ABOUT THE MILLENNIUM FELLOWSHIP - CLASS OF 2020
UNITED NATIONS ACADEMIC IMPACT AND MCN PROUDLY PRESENT EUNICE OJOCHIDE ADAKOLE, A MILLENNIUM FELLOW FOR THE CLASS OF 2020.
University of Jos | Jos, Nigeria | Advancing SDG 1 & UNAI 1
" I am so excited to be part of the Millennium Fellowship because it is a great opportunity for me to work with great minds of diverse group of people to make impact in not just the African communities but the world. I believe that the eradication of poverty starts with giving every individual intellectual minds with the help of education and that is the opportunity this platform has given to me. So I am working with divine strength to ensure that education is assesible to everyone and eradication of poverty everywhere. I have made this commitment that this is what I am born for, to kill poverty. "
Millennium Fellowship Project: Victor Bello Foundation
Victor Bello Foundation, our goal is to provide at least 2000 of this individuals with basic needs and handiworks by 2020 and to help in eradicating poverty in Nigeria. Our mission is clear, we want to help the vulnerable children to realize their dreams despite their poor or displaced family backgrounds. We have already started working with IDPs from remote rural areas and with more resources coming we intend to expand our impact to at least 5 schools and 5 children's homes. We are working with children living in the streets and help them to create a better future for themselves and we intend to do more.
About the Millennium Fellow
Eunice Adakole is a humanitarian from Victor Bello Foundation. She started working there professionally as the financial secretary since 2019. Eunice is currently in her third year, reading Industrial chemistry in University of Jos, Plateau state. She is also a member of AIESEC JOS.
In the organization she works at, they are holding webinars "Made For More" to let individuals know that there is magic in every being, if they end the procrastination,today. And also raising awareness for basic preventive measures for the pandemic with a COVID-19 walk, sharing safety kits and hand sanitizers. Eunice Adakole lives in Makurdi, Benue state.