Remi Abere is one of the oldest Nigerian women to ever reach the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, at 49.
As the mother of five turns 50 in November, she is returning to Kilimanjaro with six other women to raise funds for the women and children in the various IDP Camps in Nigeria.
They will climb for close to 7 days, to reach Kilimanjaro’s summit which rises to an altitude of more than 19,341 ft. above sea level.
Below is a description of the project as written on her website;
She is returning to Kilimanjaro with 5 amazing middle-aged women for a cause she’s very passionate about: improving the quality of life for the women and children who have been widowed, orphaned, and displaced by natural and man-made disasters, and as a result forced to eek a living as refugees at the mercy the Government and various relief organizations catering to their needs in the various IDP Camps in Nigeria.
Remi’s mission is to mark her 50th birthday by making a difference – by putting her comfort, and the comfort of her friends on the line in order to raise funds needed to procure some essential materials needed to improve the living conditions of these women and children.
Remi invites you to donate to this cause. To donate cash, clothes, products, medical supplies, toiletries, tents, building materials, and anything you can think of that may be of use to these women and children.
Watch her below;