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IFC and Nigeria’s LAPO Partner to Expand Microfinance Lending in Sub-Saharan Africa Lagos, Nigeria, April 28, 2021— To help expand banking services to low-income populations in sub-Saharan Africa, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) today announced a partnership with the Lift Above Poverty Organization (LAPO), which is seeking to expand its microfinance business to some of Read More

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‘Nutrition key to ending child, maternal mortality’   Nutrition is key to Nigeria ending child and maternal mortality, a Non-Governmental Organisation, the Lift Above Poverty Organisation (LAPO), has said. Its Executive Director, Honestus Obadiora, stated this while speaking at the 2021 International School Meals Day (ISMD) organised by LAPO in Lagos. Obadiora said the theme Read More

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NGO seeks proper nutrition for Nigerian children   By Esther Onyegbula A Non-Governmental Organisation, Lift Above Poverty Organisation, (LAPO), has called for concerted efforts to ensure proper nutrition for Nigerian children in order to protect their overall well-being. Mr Honestus Obadiora, Executive Director, LAPO made the call while speaking at the 2021 International School Meals Read More

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Int’l Women’s Day: LAPO gives out N0.9m to women for contributing to growth, development of Nigeria As part of activities to commemorate 2021, International Women’s Day, the Lift Above Poverty Organization (LAPO) doled out N0.9 million to three women for their outstanding contributions to professional, agriculture and business sectors in the country. The three awardees Read More

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Organisation Urges Recognition Of Women’s Contributions To Nation Building         The Lift Above Poverty Organisation (LAPO) Group, has called for the continued recognition of the achievements of women to societal development. Dr Osarenren Emokpae, Chairman, Board of Directors, LAPO, made the call during the 9th edition of the organisation’s Outstanding Women Leadership Read More

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LAPO Sensitises 83.4 Million Nigerians Against Cancers, Empowers 1.2 Million Persons BENIN  – Lift Above Poverty Organisation (LAPO) yesterday stated that it has sensitised 83,405,597 target community members against cancer, screened 38,595 persons, and referred 26,215 for further screening and treatment in government-approved health facilities with four years.  The organisation has also created massive awareness Read More

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Food Security: How LAPO Disbursed N12.2bn To 152,446 Rural Farmers BENIN  – Lift Above Poverty Organisation (LAPO), disbursed over N12.2 billion to 152,446 rural farmers in 2020, under the Organisation’s Rural Development Initiative (LARDI) to improve national food security  Dr. Godwin Ehigiamusoe, LAPO’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), who made the disclosure at LAPO annual Outstanding Read More

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LAPO Sensitizes 83.4 Million Nigerians Against Cancer In Four Years Benin- Lift Above Poverty Organization (LAPO) says it has sensitized 83,405,597 target community members against cancer, screened 38,595 persons and referred 26,215 for further screening and treatment in government-approved health facilities within four years. The organization has also created massive awareness about cancer in over Read More

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Int’l Women’s Day: LAPO holds Outstanding Women Leadership Award in Benin All is now set for this year’s edition of the LAPO Outstanding Women Leadership Award (LOWLA), instituted by Lift Above Poverty Organization (LAPO), to commemorate International Women’s Day (IWD). It event will hold on Monday, March 8, 2021, at the LAPO Institute, Benin City, Read More

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Organisation urges recognition of Women’s contributions to nation building The Lift Above Poverty Organisation (LAPO) Group, has called for the continued recognition of the achievements of women to societal development. Dr Osarenren Emokpae, Chairman, Board of Directors, LAPO, made the call during the 9th edition of the organisation’s Outstanding Women Leadership Award held in Benin. Read More

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