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The Foundation executed 61 projects in 2017 across its host communities. A total of N288,414,368.20 was spent. In the area of education the sum of 128,957,453.50 was spent. This includes the rehabilitation of dilapidated schools in Shagunu, Kuruwasa, Amfani, Mazhi etc. The sum of N45,887,937.50 was also spent towards the rehabilitation and equipping of health facilities and the treatment of persons within the catchment area. The sum of N23,906,435.50 spent on improving critical aspects of the environment. N821,839.00 was spent on other projects towards the benefit of the communities.

On the Communities, the Foundation spent a total of N288,414,368.20 for the benefit of BORGU, KONTAGORA,YAURI, BIDA/JEBBA Communities.

As part of its objectives, the Foundation sponsors 10 selected youths annually from the host communities to study at the National Power Training Institite of Nigeria (NAPTIN). This training is a Graduate Skill Development Programme for new Engineering Gradutes starting thier career in the power sector. A good number of the trainees are offered employment in MAINSTREAM ENERGY SOLUTIONS LIMITED after the training programme.

In April 2017, the Foundation conducted a three day medical outreach program in collaboration with the first lady of Niger State and Founder of Raise Foundation, Her Excellency, Dr. Amina Abubakar Bello in three communities (Amfani, Bgajibo and Rofia) in Niger State wherein more than one thousand indigenes of the state where screened and administered medication while seventy-four surgeries were carried out. Considering the Medical Outreach was a success, the Foundation has started discussions with teh First Lady of Kwara and Kebbi State respectively to collaborate and conduct medical outreach programs in their States.

The Foundation recently adopted Mazhi primary school for a period of 7 years with the approval of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Minna. The objective of adoption is to provide educational and ancillary facilities and infrastructure needed for learning to improve and instutionalize quality teaching standards and to increase the value of education within the community. The Foundation intends to consider adopting schools in other communities in the near future.