Pamela Iweze, the founder of the Pamela Iweze Kingdom Foundation PIKCF embarked on a media tour in preparation for celebrating the foundation’s five years of child advocacy and diabetes awareness in Nigeria later in the year. The tour was aimed at highlighting the foundation’s achievements over the past five years and raising awareness about the importance of child advocacy and diabetes prevention in Nigeria.
Since its inception in 2018, PIKCF has been dedicated to promoting the rights of children and raising awareness about diabetes in Nigeria. The foundation through the founder and her dedicated team has been actively involved in advocating for policies and programs that benefit children in Nigeria, such as access to education, healthcare, and basic needs. Additionally, the foundation has been committed to raising awareness about diabetes and its impact on individuals and communities.
During the media tour, recently at NTA 2 Channel 5 based in Victoria Island Lagos, Ms Pamela shared the foundation’s success stories, such as the number of children who have been helped through the foundation’s programs and the impact of the foundation’s advocacy efforts. Speaking at the NTA News at 7 pm anchored by Ruth Ayo Ariyo, She spoke about the challenges the foundation has had to face over the years and the steps it has taken to overcome them.