Impact of Philanthropic Activities on the Socio Economic Well Being of Poor Nigerians. A study of Obi Cubana’s Organization
Poverty, according to this study and using Nigerian context, is a violation of human dignity since it denies essential requirements and opportunities. It signifies a basic incapacity to make a meaningful contribution to society. It entails not being able to feed and clothe a family, not having access to a school or clinic, not having land on which to produce food or a job to support oneself, or not being able to receive credit from instituted authorities; It indicates a person’s vulnerability to violence, as well as living in a marginal or vulnerable environment with inadequate access to safe drinking water and hygiene.
In Nigeria, widespread and severe poverty is a reality. It’s a stark reality that reveals a scarcity of food, clothes, education, and healthcare as pointed out above.
The issues of poverty in Nigeria has necessitated non-government organizations, charity organizations and philanthropic activities within the country and elsewhere in other to contribute their quotas in taming the issues to its barest minimum.
Here in this study, the researchers intend to use Obi Cubana’s Philantropic activities as a case study. Obi Cubana in recent time has become a household name in Nigeria and across Africa due to his various philanthropic activities especially. The main thrust for conducting this empirical research is to find out the significant relationship between Obi Cubana’s Philantropic activities and the socio-economic impact on the livelihood of average Nigerian .
The targeted population of this study will cut across groups, age, sex, occupations, class, et cetera. As such, a careful measure will be taken thereby ensuring a fair representation of the entire population. The area of the study are ; Anambra, Imo, Enugu and Lagos state.
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