DAQVAH HOLDS ITS FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING

By Chernor Muaz Bah As a way of fostering accountability and transparency to over one thousand five hundred (1,500) subscribers across eighteen countries, the foundation on a annual basis invites it membership to a meeting. The meeting is primarily to report on income generated, expenses undertaken and what key projects were implemented. In addition, variousContinue reading DAQVAH HOLDS ITS FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING

DAQVAH Charity foundation closes it annual activities with a Family Fun-Fair

  By Abdul Aziz As 2018 was coming to an end, the DAQVAH Charity Foundation organised a ground breaking Family Fun-Fair Event on Sunday the 30th December 2018.The event which was held at SLFA Football Academy featured the Assalam Brothers in their Album title the ‘Alphabets Of Life’ This album, according to the Assalam BrothersContinue reading DAQVAH Charity foundation closes it annual activities with a Family Fun-Fair

DAQVAH IMPLEMENTS RTU STREET FUNDRAISING & FRIDAY JUM’AH AT PZ

Officiating Jum’ahs at different Masjids (Mosques) across the country and visiting major roundabouts across the country are among some of the strategies used by the foundation to raise more awareness about the Reach The Unreachable With Just One Dollar ($1) Per Year Project. On Friday the 14th December 2018, in the morning hours, the foundationContinue reading DAQVAH IMPLEMENTS RTU STREET FUNDRAISING & FRIDAY JUM’AH AT PZ

DAQVAH HOLDS IT 3RD ANNUAL FUNDRAISING DINNER AND AWARDS

On the 4th of November 2018, DAQVAH Charity Foundation as part of its fundraising strategies held its 3rd Annual Fundraising Dinner and Awards at the Kpakpa Aberdeen Muslim Praying Grounds. This event hosted about 400 invitees who in one way or the other contributed towards the goal of the event. In an exclusive interview withContinue reading DAQVAH HOLDS IT 3RD ANNUAL FUNDRAISING DINNER AND AWARDS

DAQVAH FEED THE NEEDY PROJECT GOES NATIONAL

Providing relief aid to the needy and less privileged is one of the DAQVAH Charity Foundation’s primary areas of intervention. Feed the Needy (FTN) is an activity that falls under this area of intervention. On the 30th of September, DAQVAH undertook it’s ninth edition of FTN by providing breakfast for over one thousand (1,000) vulnerableContinue reading DAQVAH FEED THE NEEDY PROJECT GOES NATIONAL

Media & Communication Strategy Training

The RTU Communications Manager, Chernor Maju Bah was sent on a two-day Media and Communications Strategy Training, organised by NOMOLI MEDIA at the Action Aid Conference Hall. The training was aimed at strengthening Communication Departments of NGOs through empowering Communications Officers and Managers.   The RTU Communications Manager, through the training, acquired skills in writingContinue reading Media & Communication Strategy Training