Nocomin Foundation

An important part of Nocomin's Aims & Objectives is;


"To undertake charitable works in the care and general welfare of the poor and the needy."




One objective of Nocomin is the qualitative education and positive development of the African child. This we have been doing as "Nocomin Foundation" via free lectures in ICT / Computer, and in the core subjects of English Language and Mathematics.


FLASHBACK





Tuesday, 14th February 2006

"We are pleased to inform that 13-year old Miss Oluwaseun Kusimo, a very bright Junior Secondary School Class 3 student of Abeokuta Grammar School, Abeokuta, Ogun State of Nigeria has emerged as a recipient of our scholarship. She has already been presented with some notebooks and her school fees, including fees for computer studies, parent-teachers' association and examinations, have been fully paid by us."


"Meanwhile, our scholarship student at Lisabi Grammar School, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Master Olalekan Matthew was promoted to Junior Secondary School Class 2, after passing his examinations. We are still fully responsible for all his fees including fees for computer studies, parent-teacher's association, examinations, school desk & chair, uniform, textbooks, notebooks etc.

We wish both Oluwaseun and Olalekan the best in their studies."

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Saturday, 18th November 2006

The following message is being posted here for the use of all, courtesy of The Songwriter Magazine (ISA), Ireland. Hopefully, it may turn out to be a life saver for the African child or his/her parent or guardian.

... The London Ambulance Service, particularly following the recent bombing tragedy, as well as many other services nationwide (UK), is trying to promote the "In Case Of Emergency (ICE)" Campaign. 

This was originally launched by East Anglian Ambulance Service with the support of Falklands war hero Simon Weston and in association with Vodafone's annual life savers award. 

The idea is that you store the word "I C E" in your mobile phone address book, and against it enter the number of the person you would want to be contacted "In Case of Emergency". 

In an emergency situation ambulance and hospital staff will then be able to quickly find out who your next of kin are and be able to contact them. 

For more than one contact name; ICE1, ICE2, ICE3 etc...

It's so simple that everyone can do it. We believe that this is a really wonderful idea. Anything to enhance the survival and well-being of the African child is alright by us, thank you!