LACF contributed donations to UNICEF in support of two disaster relief efforts: for the 14 January 2002 volcanic eruption in Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo and for the 27 January 2002 explosion disaster in Lagos, Federal Republic of the Nigeria.

• LACF launched its first World Children's Day celebration.

• LACF and the Catholic Archdiocese, Holy Trinity Parish in Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria in a move against HIV/AIDS formed a partnership marking the emergence of Parish Action Committee on Aids (P.A.C.A.)

  1. LACF initiated a partnership with the retired Peace Corps, Massachusetts chapter.

  2. Devised new curriculums that cover basic business and technology skills.

  3. Launched an aggressive found raising campaign and expanded donor base.

• LACF awarded scholarships to 4 orphans in elementary and secondary schools in Nigeria as part of it’s on-going Literacy Program

• LACF lunched its first annual clothing and toy drive for Sub-Saran African Orphans

• LACF initiated a partnership with The Alliance for Children. The Alliance for Children, Inc is a non-profit international adoption agency based in Massachusetts, serving families throughout the USA.

• LACF provided the Motherless Baby Home (Abuja Nigeria), Victory Motherless Baby’s Home (Abuja Nigeria), Poorest of the Poor Anawim Home (Abuja Nigeria), The Holy Family Orphanage (Abuja Nigeria) with the following: School supplies, Shoes, Clothing & Toys.

LACF Objectives 2011

  1. Implement educational program Digital City in rural orphanages.

  2. Provide donations in the form of scholarships, clothing, educational supplies & equipment.

  3. Devise new curriculums that cover basic technology skills.

• Continue fundraising for Living Center project and other educational programs.

© 2011 Lolo African Children’s Foundation (LACF)


Activities 2002-2010