OLX Nigeria is sharing happiness and hope this Easter season by supporting the WeCare4IDPs Initiative.
The campaign is dedicated to raising funds to support Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), as part of their efforts to make a positive impact on Nigerians. The management and staff of OLX contributed N500, 000 to donate to the IDP camp. According to Public Relations and Communications Lead, Uche Nwagboso, OLX is a company that is passionate about improving the lives of people in the community in which its operates and as such iden tified the IDPs as a cause to support because of the far reaching impact on the country. “This Easter season is about giving hope to people who need it the most and as a team this is our little way of giving hope to the IDPs.
“OLX is currently running a campaign on social media tagged #OLXCares4IDP where members of the public are urged to support the IDPs through donations,” she appealed. WeCare4IDPs is a citizenship initiative which creates a platform for all Nigerians individuals and corporate bodies to be a part of the solution in matters concerning IDPs by raising funds to support them.
The WeCare4IDPs campaign is calling on 1 million Nigerians to donate at least N1, 000. Funds raised will go directly to funding direct impact projects defined in the 2017 Nigeria Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) developed by the United Nations Office of the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) with the support of the Federal Ministry of Budget and Planning.
OLX is the world’s leading classifieds platform in growth markets and is available in more than 45 countries and over 50 languages. OLX connects local people to buy, sell or exchange used goods and services by making it fast and easy for anyone to post an ad through the mobile application. Every month, hundreds of millions of people in local markets around the world use OLX’s online marketplace to find and sell a wide range of products, including vehicles, electronics, phones and much more.