I Care Project : Jci Premier pays visit to Juvenile Remand home and child care unit Ibadan

President and members of Junior Chamber international, the Premier chapter , Ibadan paid a visit to the Juvenile remand home and child care unit , Sango/poly road Ibadan as part of their " I CARE PROJECT" initiative.  Receiving the guests was Mrs Alasoadura who is the officer in charge of the juvenile / correctional institute . 
A brief tour round the facilities indicated many of the inmates were victims of circumstances, abandoned babies, rescued children, those with different deformities and thereby rejected by  their parents,  mentally deformed kids, physical handicapped and physically challenged children. Other children seen included those who are victims of divorce, rape, robbery attack, psychologically affected kids, disobedient children who are constantly defiant and rebellious, children with previous crime history sent in for correction. 
I Care Project : Jci Premier pays visit to Juvenile Remand home and child care unit Ibadan
Members of Jci Premier at the visit

It was observed that with the right care, education and love, these children can grow and become useful tools making much impact in the society. 
The visiting organisation  gave a brief speech to educate the staff and kids about the tenets of JCI, as a leadership and humanitarian organisation, they also donated materials and food stuffs including a bag of rice, tubers of yam, noodles  and other toiletries. 
The president, Fagbola Temitope called on members of the public to do more for the children in reaching out to them, giving them necessary educational tools, food and making them feel wanted. He commended the efforts of the staff of the institution for doing so much in spite of little resources. 

More pictures from the visit below: