• 21 Road, 2nd Avenue, Gwarinpa, 900108 FCT, Abuja, Nigeria.
  • +234 (811) 166 1111
  • info@unubikofoundation.org

Community Development

The foundation is committed to providing critical interventions in rebuilding the community's infrastructure, such as schools, churches, and water supply systems.


We are dedicated to promoting education and youth empowerment in the Atan Abam community. Their efforts include covering WAEC fees for eligible students, rebuilding Ovukwu Abam Secondary School with an N250 million fund, and organizing the #Code Camp Youth Empowerment Programme, which provided 20 youths with an online masterclass covering coding, logical thinking, mind mapping, and goal-setting.

Women and Youth Empowerment

The foundation prioritizes empowering the youth through various capacity-building initiatives, including the #Code Camp Youth Empowerment Program. Similarly, The foundation has undertaken crucial initiatives such as the establishment of a Women's Development Centre, acting as a catalyst for women's empowerment

Job Creation and Poverty Reduction

Unubiko Foundation is committed to bridging the gap in development and meeting the needs of the people in the areas of job creation and poverty reduction.

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

The foundation prioritizes the provision of WASH facilities and clean drinking water to communities, dedicating significant resources to the sinking of 49 boreholes in Abam and neighboring areas.

COVID-19 Response

The foundation provided palliatives and donations to alleviate the associated hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic, including 1000 bags of rice and protective equipment to communities and the Abia State government, 830 pieces of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the Federal Medical Centre in Umuahia, and 100 bags of rice and 300 cartons of noodles to the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ) in both Abia State and Abuja

Our Impacts

For over a decade, Unubiko Foundation has granted funds exceeding one billion Naira to benefit more than 50 communities throughout Abia State and beyond. Through our diverse initiatives, we have had a direct and indirect impact on the lives of approximately 12 million individuals.

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