NGO To Provide 10 Entrepreneurs Seed Funding In Edo

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NGO to provide 10 entrepreneurs seed funding in Edo

Joyce Daniels

A Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), Joyce Daniels Organization, says it is providing 10 entrepreneurs seed funding in Ewu community, Esan Local Government, Edo State.

A statement issued by its founder, Joyce Daniels said the NGO would also be holding the third session of its signature programme, ‘Courage and Confidence’ on the 30th of July, 2021 to kick-start the activities of the third quarter of the year.

“She also unveiled the organization’s new logo whose colors and elements represent freshness, balance, making a positive impact on the lives of men and women.

“The Joyce Daniels Organization has through its programmes continued to build with its core focus areas in training and development, advocacy and empowerment birthing the courage and confidence webinar, the Titanium club and others,” she said.

According to her, participants at the courage and confidence webinar would expect to gain the ability to thrive beyond limitations, identify unconscious blocks that lack of courage or confidence had created in their lives, among others.

“This is a 3-hour webinar held on Zoom to teach participants how to thrive beyond limitations. In 3 hours, participants are taken through the Courage and Confidence pyramid to help them identify unconscious blocks that lack of courage or confidence has created in their lives.

“This sometimes leads to the inability to pursue dreams, to seek or receive love, to negotiate better terms and prices, the inability to insist on what you want, etc.

“Participants of previous sessions have attested to experiencing various degrees of freedom to live the lives they desire,” she added.

“She stated that ideas and organizations are born every day by innovators, change-makers, everyday persons who long to see a change, stressing that when the organization set out to leave an indelible mark in the history of Nigeria through a positive impact on the lives of men and women, it did not realize that it would be carving out more than an industry.

On the new logo, Daniels said:

“The elements represented the transformation work that the organization has done and would continue to do much more.


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