BOAAT women empowerment


A non-profit organization, Beulah Olufemi Ayanfe Adeoye Trust (BOAAT) on Thursday, 13th June, 2024 through Beulah Women Fund empowered nothing less than one hundred (100) women in various businesses.

The event which took place at Beulah House, Mokola had in attendance beneficiaries from different sectors.

Amofin Adeoye

According to the founder, Amofin Beulah Adeoye, the empowerment aimed to boost capital of the entrepreneurs and reduce economic hardship women are passing through that could lead to shutdown of their businesses.

BOAAT also organised Capacity Training and Engagement session for Beulah Women Fund beneficiaries of N100million. The training which delved into financial literacy to improve the understanding of beneficiaries economc realities and how to remain relevant in their various businesses. The session was handled by financial literacy expert.

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BOAAT women empowerment

Amofin Adeoye said the foundation remains committed to its mission anchored in uplifting and supporting the good people of Oyo State. The founder restated that it will be proactive and supportive of national objectives through reorientation and value creation.

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The foundation used the opportunity to assure all and sundry that it will roll out scholarships to students of tertiary institutions in Oyo State while teachers, civil servants, pensioners and vulnerable will receive support from the foundation.


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