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Welcome to Save & Nurture Child Care Foundation!

Save & Nurture Child Care Foundation (SNCC) have a passion to discover, nurture and mentor a girl child, young women and help the less privileged children in Africa. We are one of the uprising advocate for children with special needs and other developmental disabilities with a growing presence in Nigeria and other commonwealth countries. We believe that nurturing and caring for children are the cornerstones of human progress. The foundation was created with this purpose to work with others to overcome the obstacles that poverty, hunger, malnutrition, violence, disease, developmental disabilities and discrimination place in a child’s path.

International Day of the Girl 2020

"My voice, our equal future."

Another celebration of International day of the Girl. Every year on 11 October, the International Day of the Girl, SNCC launches an annual campaign with girls to amplify their voices and stand up for their rights. This year, under the theme, “My voice, our equal future”, it is an opportunity to WORK TOGETHER on a better world inspired by adolescent girls – Be Inspired and energized, recognized, counted and invested in.

Let Your Voice Counts!

Ways to get involved

  • Share stories of inspiring adolescent girls who are developing innovative solutions or leading efforts towards positive social change, including gender equality, in their communities and nations. Let’s amplify their leadership, actions and impact to inspire others. 
  • Participate in a youth-led digital activation launching on International Day of the Girl. Young people across the world are developing a digital activism campaign, aiming to raise the diversity of girls’ voices and their vision for a reimagined future. 

Online Protest Against Rape

The Online Protest Against Rape in Nigeria with the SNCC Ambassadors is ongoing, #RapeStopsHere movement. On the protest page, participants are to post their story or their protest, therefore, donating their voices to say "RAPE STOPS HERE" with hashtag #rapestopshere

Safety Tips on COVID-19

SNCC is proud of the bravery of SNCC teen ambassadors during this global event that is highly affecting the lives of people all over the world as two of our teen ambassador, Tala Hamdan and Zaid Hamdan, under the supervision of the SNCC Jordan coordinator, Wesam Altali spoke up on behalf of other teen ambassadors globally to give tips on how to effectively avoid being infected by the COVID-19. These teens advise that we should avoid shaking hands during this global event, avoid touching our eyes, nose, and mouth. And ultimately, stay at home or keep social distancing.

  • Additionally, we would like to add that, you should sanitize your environment, your home, and your hands regularly.
  • Always take a steam bath regularly, steam your nose, and face regularly.
  • According to UNICEF, there are more facts about the Corona Virus (COVID-19). One of it is, Coronavirus is large in size where the cell diameter is 400-500 micro and for this reason, any mask prevents its entry. The virus does not settle in the air but is grounded, so it is not transmitted by air. Coronavirus, when it falls on a metal surface will live 12 hours, so washing hands with soap and water well enough.
  • When the virus falls on the fabric, it remains there for 9 hours, so washing clothes or being exposed to the sun for two hours meets the purpose of killing them.
  • The virus lives on the hands for 10 minutes, so putting an alcohol sterilizer at intervals meets the purpose of prevention.
  • If the virus is exposed to a temperature of 26-27°C, it will be killed, as it does not live in hot regions.
  • Also drinking hot water, lime, ginger and garlic mixture in hot water helps to boost your immunity.
  • And, stay away from ice cream and cold food to avoid exposure to the virus or when affected with the Virus. So, gurgle your mouth with warm and saltwater kills the tonsils' germs and prevents them from leaking into the lungs.

Adherence to these instructions fulfills the purpose of preventing viruses. For more info, visit our Instagram page on SAVINGACHILD

Please spread the awareness and not the VIRUS!

Change Makers Summit/Workshops

The highlights of the presentation at the changemakers summit and awareness worKshops.The first Change Makers Summit- Effective Change Makers was hosted by the founder of SNCC, co- hosted by Shaima Nasser, the country coordinator of Yemen and Sehar Naz Janani, the country coordinator of Kyrgyzstan, attended by 5 other country coordinators and ambassadors in October. The November Changemakers Summit- Advocacy for the End of Child Marriage was hosted by the founder of SNCC, co- hosted by the country coordinator of Kyrgyzstan, Sehar Naz Janani, the country coordinator of Sudan, Hajer Khalid and attended by other advocates and country coordinators from Yemen, Jordan, Nigeria, Gambia and SERAC- Banglandesh.


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Outstanding Ambassador forJanuary/February 2020

The outstanding ambassador of change for the month of Jan/Feb 2020 is WESAM ALTALI. Wesam is the country coordinator of Jordan and an advocate of change who works very hard to end sexual harassment of children and young women, especially disabled children and disabled young women in her country. SNCC recognize the advocacy activities of this change maker. Currently, Wesam is building teen ambassadors of change that will also educate their peers on how to protect themselves from abuse and their basic rights. Engaging in capacity building of these teen ambassadors adds a great value to Wesam's change making activities. Wesam conducts sensitization and training on children's rights, therefore educating these children and teen ambassadors on how to protect themselves from abuse and unique ways to be a change maker in their community.