Children & Young People Fund

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Children and Young People Fund

Many children and young people in Ohaji are facing exceptionally difficult circumstances. 1 in 2 children are Not in Education, Not in skill Training, 99.8% of young people are not in any form of employment or trade, 1 in 3 young people are addicted to substance misuse, or crimes including cults and gangs. With the help of our donors, AFOPA can deliver outreach programmes or fund critical items such as: Gas or electric cookers, books, school uniforms, foot-wears, healthy food, toys and young people skills training. We can cause a dramatic change of many young people’s lives, tackling crime from the grassroot and help make the world a safer place. To save a live, click to donate.

Ecosystem Restoration

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Ecosystem Restoration

Ecosystem restoration means assisting in the recovery of ecosystems that have been degraded or destroyed, as well as conserving the ecosystems that are still intact. Healthier ecosystems, with richer biodiversity, yield greater benefits such as more fertile soils, bigger yields of timber and fish, and larger stores of greenhouse gases. 

Restoration can happen in many ways – for example through actively planting or by removing pressures so that nature can recover on its own. It is not always possible – or desirable – to return an ecosystem to its original state. We still need farmland and infrastructure on land that was once forest, for instance, and ecosystems, like societies, need to adapt to a changing climate.

Between now and 2030, the restoration of 350 million hectares of degraded terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems could generate US$9 trillion in ecosystem services. Restoration could also remove 13 to 26 gigatons of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. The economic benefits of such interventions exceed ten times the cost of investment, whereas inaction is at least three times more costly than ecosystem restoration. All kinds of ecosystems can be restored, including forests, farmlands, cities, wetlands and oceans. Restoration initiatives can be launched by almost anyone, from governments and development agencies to businesses, communities and individuals. That is because the causes of degradation are many and varied, and can have an impact at different scales. Read More

Ohaji INFOCUS

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Ohaji INFOCUS 2021

Driven by growth, annual Ohaji INFOCUS international conference and submit specially designed for all Ohaji community leaders, members, supporters, diplomats, business and investors, promising 5 days of premium networking opportunities comprising of a 2-day main conference, supplementary workshops, case studies from a wide array of perspectives, expert opinions and unrivaled insights into oil, Gas and agriculture market prospects.