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FROM THE TEAM LEADER “FACI is brilliant and I'm proud to be a part of it. The activities were fun and educative; the execution of duties was amazing too. I can't wait for next year's edition.” Folashade Olajuwon – FACI 2.0 Volunteer, Children of Promise Ministries   Dear All, 8 months ago, a concept was conceived. An idea that we hoped would become an inspirational project that would revolutionize what it meant to spread hope and love within our local community. Last year, we had launched the Feed-A-Child Initiative [FACI] as a signature effort to alleviate poverty and hunger amongst some [...]

FACI 2.0 REPORT 2019-10-20T00:48:41+00:00

2018 Annual Report


Dear Friends, It is with an immense amount of joy that I officially announce the first year anniversary of The Panacea Project today 17th December 2018. Twelve months ago, a group of 12 young but passionate individuals gathered themselves in a room at the Alexander Brown Hall, University College Hospital, Ibadan, and brainstormed on how to orchestrate appositive turnaround in the fortunes of our dear continent Africa, starting with their most immediate community – Ibadan. 365 days on, we are indeed proud of the footprints we have left behind in the sands of time but also recognise that although we are [...]

2018 Annual Report 2019-01-19T17:07:45+00:00



INTRODUCTION Female genital mutilation (FGM) is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as all procedures which involve partial or total removal of the external female genitalia and/or injury to the female genital organs, whether for cultural or any other non-therapeutic reasons.[1] FGM is an unhealthy traditional practice inflicted on girls and women worldwide. Female genital mutilation is widely viewed as a violation of human rights and it is rooted firmly in cultural beliefs and perceptions over decades and generations. FGM practiced in Nigeria is classified into four types.[2] Clitoridectomy or Type I (the least severe form of the practice): It [...]




INTRODUCTION WHAT IS HIV? The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infects cells of the immune system, destroying or impairing their function. Infection with the virus results in progressive deterioration of the immune system, leading to "immune deficiency." The immune system is considered deficient when it can no longer fulfill its role of fighting infection and disease. Infections associated with severe immunodeficiency are known as "opportunistic infections", because they take advantage of a weakened immune system. 1 WHAT IS AIDS? Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a term which applies to the most advanced stages of HIV infection. It is defined by the occurrence [...]

HIV AND OUR SOCIETY 2018-12-06T22:17:37+00:00

Final FACI Report


INTRODUCTION The Feed-A-Child Initiative is a philanthropic intervention of The Panacea Project towards the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero Hunger. At her Ordinary General Meeting held on March 24, 2018, The Panacea Project resolved to hold the inaugural outreach of the initiative on May 27, 2018 as a commemorative measure for the 2018 Children’s Day. This inaugural outreach was to cater to the feeding of 500 homeless Almajiri Children in the Sabo Community of Ibadan.Due to the unfortunate shut-down of academic activities in the College of Medicine, University of Ibadan on April 6, 2018 and the subsequent 7 weeks [...]

Final FACI Report 2018-09-29T15:04:07+00:00

Incidence and Effect of Malnutrition on Homeless Almajiri Children in Sabo Community, Ibadan


BACKGROUND The Almajiri community of Ibadan is essentially made up of individuals from both ends of the age spectrum, who live off begging. The impoverished community migrates from the Northern Nigeria down south to form communities of individuals dependent on alms from members of the larger society. It was expected that the deprived economic status of the Almajiri people would predispose their children to malnutrition - an association seen regularly- and it was the purpose of this study to determine if this association between poverty and malnourishment truly exists in this community and to determine the extent of such an association. [...]

Incidence and Effect of Malnutrition on Homeless Almajiri Children in Sabo Community, Ibadan 2018-12-05T23:30:07+00:00

Leadership in Nigeria so far


OLORUNFEMI, Olaoluwa Christopher INTRODUCTION The term “leader” has different definitions applicable to different situations in different contexts but of noteworthy mention is that given by the former Director- General of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mrs. Farida Waziri as “one who fosters change”1. From the current socio-economic situation in the country and a dearth of meaningful change, we do not seem to have leaders as seen in this context but merely short-sighted individuals who have not effected any positive change but have, so far, acted out of selfish interest without care or interest to the masses whom they govern.   [...]

Leadership in Nigeria so far 2018-05-25T00:27:43+00:00

Financing Africa’s Sustainable Development


BACKGROUND On September 25, 2015, the 193 member countries of the United Nations adopted a set of 17 Global Goals which they believe will drive the complete transformation as well as the sustained development of our beloved Planet by the year 2030. These 17 Global goals were termed: Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and were modeled to address each of the major problems affecting every nation of the world without consideration to their level of development i.e. developed, developing and underdeveloped nations alike. Soon enough, every region and continent taking the SDGs as a blueprint began implementing policies to fast-track [...]

Financing Africa’s Sustainable Development 2018-08-15T01:12:37+00:00