About us

Who we are

MACA Peace Walk & Humanitarian Achievers Awards (MAPWHAA) a brain child of GAFILIGADOKI COMMUNICATION, Preaching Peace and Honoring individuals that have contributed in the society, with MACA Peace Ambassador Awards as Boost to keep up with the good work.

We believe that every helping hand can reduce poverty and disease, and create a better future.
Gafiligadoki Communication (GGC), is a non-religious, non-political, non-profit charity Platform, an (Event / Multimedia Company) design to empower and promote peace and celebrate individuals.

The primary aims of the MACA NATION are; providing access and quality education to children, shelter to the less privileged, widow empowerment, healthcare and reduce extreme poverty especially in Northern Nigeria and beyond. This platform is controlled by its trustees: Gafili Gadoki it’s Founder, a board of Trustees and other principal officers.

Our approach

Our Mission

(GGC) works around Nigeria to save lives , promote peace, honour individuals & improve quality of lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice.
Whether it is a reassuring conversation, financial help, education, professional training, or simply the assurance that they are not alone, we will make sure that everyone gets support that meets them where they’re as quickly as possible.
We address the specific and diverse needs of young people
We ensure they have access to the information, resources and support they need to escape poverty for good.

We recognize that poverty is inextricably linked to social marginalization and discrimination – and our experience has shown that simply providing young people with a few skills, through our programs.

We recognize that poverty is inextricably linked to social marginalization and discrimination – and our experience has shown that simply providing young people with a few skills, through our programs.

We recognize that poverty is inextricably linked to social marginalization and discrimination – and our experience has shown that simply providing young people with a few skills, through our programs.

:MACA Reality TV Show
: MACA Food Carnival
: MACA Film Festival
: MACA Family Game Show
: MACA Queen Africa
: Maca Talk Show
:MACA Peace Walk & Humanitarian Achievers Awards

Expecting them to conquer systemic injustices is not effective and does not lead to their empowerment. Rather, large-scale and sustainable change requires addressing laws, policies, gender norms and social and cultural barriers that stand in the way. By creating an enabling and equitable environment where young people can exercise their skills, knowledge and leadership, they are able to step into new roles and lead the change themselves.

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