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We-Care Foundation is a CSAAEINC inspired project. The foundation has its target audience being the kids on the street. Like the name, the foundation aims at showing the street kids that unlike what is believed, the society cares for them. We-Care foundation is simply being a middleman between the society and the kids on the street, to provide their needs.

Presently, while the foundation still gains grounds, it intends to hold numerous outreaches to the street kids in Nigeria, beginning from Calabar. During the outreaches, food, clothes, toiletries etc would be shared.

In the long run, the foundation intends to provide education, shelter for the kids and also medical checkups and skill acquisition programs.


Sport is a veritable tool for driving economic development in Africa and it has the element of unifying the spirit of brotherhood and sportsmanship among African nations and the world in general. The Nigerian sports sector has over the years been underfinanced and underdeveloped which has caused decline in its revenue and the southward trend of human capacity development. When the sector is developed, it has potentials of enriching both the country’s purse and sustainable human growth and development.


  • To show the street kids they are genuinely care for.
  • To provide the basic necessities of life for less privileged kids.
  • To rid the street of street kids.
  • To ensure that every child has good education, balanced diet, a source of income and hope for tomorrow.


About Me:

I’m Mary-jayne Alfred Ebri. An indigene of Yakurr local government in Cross River State, Nigeria. I’m a 300 level student of Radiography and Radiological science, University of Calabar, Calabar. And I believe everyone deserves to live a comfortable life.

Work Done:

So far, the foundation is at it’s maiden age. We’ve been able to gather most of the materials needed for the outreach coming up next month.

Next Step:

The foundation holds her first outreach next month, April 2018, in Calabar, Cross River State.