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Fifty-two (52) women were screened for VVF and 22 VVF surgeries
were performed. This was in Kontagora in conjunction with Raise Foundation
and Sani Bello Foundation.

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Constructed clinic/community health center in
Faila village Shanga Local Govt. area of Kebbi state

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Reconstructed and rehabilitated Libata primary school
in Ngaski Local Govt. area of Kebbi state

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Reconstructed and rehabilitated Jagarba primary school
in Shanga Local Govt. area of Kebbi state

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Adopted Primary School

At Mazhi Village in Jebba Niger State

The Foundation has adopted and rehabilitated a public school in Mazhi community of Jebba in Niger State.The facility consists of three blocks of furnished classrooms, an internet-enabled computer laboratory, an air-conditioned administrative block, solar-powered borehole and a dedicated electricity transformer that serves the school and the community. It has engaged 11 young teachers to add to existing teachers






2018 projects

Total of 96 projects completed in 2018

The Foundation completed 96 projects in 4 different zones of it host communities. These zones are Jebba with 29 projects, Kainji 28 projects, Yauri 26 projects and Kontagora 13 projects. These projects are in the 4 key focus areas of the Foundation which include 52 projects in Education, 33 projects in Health and 11 projects in Community Empowerment. In addition sponsored 20 youths from the host communities to study at National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN) and 15 youths in skill acquisition programs.



Health Intervention

The Medical Outreach for 2018 was carried out at Malale, Kontagora, New Bussa and Gungawa communities in Niger State.

Once again, the Foundation in fulfilling its improved community health mandate conducted medical outreach. The outreach in Kontagora was carried out in conjunction with Raise Foundation and Sani Bello Foundation. Fifty-two (52 women were screened for VVF and 22 VVF surgeries were performed. In New Bussa 182 people were screened for cataract and 32 cataract surgeries were done. Overone 4000 community members with varying health challenges turned up to be examined and treated at Malale and Gungawa communities.


Who We are

The Foundation, established in 2016, is a section of Mainstream Energy Solutions Limited (MESL), concessionaire of Kainji and Jebba hydropower plants in Niger State. The Foundation aim's at coordinating the humanitarian intervention of the company through it Corporate Social Responsibility while the company focus on its core business of generating electricity.The Foundation is manned by a 7-member Board of Trustees.The Foundation is funded by 1% gross revenues from Mainstream Energy Solutions Limited.

Ideals of the Foundation

We strongly believe that being part of the communities and actively participating in the wellbeing of these communities is paramount as it gives us a number of long-term benefits which include allegiance, support and friendliness.This believe made the Foundation to focus on reaching the less reached people in our host communities.This aim at improving the people's health and wellbeing, lifting them out of poverty through our projects and programmes and, also in creating access and opportunities to quality education.

Objectives of the Foundation

The objective of the Foundation is to intervene in the areas of Education, Health, Environment and Community Empowerment.As part of its objectives, the Foundation Supply Seven (7) Cryotherapy Machines for treatment of Breast Cancer. The Cryotherapy machines will be given to various Hospitals which includes Mokwa Hospital, Kontagora General Hospital, Yauri Hospital, Warra Hospital, General Hospital New Bussa,SMC Bida Hospital and General Hospital, Minna.

  • In 2014, six(6) projects were executed, in 2015 twenty five (25), in 2016 thirty four (34), in 2017 sixty one (61) and Ninety Six (96) projects were executed in 2018. the Foundation will continue to support our immediate communities in the key intervention areas of Education, Health, Community Empowerment and Environment.

  • In 2014, six(6) projects were executed, in 2015 twenty five (25), in 2016 thirty four (34), in 2017 sixty one (61) and in 2018 Ninety Six (96). the Foundation will continue to support our immediate communities in the key intervention areas of Education, Health, Community Empowerment and Environment.