My name is Anajuba Chinazom Helma. I was born and raised in Enugu, Nigeria. My first university degree is in Accounting, but I am someone who has a passion for humanitarian service.
I initially joined (URC Nigeria) American NGO as a volunteer. Later, I was confirmed as a permanent staff because of my commitment and dedication to serve the most vulnerable among us.
In my work assignments, I served as a home-based care program officer, HIV/AIDS program officer, and orphan and vulnerable children (OVC) program officer. I also served as HAF 2 project manager of a World Bank-supported project, which was completed satisfactorily on time. I do all aspects of projects from conception to execution, such as coordination and implementation of medical outreaches. As a project manager, I carry out projects according to the NGO budget and work plans. As a result of these experiences, I have gained a unique set of skills in the field.
I joined Kings Care Empowerment Foundation because of their dedication to serve the most vulnerable, especially women and children. Their accountability policies ensure that all funds donated are used for intended purposes. I am grateful to be part of an organization that strives to be the voice for the most vulnerable in our midst.