With the high number of out of school children in Nigeria which stands at about 13 million children, we have made it our priority to create access to quality education for children especially the less privileged children in low income communities through our summer school program and scholarship trust fund.
Over the years Nigerian women and girls have been side-lined in major aspects of the Nigerian society which can be largely attributed to our cultural and religious beliefs therefore making this essential part of the society disadvantaged. We believe national development is an all-round effort and with over 50% of our population disadvantaged we definitely will not get there. This belief has driven our work to advocate for equal rights and privileges for the girl child while also building their belief systems so as not to be limited by the norms of the society.
Building sustainable cities and communities
Our goal is to ensure the Nigerian youths and children are not left behind in the global race of nations to attain widespread sustainable development through academic and economic empowerment. We do this by building platforms that connects youths and children in the most vulnerable communities to volunteers across the world who will guide them through their individual academic challenges, while also setting up skill acquisition centres in these communities which run as businesses in these communities helping them achieve financial independence in line with our goal of building sustainable communities.