The children and young girls in Pankshin a local middle-belt community in NorthPole of Nigeria are facing the challenge of joblessness, drought, hunger and lack of pipebone water. This is making life difficult for them. As a result, the record of colera, typhoid fever and so many diseases are on the increase in the community. These young girls have to walk unimaginable distance to nearby villages to with kegs and bowl to get water everyday. Majority of this young girls are school dropped out and eventually find themselves impregnanted by boys who promise or offer them foods. This project is to establish a local food bank and provision of drinkable water at the centre of Pankshin where it will be accesible for these girls and make live easy for them by providing food, drinkable water and vocational activities for them.