokan.com. Donate: FCMB; 6228552014 Isodokan Foundation
  64. Covid 19 Relief, an initiative of Howson Wright Residents Association is providing food for people in Ikeja. To access and support this intervention contact: 07013902609. Donate: 0007314334; GT Bank; HOWERA
  65. Alimosho Feeding Program is providing food stuff to people in Alimosho and Iyana Ipaja (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: 08035013302. Donate: 2176892993; Zenith bank; Oluwakemi Ehizele
  66. Sargittarius Amosu is providing food to people in Eti-Osa, Ikoyi, Lekki and Oniru (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: 08174597300; [email protected]
  67. Alimosho Grammar School Old Students Association Relief is providing cash and cooked food for people in Alimosho (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: 08034434872. Donate: 2034997662, Firstbank, Alimosho Grammar School Old Students Association Welfare.
  68. Oniru Feeding Programme is providing food to people in Oniru Estate and Victoria Island (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: 08069806190; [email protected] Donate: Ayotola Olubunmi Jagun; GTB Acc; 0131773591
  69. Covid 19 Relief Drive is providing household items and food stuff in Lagos, Ibadan, Abuja and IDP camp. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; http://www.instagram.com/covid19reliefdrive
  70. Ramadan Relief Package, an initiative of Kolket Venture is providing food for people in Lagos Mainland, Somolu, and Surulere.To access and support this intervention contact: 08103487455; [email protected] Donate: Mukaila Tajudeen Akolade; 2024894609; First Bank
  71. BIN Covid19 Support, an initiative of Be Inspired Nigeria is providing financial aid worth 5000 naira to Alimosho, Kosofe, Mushin, Oshodi-Isolo, Ikorodu, Surulere, Agege, Ifako-Ijaiye, Somolu, Amuwo-Odofin, Lagos Mainland, Ikeja, Eti-Osa, Apapa, Lagos Island, Epe and Ibeju-Lekki. To access and support this intervention contact: 08033221975. Donate: Be Inspired Empowerment Society of Nigeria; 1007379407; Keystone bank.
  72. March against covid19 in slums, an initiative of SheLearnsis providing raw food, sanitizers and face masks to people in Ajeromi-Ifelodun and Ajegunle (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: 08165968846; [email protected] Donate: 1015889202; SkillHub; Zenith bank
  73. Yeye Arewa Foundation is providing food and sanitary items to people in Ikorudu To access and support this intervention contact: 08025557883; Donate: Temitope Abolurin; 0130784914; GTB.
  74. Feedwell project, an initiative of Project Stretch is providing food for people in Alimosho, Oshodi-Isolo, Isheri osun, Ijegun, Ikotun, Bucknor, Ijeododo, Abaranje (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: +14843007140, 08110000551, [email protected] Donate: 0045319522; Gtbank; Omotola Fawunmi
  75. Lunch Box for Lockdown, a y Booker Model Nigeria Limited is providing food for people in Eti-Osa and Lekki. To access and support this intervention contact: 08056245650. Donate: 0429912280, GTB, Mybooker Model Nigeria Limited.
  76. AACE Foods is feeding 50,000 vulnerable family in Kosofe, Eti-Osa Ketu and Lekki (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: 08056633771; [email protected]; https://aacefoods.com/ Donate: 0006606632, GTBank, AACE Foods Manufacturing Sales.
  77. Christ Power House Liberation Ministry is providing food for people in Eti-Osa and Lekki (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: 08027072525. Donate: GTB, Mrs Anthoinette Bola-Ladejo 0002053070.
  78. Support For Our Neighbors is providing food for people in Eti-Osa, Ajah, Ilaje, VGC, Agungi, Lekki, Costain, Eric Moore and Alakija (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: +2348023544024, [email protected] Donate: 0011955183, Union Bank, Ikoyo-Eweta Gloria Omogho
  79. Newheritagebc COVID-19 Community Outreach, an initiative of New Heritage Baptist Church is providing food for people in Somolu, Bajulaiye and Abule Ijesha (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: 08023091116. Donate: 2024742078, First Bank, New Heritage Baptist Church.
  80. Hour Of Liberty Ministry is providing food for people inEti-Osa, Lekki & its environs (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: +2348134562427. Donate: 0241898902; CPLM Prison Charity; GTB
  81. COVID-19 Relief, an initiative of Next Generation Children Foundation is providing food for people in Eti-Osa, and Agungi (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: 08024679797; http://www.nextgenfoundation.com.ng/ Donate: GTB; 0121912333; NextGen Foundation
  82. Standing Tall Charity Foundation is providing food and groceries for vulnerable children’s families and low daily income earners in dustbin village, Itedo, Lekki, Eti-Osa, Apapa and Ajegunle. To access and support this intervention contact: 08062547338; http://standingtallfoundatinafrica.org/. Donate: 5800019400; Heritage Bank; Standingtall Charity Foundation.
  83. Nigeria Diaspora Initiative for Nigeria’s Development (DiND) has launched COVID-19 Lockdown Support Fund to provide food for people in Ikeja (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]
  84. Hebron Love and Care Centre through COVID Relief For Elders is providing food for people in Kosofe, Somolu, Bariga, and Gbagada (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: 08037119343. Donate: Access Bank, 0060325385; Hebron Love and Care Centre.
  85. Balkens is providing food for people in Ifako-Ijaiye, Ikeja, Eti-Osa, Oregun. College road, Ayo Jagun street and its environs. To access and support this intervention contact: 08098214815. Donate: Balkens Computer Services; GTB; 0011107076.
  86. Versus COVID Relief Initiative is providing cash to people in Lagos. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected] and https://www.versus.africa/covid-19-relief-initiative
  87. GiveFood is providing food for people in Kosofe, Oshodi-Isolo, Ikorodu, Agege, Lagos Mainland, Ikeja, Lagos Island, Epe and Ibeju-Lekki. To access and support this intervention contact: 07081032763. Donate: https://givefood.ng/
  88. Communities Food Aid, a Kinabuti Fashion Initiative is providing food for people in Alimosho, Mushin, Surulere, Badagry (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: +234 818 855 4513. Donate: Pinka Ilona; FCMB; 2744394013.
  89. Yoh small chops and foodis providing food for people in Kosofe (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: 08039249095; https://yoh-smallchopz-and-foods.business.site. Donate: 0036056812 Gtbank Adeoye Yewande.
  90. COVID-19 Stimulus Campaign, an initiative of Veritas Vision Social Initiative is providing food supplies, sanitary products such as antiseptic soap to communities in Lagos. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]asvision.org; +234817934658. Donate: 0735364381; Access Bank; Veritas Vision Social Initiative Ldt/Gte
  91. Live And Not Die is providing food and cash for people in Alimosho (Lagos). To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 2348074114171. Donate: 2009566323; Zenith Bank plc; Paul Adekunle Pelemo.
  92. Hope Beyond Limits, an initiative of Adlai Heroes Foundation is providing low Income communities in Lagos with cash, food and sanitary supplies. To access and support this intervention contact: 07083060892; [email protected]; [email protected] Donate: 0108028778, Access (Diamond) bank, Adlai foundation.
  93. Latasha Ngwube and friends raised ₦1,000,000 for the Heart of Gold Children’s Hospice.
  94. Revolution Plus Property donatef relief items to over 1,000 homes in Lagos.
  95. The HOW (Herbert Onyewumbu Wigwe) Foundation is providing food relief for people in Lagos State.
  96. The Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, has made a donation of Personal Protection Equipment, PPE, to the Lagos State government to enhance the fight against coronavirus.
  97. Cititrust Holdings Plc donated 1 miliion naira to Health Emergency Initiative (HEI) on June 2, 2020.
  98. The Lagos State COVID-19 response has received 5 ambulances in addition to a cash sum of N200 million earlier received from BUA Foundation.
  99. TECNO Foundation has donated essential medical supplies in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), Lagos office on Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020. It included 100,000 medical masks, 10,000 medical gloves, 1,000 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and 5,000 googles amongst others.
  100. Lagos seaport concessionaire, Tin Can Island Container Terminal (TICT) has donated N100 million to the Federal Government of Nigeria’s Covid-19 Relief Fund.
  101. Promasidor Nigeria has also donated some of its quality products worth over N80 million to Lagos and Ekiti State Governments.
  102. Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) – WIMBIZ COVID-19 Relief Pack Project provided dry food materials to people in Lagos. To access or support this intervention, email [email protected]; [email protected]; call 07039448124; or visit https://www.instagram.com/p/B_zQO3uH0a0/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
  1. 25 million naira was donated by the former Governor of Ogun, Ibikunle Amosun.
  2. 5 million naira was donated by Anglican Church to the Lagos and Ondo State government along with 500 bags of 12.5kg rice, 500 bags of 5kg rice, 450 bags of 2kg garri, 20 bags of 50kg rice, 43 cartons of different sizes of vegetable oil, 28 bags of sugar, 20 cartons of spaghetti, 50 cartons of noodles, nine cartons of macaroni, 34 cartons of milk, 25 cartons of beverage, lorry load of water and 75 cartons of sanitiser and other medical kits.
  3. Pastor Adeboye donated intensive care unit (ICU) beds, fully fitted with ventilators.
  4. 300 million naira was donated by the BUA company for Ogun, Sokoto and Edo.
  5. Former President Olusegun Obasanjo donated his former residence, a 30-bed facility as an isolation centre in Ogun.
  6. A 40 bed facility for an isolation centre in Ogun state was donated by Mr. Fola Adeola.
  7. AACE Food is providing food for people in Ogun (08104242865, [email protected]).
  8. Living faith Church Worldwide (Winners’ Chapel) has made donations of ambulances, test kits, personal protective devices to the Lagos and Ogun state governments.
  9. The Ogun State Government expanded the capacity of the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital (OOUTH), Sagamu with 21 beds.
  10. The Ogun State Government expanded the capacity of General Hospital Iberekodo, Abeokuta with 100 beds.
  11. The Ogun State Government has opened a 128-bed capacity isolation and treatment centre in Ikenne.
  12. 10,000 cartons of Indomie noodles was donated to Ogun State Government by Dufil Prima Foods.
  13. Beyond the Classroom Foundation, in partnership with CrowdyVest Donate, has COVID-19 Food Drive Fundraise for people in Ogun. https://donate.crowdyvest.com/campaign/covid19-food-drive-fundraise/
  14. The Nigerian Baptist Convention donated food items to the Ogun state government. The items were 25 bags of 50kg bags of rice; 40 bags of 10kg semovita; 20 cartons of groundnut oil; 10 bags of beans and 100 tubers of yam.
  15. Ogun State Government has distributed relief materials to widows, people with disabilities and homeless people, about 500,000 households in total.
  16. The church donated foodstuff worth 2.5 million naira as palliative measures to reach about 3,000 people both members and non-members in Ogun Province 17
  17. 1 million naira was donated by the Ogun state branch of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (Abeokuta, Ilaro, Ota and Mowe).
  18. International Distillers donated 20 million naira worth of food items to Ogun State.
  19. Helping one Another Foundation (HOA) is providing food and cash to people in Ogun. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08033410339. Donate: 0032923606; GTBank; Sobande Olalekan Surajudeen.
  20. “Quick-fix an initiative of Skopos Technologies Limited in is providing food for people in Ogun. To access and support this intervention contact: 08032168636; https://quickfix.ng. Donate:1016547789; Zenith Bank; Skopos Technologies Limited “
  21. Containing COVID-19 is providing food and cash to people in Ode-Lemo, Shagamu Local Government (Ogun). To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 08033731424. Donate: 1021953850; UBA; sot B-Square Co.
  1. 1.045 billion naira was donated by NDDC to the nine states in the Niger Delta including Ondo state.
  2. Natal Cares is providing support to mothers and infant in Ondo.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected] and 07035689394. Visit https://www.natalcares.com for more information and you can send your donation to 1021565873 UBA.
  3. 40 million naira was donated by Jimoh Ibrahim to Ondo state government.
  1. Relief and Humanitarian Banks is giving relief materials (08167255906; 08032298961, 08037004653)
  2. Dr Deji Adeleke, Davido’s father, donated 6,640 bags of rice worth N250 Million to residents of Osun state.
  3. Al-awn foundation is giving food worth 5000 (Naira) to 50 poor families (https://t.co/lne8A1jz98 , 08100949628 or 08064126425, @awn_foundation).
  4. Toyin Abraham in collaboration with @chiefagbabiaka distributed chicken, rice and hand sanitizers and provided transport fare to widows, old women and single parents in Osun.
  5. Achievers Innovative Advocates International Foundation (AIA International Foundation) is providing personal protective equipments in Cross River, Lagos, Osun, Oyo.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected], 08024201831, 07061957754.
  6. Quick-fix an initiative of Skopos Technologies Limited in is providing food for people in Osun. To access and support this intervention contact: 08032168636; https://quickfix.ng. Donate:1016547789; Zenith Bank; Skopos Technologies Limited
  7. Adlove Global Ventures is providing food and medical supplies to vulnerable people in Osun. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 07039508424.
  1. 10 million naira was donated by Lateef Fagbemi (SAN) to the Oyo state government.
  2. Agricultural Social Entrepreneurship Foundation” (ASEF), a subsidiary of “FarmKonnect is providing food relief for the isolation period.
  3. Ajumose food bank is providing food relief for the isolation period.
  4. FoodCo has donated some medical equipment to the University College Hospital, Ibadan team.
  5. Beyond the Classroom Foundation, in partnership with CrowdyVest Donate, has COVID-19 Food Drive Fundraise for people in Oyo. https://donate.crowdyvest.com/campaign/covid19-food-drive-fundraise
  6. Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Oyo State Chapter, donated personal protective equipment for frontline health workers in the state. The equipment comprises of 95 respirators and TYVEK suits.
  7. Achievers Innovative Advocates International Foundation (AIA International Foundation) is providing personal protective equipments in Cross River, Lagos, Osun, Oyo.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected], 08024201831, 07061957754.
  8. IFAN food relief drive is providing food aid packages to vulnerable families with special consideration for widows/widowers and people living with disabilities in Oyo. They need support through donations of food items and also welcome partnership’ with other like minded organizations as well as volunteers
    To access this intervention or support contact:07030901236
    [email protected] Com 51-100 https://twitter.com/IfanAfrica/status/1250428759049523203?s=08
    Account details: 3036726441, Oriaku Clementina, First Bank.
  9. Wimbiz Nigeria is providing food for people in Oyo. Contant [email protected]; 08034946249. To donate: 2014095856; WIMBIZ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣; First Bank.
  10. Ayevergreen is providing food and cash to people in Ibadan – Egbeda Local Governnent (Oyo). To access and support this intervention contact: 08074505412; [email protected]; Donate: 1000646330, VFD Microfinance Bank, Sanni Ayobami.
  11. Quick-fix an initiative of Skopos Technologies Limited in is providing food for people in Ibadan.. To access and support this intervention contact: 08032168636; https://quickfix.ng. Donate:1016547789; Zenith Bank; Skopos Technologies Limited
  12. Hope Beyond Limits, an initiative of Adlai Heroes Foundation is providing low Income communities in Oyo with cash, food and sanitary supplies. To access and support this intervention contact: 07083060892; [email protected]; [email protected] Donate: 0108028778, Access (Diamond) bank, Adlai foundation.
  13. DHAFRICA COVID -19 Awareness/Sensitization Program is providing food and medical supplies to people in Ibadan North and Southwest. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; [email protected]; 08032200058. Donate: 0157609748 GTB Fasoyiro Adedayo
  14. Act Hub Africa is providing food for less privilege people in Ibadan North LGA (Oyo). To access and support this intervention contact: 07030658304; [email protected]; https://www.acthubafrica.com.ng. Donate: 0151240213, GTB, John Oluwafemi Olla
  15. Ifan Food Relief Dive is providing food relief for people in Oyo. To receive food or support this initiative call 07030901236, 07033724000 or send a direct message to @ifan_Africa on Twitter. To donate: 3036726441; Oriaku Clementina; First bank.
  16. Oyo State COVID-19 Endowment Fund has been set up, donations in form of cash reached N200m while materials worth over N50m have been received from corporate organisations, religious groups and individuals from within and outside the state.
  17. Gov. Seyi Makinde distributed relief materials to 90,000 people in Oyo State.
  18. Revolution Plus Property donatef relief items to over 1,000 homes in Oyo.

General

  • NNPC, Seplat has began the construction of a $1.2 million emergency, infectious disease hospital in 12 states.
  • 50 billion Naira has been released by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) as a stimulus package to support households and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Apply here: https://nmfb.com.ng/covid-19-support/
  • 11 billion naira donated to the government by Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, and its partners Shell Group of Companies, EXXONMOBIL GROUP, Total Group, Chevron Group, ENi Group, ADDAX Petroleum, Aiteo Eastern Exploration.
  • 5 billion Naira special intervention fund was granted to the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) by the presidency.
  • 5 billion Naira to provide beds for isolation centers, relief materials, critical care facilities, and financial support for Nigeria and 19 other African states was donated by The United Bank for Africa (UBA).
  • 2 billion naira was donated by Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
  • 2 billion naira was donated by the BUA Group
  • 2 billion naira was given to the government by Aliko Dangote.
  • 1 billion naira was donated by Access Bank Plc.
  • 1 billion naira was donated by Dr Deji Adeleke, Davido’s father.
  • 1 billion naira was donated by Femi Otedola.
  • 1 billion naira was donated by Guaranty Trust Bank.
  • 1 billion naira was donated by the Chairman and Vice Chairman of Famfa Oil LTD, Modupe and Folorunsho Alakija
  • Flour Mill of Nigeria (FMN) has weathered herculean supply chain challenges with a multi-country sourcing initiatives to procure $1.5 million worth of critical medical supplies to Nigeria; redeemed a 1 billion Naira pledge to the Nigerian Private Sector Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID); commenced deployment of a NGN 300 Million food relief packages to vulnerable communities in 12 states across the nation.
  • 1 billion naira was donated by Zenith Bank.
  • 1 billion naira has been donated by Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC).
  • 1 billion naira worth of cash and food items has been donated by Tolaram Group.
  • Victims Support Fund (VSF) COVID-19 Taskforce is using 1 billion naira to touch the lives of IDPs & people in the poorest & vulnerable communities of Nigeria. They are also collecting data of all beneficiaries to guide Government on social welfare policies for the poor.
  • The Bank of Industry (BOI) has donated N700 million in relief funding towards supporting the fight against the coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria.
  • Nigerian Breweries Plc. is donating Six Hundred Million Naira to the Federal and some state governments
  • 360 million naira was donated by Matrix Energy medical equipment.
  • 250 million naira was donated by Sterling Bank to support doctors, nurses, public health officials & ambulance drivers.
  • 250 million naira was donated by Citibank,
  • 250 million naira was donated by ECO Bank.
  • 250 million naira was donated by FCMB.
  • 250 million naira was donated by Fidelity Ban.
  • 250 million naira was donated by Ray Gupta, African Steel Mills Nigeria Limited.
  • 250 million naira was donated by Stanbic IBTC.
  • 250 million naira was donated by Standard Chartered Bank.
  • 250 million naira was donated by Union Bank.
  • 200 million naira was donated by MultiChoice Nigeria Limited.
  • A $500,000 facility to increase Covid-19 testing was built by 54gene in partnership with Union Bank.
  • Promasidor Nigeria has donated N200 million cash for the exclusive purchase of equipment and the setting up of isolation centers required in the nationwide fight against COVID-19 through the Nigeria Private Sector Coalition against COVID-19 (CACOVID),
  • 120 million naira was donated for the provision of 36 ventilators and 1,500 medical overalls by Depot and Petroleum Products Marketers Association (DAPPMA)
  • 100 million naira to drive the national radio campaign “StaySafeNigeria” was donated by Ecobank Nigeria to support measures to check the rising spread of Coronavirus.
  • 100 million naira was donated by Coronation Merchant Bank.
  • 100 million naira was donated by FBN Merchant Bank.
  • 100 million naira was donated by Heritage Bank.
  • 100 million naira was donated by Keystone Bank.
  • 100 million naira was donated by Nova Merchant Bank.
  • 100 million naira was donated by Polaris Bank.
  • 100 million naira was donated by Provious Bank.
  • 100 million naira was donated by Rand Merchant Bank.
  • 100 million naira was donated by SunTrust Bank.
  • 100 million naira was donated by Unity Bank.
  • 100 million naira was donated by WEMA Bank.
  • 50 million naira was donated by former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar.
  • 50 million naira was donated by Globus Bank.
  • 50 million naira was donated by Takagro Chemicals Ltd.
  • 50 million naira was donated by Titan Trust Bank.
  • 30 million naira and 20 ventilators were donated by the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) to the Federal Government Committee on COVID-19.
  • 20 million naira was donated by Ahmadu Mahmoud.
  • 18 million naira was donated by Bono Energy.
  • 18 million naira was donated by Levene Energy.
  • 18 million naira was donated by Mocoh Energy.
  • 10 million naira was donated by Douglas Jack Agu (Runtown) to Nigerians.
  • 10 million naira was donated by Innocent ‘2Baba’ Idibia and an online concert for people.
  • 10 million naira has been donated by National Inland Waterways Authority to the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and Lagos State Government.
  • 5,067,000 million naira was donated by New Leaders Group from its 101 members which includes Folajimi Lai Mohammed, Alfred Babas, Uzoma Konyeaso, Zainab Galadima, Doyin Alatishe, Shola Ladoja, Marzi A V Orji, Tosin Oshinowo, Sijibomi Ogundele, Joshua J. Omojuwa, Andrew Zidon, Ibidapo Fashina, Hon. Dayo Israel, Sadiq Abacha, Murtala Tukur, Atanda L Fuad, Donald Benibo Wokoma, Onyemelukwe Tochukwu, Habeeb Okunola, Abiodun Osikoya Bizzle, Nkemkanma Kama, Chima Anyaso, Bobo Ajudua, Enniyanna Annumudu, OC and OZ Mbadiwe, Frank Emenike and many others.
  • 5 million naira was donated by Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh (DRASA).
  • 5 million naira was donated by Mrs Etuh foundation, Handy Capital Ltd.
  • 100,000 face masks, 1,000 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and 20,000 test kits were donated by Jack Ma Foundation.
  • 1000 Sapphire 35ml sanitizers was donated by Tonto Dike
  • 1500 medical overalls and lab equipment for a diagnostic centre were donated by Eyrie Oil.
  • 2,000 test kits, 1,000 medical overalls and 100 million Naira for ambulances was donated by MRS Oil Ltd.
  • 200 ambulances were donated by OVH Energy.
  • 2000 Sapphire 35ml sanitizers was distributed by Tobi Adegboyega of SPAC Nation.
  • 50 families in Nigeria are receiving food and groceries from Pearls Africa
  • 50 ventilators were donated by Major Marketers Association of Nigeria (MOMAN)
  • 60 Beds, 20 patient ICU monitors, 20 oxygen concentrators, 10 infusion pumps, 10 Syringe pumps, 20 Oxygen giving sets, 10 suction machines and 100 sets of personal protective equipment (PPE) were donated by Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA).
  • All members of the House of Representatives resolved to donate 100% of their two months’ salary.
  • Citizen for Citizen, an Ibukun Awosika initiative is providing funds for health, education and welfare related Covid-19 projects.
  • Co-ordinated by the Minister of State for Transportation, Senator Gbemisola Saraki, Nigeria’s 43 ministers have donated 50 per cent of their March 2020 salaries.
  • Covid Aid is distributing food aid to people in need through USSD shortcode request. Visit www.covidaid.ng
  • E-learning solutions to keep students engaged during the lockdown was donated by First Bank of Nigeria partnered with the Nigerian government, the United Nations (UN) and innovative technology firms.
  • Festus Keyamo, Minister of State for Labour urged MTN, 9Mobile, Airtel and Glo to consider giving Nigerians some token airtime & data to ease their pains & to ensure that communication with individuals & authorities is ensured in cases of emergencies.
  • Festus Keyamo, Minister of State for Labour urged Star Times to extend all existing subscriptions by at least one month, free-of-charge, as their own contribution to ease the pains of Nigerian workers at this time of lockdown
  • LifeBank in partnership with Nigerian Institute Of Medical Research (NIMR) launched a mobile testing center to help expand testing in our community.
  • Mobihealth is providing free covid-19 tele-consultation and free online screening (Download Mobihealth on your mobile device).
  • Wellbeing Foundation Africa and PocketPatientMD’s has launched a free e-health check tool that allows users, especially Nigerians with pre-existing conditions determine – from their homes – whether they need to test for the virus. (Access the tool here: https://covid19.wbfafrica.org/)
  • Raw Food Bank Drive by Tonto Dikeh Foundation is providing food items for Nigerians.
  • UBA is providing a free telemedicine platform to provide direct access to medical advice to citizens, in compliance with social distancing requirements.
  • Wale Aladejana began production of sanitiizers and distributed some to security officers.
  • 1.045 billion naira was donated by NDDC to the nine states in the Niger Delta
  • 300 million naira was donated by the BUA company for Ogun, Sokoto and Edo.
  • “ELEV8MEDIA 40 million naira SME SUPPORT FUND
    Elev8media is launching an advertising fund for SMEs, this is aimed at supporting Lagos local businesses affected by Covid-19 Pandemic.
    A fund with a media value of N40 million has been created, giving 10 businesses and brands access to advertising space on our iconic LED billboard at CMS Marina. The aim is to help support and stimulate businesses, jobs and the local economies in Lagos.
    The support fund will be administered by Elev8media Advertising Limited.
    SMEs can register their interest by following the requirements below and you could be one of the chosen brands that will enjoy one month (1) exposure on this iconic screen at CMS Marina.
    REQUIREMENTS:
    1. Repost and write why you would like your business to be selected and tag @elev8media
    2. Fill the form in this link to apply (tiny.cc/elev8media)
    3. Like and follow us @elev8media”
  • “The Nlele Institute (TNI)
    The Nlele Institute (TNI) is disbursing N460,000.00 to 92 artists through the Nlele Institute Corona Virus Artists Emergency Support to ameliorate the situation for our colleagues. This is an independent initiative to support our own in trying times like this.
    The recipients will go through a process of verification to ensure the genuineness of their need for this money. So allow some time for us to accomplish this.
    To be a support or be a beneficiary send an email to [email protected] or contact Obasola Bamigbola (Project Coordinator) on: 08034965884″
  • The National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) has pledged its water buses, patrol boats and other water craft for use by relevant agencies.
  • Hameed Ali, the Comptroller-General of Nigeria Customs Service has approved the release of 46,000 metric tons of rice, 36,495 kegs of vegetable oil and other items valued at N3.2 billion for distribution. Others are 136,705 cartons of tomato paste, 2,951 cartons of spaghetti, 1,253 packets of noodles, 828 bales of wrappers and 2,300 rolls of lace fabric.
  • Hon. Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Alhaji Muhammad Nanono handed over 12,500 metric tons of food ration to the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouq from the Minna Silo in Niger, being part of the National Strategic Food Reserve.
  • The Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST), has made available 1400 post office locations to facilitate the distribution of humanitarian aid, medications and medical equipment to areas where they are needed and bridge the social distance gap necessitated by the pandemic.
  • “WARIF Centre is receiving donations to obtain necessary equipment for doctors and nurses, so they can support and care for the domestic and sexual violence survivors in need of assistance.
    Visit @warif_ng to donate.”
  • Project Enable has launched “Project Enable Africa COVID-19 Response”. This a fooddrive project targeted at providing food stuffs to 1000 individuals/families of persons with disabilities in Lagos during the Coronavirus pandemic compulsory lockdown. Visit www.projectenable.africa/covid19-fooddrive
  • “The Kids Advocacy And Development Foundation (KAD,King Andre Dikeh Foundation) to cater for the welfare of 2,000 Vulerable kids(IDP CHILDREN). To access this initaitive, visit @kingandredikehfoundation on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.
    You can also send your support by emailing: [email protected]
  • “Oduala Olorunrinu is the convener of #OperationSanitize #OperationDisinfect. He is giving 50000 alcohol based hand sanitizers to grassroot communities in Nigeria.
    To access the sanitizers or support the initative, kindly visit @savvyrinu @RinuDear on social media or call 07035110228.”
  • Jumia, the pan-African e-commerce giant, has donated face masks to Nigeria’s health ministry.
  • “Strategy and Innovation for Development Initiative is providing food, medical supplies, wash stations and data top-up for 30 states in Nigeria.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected], 08063318016. Visit: http://www.si4dev.org/ for more information. You can also donate to Strategy and Innov for Dev Initiative Account Number; 0366172770; GTBank.”
  • “OneAgrix has initiated an online farmers helpline to urgently help farmers and food suppliers who will be facing emerging food surplus which might lead to unnecessary #Foodloss and connect them with rising food shortage/ deficit amongst the most vulnerable citizens via partnership with some NGOs and charity organization at the deficit hotspot.
    To donate: OneAgrix Pte. Ltd. Account Number: 072 005 8526 SWIFT CODE: DBSSSGSG; DBS Bank”
  • “TRAKA, a Bloom Health Technology initiative has created a platform called, TRAKA {*347*65#} it’s an automated offline & online platform designed to assist people as well as the government. Traka addresses the challenges associated with the following; Proper dissemination of information, lifestyle adjustment, reporting; mapping of affected areas {Local & Global Digital Maps}; locating healthcare facilities closest to them.
    To access this intervention or support contact: [email protected], 08063283941 or https://bloomhealthtech.com/traka”
  • “Tiffany Amber Cares (COVID-19 Response) is producing and delivering 10s of thousands of cloth masks, hospital gowns, scrubs, hospital sheets and other medical apparel. In addition, they are also producing 10,000 face masks to donate to the most vulnerable
    To access this intervention or support contact: 09087836355, [email protected], [email protected]
  • 300 million was donated by Nigeria’s port terminal operators, APM Terminals Apapa and the West Africa Container Terminal (WACT).
  • 700 million naira was donated by Nestle Nigeria. This donation includes nutritious food and beverage products worth N450 million to reach more than 600,000 vulnerable people, most impacted by the crisis. The company also donated N250 million in cash towards the procurement of medical supplies and personal protective equipment for the COVID-19 response
    Growing Businesses Foundation (GBF) Covid-19 Intervention focuses on engaging an existing GBF network of 4,000 grassroots women in 14 States Oyo, Ogun, Enugu, Imo, Anambra, Edo, Delta, Nasarawa, Benue, Ebonyi, Plateau, Kaduna, Niger & Kwara to provide relief package for people. For more information contact: www.gbfng.org; [email protected] or call 08034658145, 08033691016. Donate to: Growing Businesses Foundation/Endowment Fund, Zenith Bank Plc, Account Number: 1014453303; Swift Code/BIC: CitiGB2L.
  • The Culinary Arts Practitioners (CAPA) is providing short term N5,000 relief funds to the lowest cadre of hospitality industry workers. For more information contact www.culinaryacademy.com.ng Donate to: Culinary Arts Practitioners Association; Access Bank A/C 1387846294
  • “Zang Technologies is providing cash for people in North Central
    To access this intervention or support contact: 07067574232 / [email protected] / [email protected] https://web.facebook.com/zangtechnologies?_rdc=1&_rdr Acccount details: 0503798636; GTB; Zang Technologies”
  • Henkel AG & Co. KGa is producing hand disinfectants to donate to hospitals fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
  • “Pad Bank Nigeria has created an intervention to solve the issue of unhealthy menstrual health and hygiene during lockdown.
    For donation and contact 07087164131, 08106035650; [email protected]
    Make donations directly to https://fundclock.com/campaign/222/pad-bank-nigeria-monthly-outreach or https://www.paylink.ng/herofaleye1″
  • Union Bank of Nigeria apart from donating to 54Gene collaborated with www.givefood.ng and Lagos Emergency Food Response Program to support people with food. In addition to this, they have created the Rise Challenge to shine the spotlight on customers doing things to rise above the pandemic. Customers are expected to share their stories and if it is inspiring, they will be rewarded with 250,000 to support their work. Visit https://www.unionbankng.com/therisechallenge/ for more information.
  • Give Food Initiative is an emergency food relief platform with a target of providing over one million meals for the underserved and less privileged in our community. To donate Bank: First City Monument Bank Plc; 2386305206; Babban Gona – Give Food Ng.
  • Diet234.com is providing food bags which also contains COVID-19 safety guidelines and nutrition measures to promote hygiene. . Food bags are distributed to 500 heads of families that have been nominated from various localities across 10 communities in Nigeria. To donate: 0697034298; MYDIET234; Access Bank Visit diet234.com/communeating for more information.
  • Praying Mums Community is providing food for people across the country and beyond. To access and support this intervention contact: 08167756605. Donate: 1015032170, Zenith bank, Lugar Ricos.
  • mDoc Healthcare is providing pregnancy delivery kits/PPEs to pregnant women; 90-day free telehealth sessions for pregnant women and people with chronic health needs including mental health; online health directory of COVID-19 hotline numbers, testing sites, treatment centers across Africa; tele-education sessions for pregnant/new mothers and healthcare providers; cooked food and drinks to 120 health worker and is partnering with AACE Foods to provide dry food to LUTH Staff. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; https://www.mymdoc.com Donate: 1014538228, Zenith Bank, mDoc Healthcare.
  • Coronavirus Fact Check has launched a technical support to reduce fake news. For more information: 08027859009; http://coronavirusfactcheck.ng/
  • The Northern Governors Forum (NGF) has resolved to commence plans for the establishment of COVID-19 mobile testing vans to cover rural areas across the region
  • Nigerian off-grid energy impact investing company All On, seeded by Shell is providing N180 million in assistance to renewable energy companies, Auxano, Arnergy, GVE and Lumos to provide solar power for emergency health centers in support of the response to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Ubi Franklin is feeding 11,600 people across Nigeria and helping many startups and entrepreneurs scale amid the lockdown.
  • The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) has donated palliatives to their partners who are taking care of vulnerable children and victims of human trafficking across the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). The items donated included 100 cartons of noodles, 30 bags of rice, three cartons of seasoning cubes, eight cartons of sanitiser and hand gloves. The beneficiaries are WOTCLEF, NAPTIP Shelters, Daughters of Abraham, Damsel of His Glory, Mother Theresa Orphanage, Rachael’s Home among others.
  • Samsung Heavy Industries Nigeria (SHIN) Limited has secured the first batch of 5,000 COVID-19 test kits to help the Nigerian government tackle and mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Channels TV distributed palliatives for people in Nigeria.
  • Digital Intelligence Week, is an initiative of LDE, to educate people with Digital Branding, advertising and Blockchain Technology knowledge to survive in a Covid-19 Digital Economy. Training is absolutely free for any one, runs every last week of every month. To access and support this intervention contact: [email protected]; 09094770389; https://www.lde.com.ng. Donate: 0430417387; LOUIS DIKE ENTERPRISE; GTB.
  • Interface Africa is helping individuals and businesses use the power of the media to keep them relevant during COVID19; hosting conversations with industry leaders in all sectors that will empower and teach professionals how to navigate this pandemic. To access and support this intervention contact: 07801972794; [email protected]; https://www.instagram.com/dcogoloma/?hl=en
  • Alex Ekubo Corona Relief Fund provided 20,000 naira to 10 people, this was done in parternership with the Hemz Foundation.
  • Paga has launched Donate.ng — a donation platform and subsidiary of Paga created to connect credible charitable causes and organizations to support and donations while elevating their efforts in providing help to the most vulnerable in our midst.
  • The Nigerian Navy distributed palliatives, Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs), as well as hand sanitisers,at their host communities in Abuja Municipal Councils to those around the Eastern and Central, Naval Commands as well as other units of the navy across the country, they also shared at Nigerian Navy Provost and Regulatory School, Makurdi, Benue State and the Nigerian Navy School of Armament Technology, Kachia, Kaduna, among other schools under the NAVAL Training Command (NAVTRAC).
  • The General Overseer of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries, Dr. Daniel Kolawole Olukoya gave food items, such as rice, garri, beans, noodles, tomato paste and yam to members. The food items given to members across the country were sent through the House Fellowship leaders.
  • Sahara Group has donated medical equipment to the public health institutions in the country to boost healthcare delivery.

External Funding

  • Germany pledged 5.5 million pounds to the Nigeria Humanitarian Fund​
  • 50 million euros has been donated by the European Union
  • The United Nations donated 50 A30 ventilators and personal protective supplies. This is worth USD $2,200,000 million
  • African Development Bank (AfDB) has approve loan of 288.5 million dollars to Nigeria
  • International Monetary Fund (IMF) has released $3.4 billion to Nigeria as Rapid Financing Instrument (RFI) for COVID-19 emergency financing.
  • The European Union (EU) and United Nations (UN) have delivered essential medical supplies to the Federal Government to help the fight against COVID-19 pandemic. The consignments include 545 oxygen concentrators, more than 100,000 test kits, infrared digital no-touch thermometers, numerous personal protective equipment (PPE), laboratory supplies and emergency health kits that will boost the government’s COVID-19 response and care for those affected by the virus.

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