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Victims Support Fund

4 Jun 2021
Borno State Government is working tirelessly to complete 3,500 houses in six communities to resettle refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs).
23 May 2021
Relief has come the way of the widows and families of the seven Air Force officers who died in a plane crash on February 21, 2021 as they received N7m donation from the Victims Support Fund (VSF) Task Force on COVID-19.
27 Mar 2021
Wife of Edo State Governor, Mrs. Betsy Obaseki, yesterday, commissioned a borehole and other COVID-19 prevention facilities donated to three secondary schools in the state by the Victims Support Fund (VSF), a non-government organisation funded by Gen. Theophilus Y. Danjuma.
23 Dec 2019
Over 3,000 households have been empowered with agricultural inputs for 2019/20 dry season farming in the Northeast. The Victims Support Fund (VSF) distributed the inputs
6 May 2019
The Victims Support Fund (VSF) has planned to upgrade economic empowerment scheme for the 12,000 women affected by Boko Haram insurgency in Borno State. VSF’s Executive Director, Prof. Sunday Ochoche, disclosed this at the weekend in Maiduguri while briefing journalists on how women could be economically empowered in post-insurgency period. The scheme’s upgrade, according to…
29 Apr 2019
Victims Support Fund (VSF) has commissioned the Bulumkutu Rehabilitation Centre (BRC) to counsel and integrate 1,300 de-radicalised Boko Haram inmates in Borno. The N130 million renovated centre has facilities for the comfort of the inmates and other victims that will use it. Inaugurating the training and trauma centre on Friday in Maiduguri, the executive director…
14 Apr 2019
Dr Sunday Ochoche, the Executive Director, Victims Support Fund (VSF) said that no fewer than 12,000 victims of Boko Haram insurgency benefited from its medical support programme.
13 Dec 2018
Victims Support Fund (VSF), a foundation to assist those affected by Boko Haram insurgency, yesterday disclosed that it has spent about N12 billion on rehabilitation in the North East zone.
29 Nov 2018
Chairman of Victims Support Fund (VSF), a presidential committee on rebuilding insurgents-ravaged areas in North-East, Lt.-Gen. Theophilus Danjuma (rtd), has warned teachers and school managers in the region against diverting schools’ learning materials donated by his committee. Danjuma, who spoke yesterday in Gaya-Faya Village in Hong Local Council of Adamawa State during the flag-off of…
10 Feb 2018
The Victims Support Fund (VSF) is claiming it has spent over N1.5 billion on reconstruction of destroyed schools, provision of learning materials and furniture for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPS) in the northeast region. Speaking yesterday in Yola during the commissioning of 12 waterproof tent-classrooms in the Education Must Continue (EMC) IDP school located in Sangere,…
8 Oct 2017
The Victims Support Fund (VSF) has given N4 million and 800 livestock to 200 households of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Yobe.
5 Nov 2016
The Executive Director of Victims Support Fund (VSF), Prof Sunday Ocheche, has disclosed that the sum of N120 million has been earmarked to support 7,000 widows and other vulnerable women...


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