A Nigerian Beauty Queen and Humanitarian, Queen Jennifer Ephraim is set to launch The Jennifer Ephraim's Foundation a non Governmental Organization that is focused on creating better hope and opportunities for underprivileged children and especially the Girlchild. 

According to the Organisers, the launch Jennifer Ephraim Foundation will be held alongside the unveiling of her new book titled "The Dilemma of the Nigeria Girl Child; Connubiality/Marriage Vs Literacy". The duo historic launch will be held on the 23rd of August 2021 at Ladi Kwali Conference Center, Sheraton Hotels, Abuja Nigeria.

The event of the Book Unveiling and Launch of Queen Jennifer Ephraim Foundation, will witness the outstanding presence of notable Personalities, distinguished individuals, stakeholders in the humanitarian industry and other significant Guests and invitees. According to the Organisers, the occasion is strictly by invitation, as whatever happens there remains there.

Over the Years, Queen Jennifer Ephraim has remained one of the few Beauty Queens making recognizable trademark impact in promoting humanity , thereby salvaging children and underprivileged persons from poverty, hardship and other socio-economic vices that have indeed challenged their survival.

Speaking with StatePress Correspondent, Queen Jennifer Ephraim maintained optimism in her visionary prospects to ensure that her mission of leveraging children and especially the girlchild from cruelty is achieved. She has however continued to frontline such philanthropic efforts, and with the unveiling of her Foundation, as well the launch of her new book, there is indeed a new proposed interventional blueprint for the Nigerian girlchild.



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