Welcome to Kind Heart Charity

Our Story

Kind Heart Charity, Non-Profit Organization

The Niger-Delta region is an oil-producing region and one of the 10th wettest lands in the world. In 1956 Crude Oil was first discovered in Oloibiri in the Niger-Delta region of Nigeria,

Despite the remarkable importance of the black gold for our people, we are often victims of mankind’s greed and unquenchable thirst for fossil fuels at the expense of our lives and our environment. Annually, 2.7 million litres of oil are spilled in the seas, contaminating waters, killing organisms and causing lasting damage to ecosystems and economies.


Kind Heart Charity, Non-Profit Organization

To have the government formulate policies, plans on environmental protection, energy related legislation and plans. Furthermore, provide world-class physical infrastructure for the treatment and disposal of waste and wastewater.

We the people are together in this common cause to raise community awareness and promote public support for issues related to environmental protection, energy, nature conservation and sustainable development, promote collaborative efforts through regional and international co-operation.

Call to Action

The Earth will not continue to offer its harvest, except with faithful stewardship. We cannot say we love the land and then take steps to destroy it for use by future generations. The environment is where we all meet; where we all have a mutual interest; it is the one thing all of us share.

Yes we can !!!

Erhema Nhyerovwo


Erhema Nhyerovwo is an adventurer, environmental activist, humanitarian and conflict mediator. who favors the law of retribution of justice. He has always been at the forefront of campaigning against the environmental degradation of the entire region of the oil-producing states of Nigeria and is fully dedicated to leading the way to a more sustainable and just society which birthed the Niger Delta Initiative.

Make an impact.
Save lives.

Help save the Niger-Delta region

Our Plights

Children Education

It is important to keep in mind that the people’s exposure to risks or trends of instability with negative impacts on social rights makes it difficult to create institutions that will enhance well-being in this complex and diverse region. In this vein, we stress the lack of effort in developing fully human capacity and strengthening respect for human rights in the Niger Delta, as policies and approaches are mismatched with poverty measurement in the region. We conclude that endorsing a multi-pronged approach for development does not necessarily mean full development, as growth might not reflect a life of dignity or that of empowerment

Poverty Development

The island of Oloma is situated within the tidal mangrove swamps of the eastern Niger-Delta. It is bounded by other Ijaw communities, such as those of the Elem Kalabari to the west, the Okrikans to the north, and the Andoni, Opobo, and Ogoni to the east. Bonny is located approximately 50km southeast of the industrial and commercial center of Port Harcourt. Tributaries of the Bonny River dissect the flat surface of the island, creating swamps and creeks that are bordered by mangrove trees. Much of the land is uninhabitable, fresh water resources are scarce.

Supply drinking water

Oil spills caused massive fish kills, ruined the only potable water supply, and seeped into the fields, shriveling cassava and yams. The socio-economy of the Ogoni was destroyed while the wealth of their land was shipped away.

The price for docility in our communities and country is the loss of liberty and sovereignty to rapacious and predatory multinational oil companies like Shell. Our communities must stand up and continuously demand accountability from Shell and the international system that nurtures it.

Eradicate pollution, Save the environment

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