About Us

About Us

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No Hunger Food Bank is a non-profit, nutrition focused system which is committed to fighting and eradicating hunger, providing assistance for malnourished children, less privileged, nursing mothers and pregnant women reducing food waste, and solving the problem of malnutrition through targeted programmes that seek to improve the nutrition/food intake of the less privilege and vulnerable.


Our Mission

To feed the hungry by engaging our communities and food value chain actors in the fight to eradicate hunger. In addition, to inspire, empower and support the populace to achieve hunger-free communities.

Our Vision

We envision Nigeria, Africa and the whole world as a place where no one goes hungry and anyone in need has a place to turn.

Our Values

Nutrition: The most economically poor are also the most nutritionally poor. We aim to provide healthy meals, nutrition focused food items to individuals and families in need. 
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Our Causes

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Raise Fund for internally displaced persons (IDPs)

There are 740 children living at the internally displaced persons (IDP) camp, Durumi, Abuja, Nigeria. No hunger Food Bank exists to ensure that no one in the IDP Camp will go hungry.

Education for Poor Children

All children, no matter where they live or what their circumstances, have the right to quality education. One in every five of the world’s out-of-school children is in Nigeria. Even though primary education is officially free and compulsory, about 10.5 million of the country’s children aged 5-14 years are not in school. Only 61 percent of 6-11 year-olds regularly attend primary school and only 35.6 percent of children aged 36-59 months receive early childhood education. In Nigeria, about 10.5 million children are not in school.

Promoting The Rights of Children to nutrition

According to the United Nations Children's Fund, child hunger in Nigeria is declining by about 3 percent per year. But the rate of severe acute malnutrition, the technical term for starvation, remains unchanged. ... children's agency says 2½ million Nigerian children are starving and only about 20 percent of them get help. An estimated 2 million children in Nigeria suffer from severe acute malnutrition (SAM), but only two out of every 10 children affected are currently reached with treatment. Seven percent of women of childbearing age also suffer from acute malnutrition. Nigeria is one of many food-deficient countries in Africa, and its alarming hunger statistics are tied with high levels of conflict that have plagued the region surrounding Nigeria for years. A food crisis such as Nigeria's causes distressing levels of stunting in children and is correlated with high rates of poverty.
What We Do?

We’re On A Mission To Solve
The Problems

To feed the hungry by engaging our communities

Fighting and Eradicating Hunger

Global poverty and hunger are issues that affect all of us. Almost a billion people live on less than $1 a day and approximately half of the world population.

Providing Assistance

#NoHungerFoodBank provides assistance for malnourished children, less privileged, nursing mothers and pregnant women through Fast and flexible mobile pantry Programmes etc.

Reducing Food Waste

Food waste is a bigger problem than many people realize. Nearly one-third of all food produced in the world is discarded or wasted for various reasons. That equates to nearly 1.3 billion tons every year.

Solving Malnutrition Problem

In other words, malnutrition refers to deficiencies, excesses or imbalances in a person’s intake of energy and/or nutrients. At NoHungerFoodBank is on a mission to end malnutrition in any form.

Meet Our Team

Our Volunteer


Gbadebo Odularu

Chief Strategist and Editor-in-Chief

Mrs Kumdet, Longdi Yilkon

Food Facilitation Lead

Akinseye Olatokunbo Aluko

Education and Logistics Lead.
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