All our activities in Nigeria
The scenario of the country (it is the largest oil producer in Africa and the eighth exporter in the world) is characterized by the classic socio-economic contradictions of the African continent: on one hand a sea of oil, and on the other hand conditions of extreme ignorance and lack of hope for the future. According to the World Bank, corruption is the reason why 80% of the oil and gas revenues go to 1% of the population, while 70% of the 133 million Nigerians, divided into 250 ethnic groups, survive on less than a dollar per day.
DOKITA has been active in the country since 2003 by way of the support and assistance it provides to the "Blessed Luigi Maria Monti Community", which attends to the needs of children at risk in Enugu city and in the Enugu state of the Nigeria.
Projects in Nigeria
SAD (Remote Support)
children shelter (Enugu) (italian only)