Wednesday, March 7, 2012



Win special prizes plus one month tuition for your kid at Big Success Education Center.
To enter this promotion you must ENROLL your child to our school.

We have assorted gifts, carefully selected for the lucky winners.
We will award the winner a one month free tuition and a consolation prize for the 2 – 5th position.
Additional information on How to enroll your Child into BSEC Program:
Register your child at our school to win. 
About BSEC: BSEC is a small quality private American standard international school. We offer adult education, conversation, English grammar, writing and spelling efficiency, we provide services for daycare, English kindergarten/Pre-school and Grade-1-6.
BSEC PROGRAM is a FREE motivation program for children in grades K-1 to Grade 6....
Additional gifts for kids who tell us about books they've read, and earn points and prizes for their literacy successes. ...

This educational incentive program was founded to give your kids a chance to win and study in high quality standard school such as BSEC. 

The BSEC program provides kids with an opportunity to earn real prizes. Kids will need to register before they can participate in this program...
Registrations are open from 8.30am to 11am/ MON-FRI. We have an intermission from 12pm until 1pm for lunch then BSEC registration will recommence until 6.30pm.


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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Support IIMAC Nonprofit Our partner NGO

 Greetings Dear friend,
 We are happy to have you visit our website while you are at it why not visit our partner NGO IIMAC nonprofit as we are working together to teach the less privilege children . Become a fan on  facebook  add IIMAC on Twitter, or just leave a comment here if you like what we do. For more information click here.
We are also seeking for volunteers to help us teach the kids Click here for more info..

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Why volunteer for us?

You teach , they learn ...
Our partner NGO

Volunteering abroad is a life-changing experience. You share your enthusiasm, time, skills, and energy and give of yourself in a way that allows you to effect positive change.

Making a difference can also mean sharing specific knowledge, skills, and experience you may have. But the experience extends far beyond hands-on service with many opportunities for cultural exchange and personal transformation. And the impact of your service can last a lifetime, for you and the community you served.

If you have an interest in volunteering and learning about another culture, you can be of service. Making a difference can be as simple as sharing love and affection.

Make the right decision join us and lets give these kids a brighter future!

    Prospective volunteers are surprised to learn that many programs charge their volunteers a fee to participate. At first, this can seem ridiculous —Why should you pay money to work for free? Aren't you already forgoing income you could be making? Here are a few things to keep in mind while trying to understand why the vast majority of programs charge international volunteers a fee:
    • The local organizations and projects with which you volunteer overseas have limited resources and are seldom able to subsidize your trip or cover the costs of hosting you. (These costs include housing, feeding and transporting you, among numerous other things.) 
    • Identifying appropriate host organizations overseas and working with them is time-consuming, takes resources, and requires an experienced and professional staff.
    • The process of preparing, training, transporting, housing, feeding, and supervising volunteers is not cheap. Additional services such as health care, re-entry assistance, travel medical insurance, and more, all add to the expenses of a program.
    • The costs of recruiting volunteers, producing literature, answering the phones, sending mailings, developing a website, and interviewing potential volunteers are significant.
    We charge very little amount of money to provide you with the best volunteering program in Africa and Asia with our partner NGO.

    Do not hesitate to do good join us let's care for the poor together....

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Do You Know We Have A free?

Log in to your facebook account and join our growing group .... Memebers are real people with real feelings so they are a bit shy . Are you the bold one? ; perfect we need you to bring them out of their shells....

Bear in mind they are real and  should you ...
Our mission involves creating a group that can be a safe gathering place for the broken heart people, to come and experience the grace and forgiveness of God. Broken Heart Christian Family is for those who wish to find healing for the things that have hurt and wounded their souls. Especially those who are in terrible shapes that seeks for where they can belong and those who question their belief due to series of failures. We help to nurture and encourage our member’s faith by the grace of the one true God and in Jesus Christ our savior.

How we work.
We gather in prayers at our homes and locations to intercede for our members in prayer and donation when necessary and by so doing we deposit the Seed of Hope and healing through our lord Jesus Christ.
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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Micheal Obama Let's Move in Africa. IIMAC & WCG101 empowerment project includes health and nutrition plan at school

Micheal Campaign on healthy food in schools, while in some Poor Countries No Food at all!

Her first lady Micheal Obama

The First Lady Micheal Obama, initiated a better plan for future generations healthy food in America But the majority of  the children attending public schools in Africa still remain under-nutrition,  if only we will have enough food for our children who often go to school empty stomach. We support the Micheal's Initiative 100% and that's why we have created our empowerment project for the poor children in Africa/Asia

Micheal Campaign
Let’s Move! is a comprehensive initiative, launched by the First Lady, dedicated to solving the problem of obesity within a generation, so that children born today will grow up healthier and able to pursue their dreams.
the First Lady’s Let’s Move! initiative:
  1. Creating a healthy start for children
  2. Empowering parents and caregivers
  3. Providing healthy food in schools
  4. Improving access to healthy, affordable foods
  5. Increasing physical activity
Let's move now in  schools
Chating with a kid in school
IIMAC & WCG101 Campaign
Lets give to the poor and educate them with full stomach!

 To create a pave-way for mother and child, good health for child and self reliant for the mother 

To ensure every child benefits from our free education project

To assist in developing and encouraging parents with skills to join our movement to ensure a greater impact and sustainability is achieved

To promote healthy and nutrition in public schools including private

To introduce various courses and programs about safe and healthy choices of life.

To promote healthy water and food at schools

IIMAC children at school after a healthy Lunch.

Lets give to the poor and educate them with full stomach!

Majority of public schools in Nigeria don’t give children healthy food , thereby inducing malnutrition, now posing a serious threat to education, particularly in developing countries, including Nigeria. Malnutrition causes poor growth in children, leading to impaired mental development, poor scholastic and intellectual development.

A report by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), describes these effects as the most serious long-term results of malnutrition.

Although several organizations worldwide, governmental and private, have made efforts to combat and stop malnutrition, not much have been achieved in this direction.

Malnutrition is caused by a deficiency in the intake of nutrients by the cells of the body. A combination of two factors can be responsible.

These are: (i) insufficient intake of proteins, calories, vitamins, and minerals, (ii) frequent infections. Sickness like measles, malaria, diarrhea (frequent stooling) and respiratory disorder cause loss of nutrients in the body. 

They reduce appetite and food intake, contributing invariably to malnutrition.

Children suffer malnutrition most because they are in a period of rapid growth that increases the demand for calories and proteins.

UNICEF said that a deficiency of vitamin A affects over 100 million small children in the world and causes blindness. It also weakens the immune system, making them vulnerable to infections. For children who survive malnutrition, the consequences can follow into adulthood.

"The depletion of human intelligence on such a scale - for reasons that are almost entirely preventable is a profligate, even criminal, waste," UNICEF stated.

It added that, "more than 3/4 (three quarters) of all the malnutrition-aided deaths are linked not to severe malnutrition but to mild and moderate forms."

UNICEF submitted in the state of the world’s children thus. "It is implicated in more than half of all child deaths worldwide-a proportion unmatched by any infectious disease since the Black Death. Yet, it is not an infectious disease. It ravages extend to the millions of survivors who are left crippled, chronically vulnerable to illness, and intellectually disabled. It imperils women, families and, ultimately the viability of whole societies." Malnutrition is linked to a variety of illnesses - from under-nourishment as a result of lack of one or more nutrient - such as Vitamin and mineral deficiencies to obesity and other diet-related diseases. Regarded as by far the most lethal form of malnutrition is Protein - Energy Malnutrition (PEM).

The World Health Organization called PEM "the silent emergency" whose major victims are children of school age. It declared that PEM "is an accomplice in at least half of the 10.4 million child deaths each year."

Furthermore, malnutrition is said to cast long shadows, affecting close to 800 million people - 20% of all people in the developing countries. In other words, 1 out of every 8 people in the world suffers from malnutrition.

Ordinarily, malnutrition is the lack of food. But at the centre of it all is poverty, which affects about 80% of Nigerian population, weakening productivity and capacity of children to learn properly in school.

In 2004 -Vanguard Education Weekly investigation showed that, the Lagos state government attempted to tackle malnutrition among school children, when it launched a plan to provide free meal for pupils of less-privileged parents who do not enjoy balanced meals in their homes.

The government said it allocated N1 billion for its free meal programme in all its 913 primary schools. It was part of the school health scheme meant to enhance the nutritional intakes of pupils. The first phase (pilot stage) was to begin with primary one, while pupils of the other classes would follow as government expected assistance from international organizations like, UNICEF and other donor agencies which had shown interest in the scheme.

But the programme seemed not to have taken off the ground, as malnutrition wreaks havoc in the school system. Most children attend classes with empty stomach, leaving their homes with little or no food. The proposed free mid-day meal would have been the saving grace for these undernourished children.

While the Nigerian government has not shown concern for the nutrition of school children in this country, the situation in neighbouring Ghana can be instructive.

The Ghanaian government has just announced a five-year plan to reduce hunger and malnutrition among pupils in schools across that country. An amount of $347.4 million (three hundred and forty-seven million, four hundred thousand dollars) have been earmarked for the programme; which will be in pilot phases. Children will be given one balanced meal a day for five days.

By this, short-term hunger and malnutrition among children will be reduced.

Except in Nigeria, in many other countries, government and private organisations have initiated food supplementation schemes for school children.Communities can help in stemming the devastating tide of malnutrition by providing mid-day meals in schools, provide nutritional education programmes and safe drinking water supply.Malnutrition has been identified as a big problem afflicting developing nations, especially school children from poor homes.

According to UNICEF, "a lack of access to good education and correct information is also a cause of malnutrition," adding: "Without information strategies and better and more accessible education programmes, the awareness, skills and behaviours needed to combat malnutrition cannot be developed."

Lack of food reduces, in turn, a person’s health and ability to get a better education.

While it has been agreed that there is more than enough food for all, the problem is that food is neither produced nor distributed equitably.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) pointed out that, "all too frequently, the poor in fertile developing countries stand by watching with empty hands - and empty stomachs - while ample harvests and bumper crops are exported for hard cash. Short-term profits for a few, long-term losses for many."

A recent study by the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) showed that the richest fifth of the people on the planet eat 45% of all the meat and fish, the poorest fifth get just 5%. As attested by Encyclopedia Britannica, "the provision of an adequate food supply and nutritional education to all people, however, remains a crucial problem.".

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Friday, September 2, 2011

Free education empowerment program.

           Free education empowerment program. Get involved..

 If you desire to contribute to our society, to help very poor people in little ways that you can, this offer is meant for you.  We understand that after working in big cities and room with working excellent facilities like AC and TV etc.. including computer and steady electricity is going to be a challenge to work in a community that lacks all of these facilities. But remember this challenge is for the benefit of our very poor deprived women and children who urgently need our assistance in education and otherwise, indeed this task is not an easy task at all, however it gives one the utmost feelings of satisfaction and great pride to be a part of some ones dream to become a doctor, nurse, teacher etc.. Most of the children are really smart some of them wish to grow up and become teachers so they can also impact in their communities. 

Our Mission
Our Mission is to establish a medium which will help us completely curb and eradicate illegal migration in women by education women on ways to survive in their home country thus playing a role in creating a stronger economy. Illegal Immigrant Mother And Child  is anchored with the United Nation Millennium Development Goal by promoting women rights, gender equality and empowering women who are poor illegal immigrant which will contribute to achieving all the other goals, from reducing poverty and hunger to saving children’s lives, improving maternal health of illegal women and children ,ensuring free education , combating illegal immigrant of  sex and drug traffickers victimization, and ensuring environmental sustainability by providing means of livelihood for the migrants including financial and skilled training support that will enable them go back home as established individuals.

Our Vision is to help fight for the rights of refugees and illegal immigrants women and children by providing assistance and by supporting them financially through skill training and education we hope to educate and encourage them against migrating illegally and we hope to rescue women and children who are in danger. IIMAC focus on providing jobs through training workshops and eventually help them go back home to establish a self sustainable life.

                                IIMAC Nonprofit Working in Partnership With Women Care Group101 Nonprofit

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Saturday, August 13, 2011


The goal of our research was to gain insight into the daily food and diets intakes and the Health benefits of people living in abject poverty. Women Care Group101 Non-Government Organizations' (WCG101 Nonprofit) has decided to raise an awareness and a special campaign to support her free education and feeding program. We have shared our opinions toward the value of healthy nutritional food for poor women therefore we are building an innovative food support program which will benefit the poor and achieve our support for the United Nation Millennium Goals for the poor.
Our focus it to develop and educate women about the benefits of certain foods which are cheap and affordable for the poor, and to further demonstrate the need to improve their livelihood by providing and equipping them with our special education/feeding program.

 A Solution to World Hunger?
Eating snails solve the problem of malnutrition in poor communities world wide especially in developing countries like Africa and Asia and other third world countries? Researchers are optimistic that these common mollusks could provide much needed nutrition to people living in developing countries where inexpensive sources of protein are hard to come by. According to a study published in the International Journal of Food Safety, Nutrition and Public Health snails may actually be superior to beef in terms of nutritional value, taste acceptability, and cost.

Is Eating Snails Nutritious?
Snails are surprisingly nutritious – high in protein and low in saturated fat. One ounce of snail has five grams of protein and is an excellent source of essential fatty acids. They’re also a good source of vitamin E, vitamin A, vitamin B12, vitamin K, magnesium, iron, and selenium.
Eating snails has been a culinary custom for thousands of years and is a delicacy in many Asian countries. In France cooked snails are referred to as escargot and served as a gourmet appetizer. To prepare them, the snails are removed from their shells, cooked, and placed back into shells along with garlic, hot butter, or sauce. They’re then eaten with a special snail fork.  

The Dangers of Eating Snails
Even if this sounds appealing, we also teach our women the the dangers of eating snails or slugs out of your own garden. In Australia, a man was diagnosed with a rare form of meningitis after eating two slugs from his garden. The man survived, but was unable to return to his normal activities for five months after this culinary experience gone awry. Snails and slugs can be infected with a parasite known as A. Cantonensis which can cause a rare form of meningitis called eosinophilic meningitis if ingested. We educate our women to make sure the snails are well boiled. Eating snails is healthy and appealing however we make sure we advice our women to make sure they’re well cooked even so every food we teach how to wash them properly with clean water more especially vegetables which is often the cause of some  virus out breaks which spread through unclean food.Maintaining an overall healthy diet not only offers your body the energy and nutrition that it needs to function, but offers several health benefits as well.Below is a list those foods that are the best for you body, and the health benefits that those foods provide.

Fruits and Vegetables
Health Benefits:
Eating a diet high in fruits and vegetables as an overall healthy diet may:
reduce risk for stroke and other cardiovascular diseases.
reduce risk for type 2 diabetes.
protect against certain cancers, such as mouth, stomach, and colon-rectum cancer.
reduce the risk of coronary artery disease.
help decrease bone loss and reduce the risk of developing kidney stones.

No fruits or vegetables have cholesterol, and most are naturally low in fat and calories.
Vegetables are a great source for potassium, dietary fiber, folic acid, vitamin A, vitamin E, and vitamin C.
Fruits are a great source for nutrients such as potassium, dietary fiber, vitamin C and folic acid.
Diets rich in potassium may help to maintain healthy blood pressure.
Dietary fiber helps reduce blood cholesterol levels and may lower risk of heart disease. Fiber is important for proper bowel function. Fiber-containing foods such as vegetables help provide a feeling of fullness with fewer calories.
Folic acid (folate) helps the body form red blood cells. Women of childbearing age who may become pregnant and those in the first trimester of pregnancy should consume adequate folic acid, including folic acid from fortified foods or supplements.
Vitamin A keeps eyes and skin healthy and helps to protect against infections.
Vitamin E helps protect vitamin A and essential fatty acids from cell oxidation.
Vitamin C helps heal cuts and wounds and keeps teeth and gums healthy.
Vitamin C also aids in iron absorption.

Whole Grains:
Grains, especially whole grains, provide several health benefits. Grains provide essential nutrients and helps reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases.

Health Benefits:
Eating a diet high in grains, especially whole grains, as an overall healthy diet may ...
help with weight management.
reduce constipation.
reduce the risk of coronary artery disease.

Grains provide many nutrients such as dietary fiber, B vitamins and minerals.
Dietary fiber may help reduce blood cholesterol levels and lower risk of heart disease.
B vitamins are essential for your metabolism by helping your body release energy from protein, fat and carbohydrates.
Folic acid helps the body form blood cells and is especially important for women of childbearing age who may become pregnant.
Magnesium from whole grains helps build bones and release energy from muscles.

Bone Protection:
French researchers found that a flavanoid called phloridzin that is found only in apples may protect post-menopausal women from osteoporosis and may also increase bone density. Boron, another ingredient in apples, also strengthens bones.

Asthma Help:
One recent study shows that children with asthma who drank apple juice on a daily basis suffered from less wheezing than children who drank apple juice only once per month. Another study showed that children born to women who eat a lot of apples during pregnancy have lower rates of asthma than children whose mothers ate few apples.

Diabetes Management:
The pectin in apples supplies galacturonic acid to the body which lowers the body's need for insulin and may help in the management of diabetes.

Breast Cancer Prevention:
Cornell University study found that rats who ate one apple per day reduced their risk of breast cancer by 17 percent. Rats fed three apples per day reduced their risk by 39 percent and those fed six apples per day reduced their risk by 44 percent.

Do you wish to help us?:
We hope to engage audience and people of special interest to help the needy through our video and daily news feeds online our phone lines are open for any special request and donation plans, we also encourage volunteers to join us if you have any question about this program please contact us.

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