Wadi Ben-Hirki Foundation works across Nigeria to impact the lives of the less-privileged, marginalized and disadvantaged through humanitarianism and advocacy. For 5 years, WBHF has fought for the rights of girls to live and thrive and not just be seen as wives or property. We fight for the rehabilitation and empowerment of internally displaced persons, for policy reform and for our constitution to follow suit in ensuring that the protection of the rights of children especially girls becomes the new normal. We believe poverty can be alleviated, all children educated, women empowered and love shared even in the most adverse circumstances. We believe in a world where no one is left behind.
Dear Esteemed Partners & Donors,
For the past 5 years, Wadi Ben-Hirki Foundation has, with your help, been able to reach out to thousands of underprivileged and displaced persons across Nigeria. We recognize the immense role you have played in the success of our operations so far and we are grateful for your continued support and for your trust in us.
At the heart of our core values lie passion and compassion; passion for the causes we champion and compassion for those whom these causes benefit. It is these two core values that largely influence our decision to, henceforth, capture only images of our beneficiaries that are uplifting with the aim of preserving their dignity as human beings.
This will be done only after we have obtained their consent via our Consent Form. For accountability purposes, we will continue to publish pictures of our team members and volunteers at work at our various outreaches. We also maintain adequate records and documentation of impact through our newsletters, annual reports and other publications.
This will take effect from the 1st of August, 2020.
Wadi Ben-Hirki Foundation remains dedicated to reigniting the hopes of the hurting and working towards a world where everyone has a fighting chance and no one is left behind.