Age Nigeria Foundation Sets Ambitious Targets for 2024, Acknowledges Significant Achievements in 2023

In a heartfelt New Year message, reports that Mrs. Oluwayemisi Oluwole, the founder of Age Nigeria Foundation, extended warm wishes to existing and potential donors, emphasizing the promise of a year filled with tremendous success, prosperity, and the fulfillment of heart desires for all.

Mrs. Oluwayemisi Oluwole

As the foundation welcomed the year 2024, Mrs. Oluwole highlighted the significant strides made in December 2023, proudly attributing the progress to the support received from donors. While acknowledging an ambitious goal, she expressed a strong belief in making a meaningful impact and achieving crucial milestones in the mission to address extreme food insecurity and malnutrition among older people and vulnerable groups.

Despite achieving 20% of the set target for 2023, Mrs. Oluwole emphasized the positive outcome as a noteworthy accomplishment, surpassing the foundation’s 2022 performance and aligning with international standards for saving lives.

Looking ahead, the Age Nigeria Foundation’s dedicated team aims to enhance and expand its lifesaving food bank initiative. The focus is on reaching more underserved individuals, including older persons, children, single mothers, and people with disabilities. The foundation also pledges to respond more effectively to cases of extreme hunger and emergencies in society. Mrs. Oluwole reiterated her commitment to being ambitious and fostering collaboration with donors to surpass the set target for 2024.


Underscoring the collective effort needed to combat hunger in Nigeria, Mrs. Oluwole urged for continued support from donors. The foundation believes in the potential to end hunger in the country and emphasizes the abundance of required resources, farmlands, and personnel.

Mrs. Oluwole expressed the foundation’s commitment to taking calculated steps to close funding and infrastructure gaps, aiming to achieve the target of ending hunger for everyone in older age. The ultimate vision is to create a world where all generations flourish in old age and in the future.

Mrs. Oluwole extended heartfelt gratitude to donors for their generosity and loyalty to the Age Nigeria Foundation’s food bank programs. The foundation looks forward to a year of impactful initiatives, working towards a hunger-free future for everyone in older age.

Kaka Babatunde

Kaka Babatunde

Kaka Babatunde is a budding academic researcher and media enthusiast whose experience germinated in high school, attaining the Press Club presidency. As an iconic field reporter for 3 years, he is a writer, serial volunteer, and community cum youth development champion whose collaborative efforts have immensely contributed to nation-building in Epe LGA, Lagos, and Nigeria at large.

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