Pastor(Mrs) Josephine Isreal-Jaja
Pastor (Mrs) Josephine Isreal-Jaja, hails from Opobo-Nkoro, happily married with three children.
She is the founder of Rhema Orphanage Home with a primary mission is redeeming the lives of orphans and widows in Nigeria. To do that, our main thrust is direct orphans care in children's homes. Every location houses orphans in dorms and include apartments for the widows who care for them.
To improve the quality of life of the disadvantaged and most vulnerable through education, poverty reduction, gender equality and to promote peace and justice.
Education is the Key
Pastor (Mrs) Josephine Isreal-Jaja believes education is the key to life, giving hope and freedom from poverty. Whether it is school fees for a vulnerable child, education of girls in human rights and life skills or educating women in health, food and economic security, education gives them hope and allows them to see their full potential. What we see is not only change in an individual life, but also in their families and community — preparing leaders for the world.
Widows Economic Empowerment
We do this through group savings and loan methodology - a community-managed micro-finance project that helps small groups within the community to save and access loans from personal group savings with no external funding. We also train women in selection, planning, and management of their income generating activities or business.