Meeting the need of Widows. Supporting quality education and welfare of the Orphans Providing Free Medical Health Care
About Our Chairman

Hon. (Barr.) Sunday Marshall Katung

Sunday Marshall Katung (born 1 April 1961; in Madakiya (Batadon), southern Kaduna State, Nigeria) is a Nigerian politician and lawyer.[1] He was a one-term member of the Federal House of Representatives representing Jaba/Zangon Kataf Federal constituency of Kaduna State.

Katung was born on April 1, 1961, in Madakiya, defunct Northern Region (now in Zangon Kataf LGA of southern Kaduna State), Nigeria.

He attended Kufena College, Wusasa Zaria from 1975 to 1980; then proceeded to the College of Arts & Science, Zaria, from 1980-1982. He afterwards attended the University of Lagos, Akoka, from 1982-1986 and the Nigerian Law School, Victoria Island, Lagos from 1986-1987.

Our Mission & Vision


The MASHALL KATUNG FOUNDATION seeks to fund projects designed to improve education and also have a greater impact on the community. Our activities will focus on improving students achievement and teacher leadership. SMF desires to make lifetime investments on supporting children to acquire educational. We intend to touch lives through qualitative education.


The Foundation will largely invest in primary health care of the people. Our dream is to initiate and sustain country-led health reforms. With this fundamental philosophy in mind, Marshal Katung Foundation will work to create and reinforce humane and comprehensive health policies.


To see and contribute to communities, harness the unlimited but untapped capacity of Women and youths in providing simple, homegrown solutions to communities basic socio-economic challenges that include access to clean water, education, healthcare and entrepreneurship.

Our Vision

To contribute to building a Nigeria where all citizens have access to affordable quality health care, education and equal opportunities to realize their potentials.

Our Mission

The Foundation is committed to enhancing the quality of life of Nigerians by supporting initiatives that improve access to health and educational opportunities.

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