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Indian NGO receives ICRED’s African Icon award

By Saxone Akhaine, Kaduna
27 September 2021   |   3:24 am
An Indian humanitarian Organisation, Hands4help Foundation, has received the 2021 African Icon Award for access to good education, quality healthcare and social welfare in Nigeria from the Institute for Commerce, Research and Enterprises Development (ICRED), at the weekend. Chairman of the NGO, Dr. Mahboob Khan, from Mewat region of Rajastan, received the award during the international…

An Indian humanitarian Organisation, Hands4help Foundation, has received the 2021 African Icon Award for access to good education, quality healthcare and social welfare in Nigeria from the Institute for Commerce, Research and Enterprises Development (ICRED), at the weekend.

Chairman of the NGO, Dr. Mahboob Khan, from Mewat region of Rajastan, received the award during the international conference in Nigeria.

ICRED Registrar, Dr. Ahmed Taiwo, stated that the NGO was honoured “in recognition of its humanitarian groundbreaking activities and innovative approach to addressing the many needs and opportunities surrounding access to good education, quality healthcare, social welfare and justice of the underprivileged communities, especially in Africa and many other countries across the globe.”