To see the most vulnerable individuals and communities live a healthy lifestyle and empowered to lift themselves out of extreme poverty.
To empower individuals and communities to take ownership in proffering sustainable solution to challenges in environment, improve their health and end extreme hunger.
SHF takes 6 approaches to reach its VISION. Education, Training, Advocacy, Sensitization, Mentorship & Intervention
SHF educate individuals and communities with practical approach to addressing community based challenges.
SHF provides training opportunity in community engagement and development and skill acquisition program to young people and middle ages.
SHF influence individuals and communities to offer support and advocate for the right of children and youths to good life.
SHF uses various sensitization strategies to raise awareness.
SHF provides a platform for practical mentoring opportunities for young and middle aged people for sustainability.
SHF takes actions to improve the lives of communities through its medical outreaches and the supplies of food items.
SHFin line with SDG 1, 2 & 10 is working to reduce poverty, end extreme hunger, and reduce inequality.
- To take people out of extreme hunger one person at a time
- To mobilize and provide support to indigent families in our communities.
- To train and empower them with sustainable livelihood through skills acquisition programs and sustainable agriculture
60% of related factors to individual health and quality of life are correlated to lifestyles (WHO). These lifestyles form unhealthy behaviour that has led to severity of chronic diseases and other morbidities. Millions of people follow an unhealthy lifestyle. Hence, they encounter illness, disability and even death. Problems like metabolic diseases, joint and skeletal problems, cardio-vascular diseases, hypertension, overweight, violence and so on, can be caused by an unhealthy lifestyle. The relationship of lifestyle and health should be highly considered.
- Increase knowledge about healthy behaviours for the community.
- Improve positive health behaviours and outcomes.
- Reduce the development and severity of chronic diseases and other morbidities.
- Influence modifiable risk behaviours
Access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) services is a global challenge, affecting millions of people especially in rural areas. Inadequate WASH infrastructure contributes to the spread of waterborne diseases, limits economic opportunities, and disproportionately affects vulnerable communities. Many communities in Kaduna Nigeria lack safe drinking water sources, proper sanitation facilities, and hygiene education.Lack of clean and portable drinking water has major effects on everyone but mostly affect the health and education of children and youths.
- Improved access to safe water
- Sanitation Infrastructure Development
- Hygiene Education and Behaviour Change.
The Shared Humanity Foundation (SHF) is a registered non-partisan, non-religious, non-profit, and non-governmental organization dedicated to addressing community-based challenges in environment, hygiene, and poverty.
Established in 2017, SHF has been steadfast in its mission to educate both rural and urban communities on vital issues such as climate change, health promotion, disease prevention, WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene), child abuse prevention, participatory development, and social intervention.
Through our tireless efforts, we have positively impacted the lives of over 2000 individuals and benefited 5 communities through our social interventions (SHF Food Bank), environmental community engagement, and medical outreaches.
Notably, our commitment extends beyond awareness and outreach. We are proud to share our success in addressing extreme poverty through our Food Bank Initiative. By providing essential sustenance to those in need, we are making significant strides toward ending extreme poverty, one meal at a time and working toward providing sustainable livelihood.
At SHF, we firmly believe in the power of teamwork, where Together Everyone Achieves More. Together, we can make a lasting difference in the lives of those who need it most.
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WELCOME TO SHF
We are group of people who work to help helpless people through not only by money but by providing good education, foods and ideas. We are not enough to help countless people who are seeking attention and care. We welcome more volunteers in terms of helping the poor.
With funding supports from corporate organizations, individuals, families and friends, SHF has impacted over 2000 lives in 6 communities and 3 Schools in Kaduna and Plateau State of Nigeria.
Address: Barnawa, Kaduna State Nigeria