impacting lives since 2002

where children and young people are empowered to contribute to the sustainable development of their communities

Don’t tell us all the reasons this might not work. Tell us all the ways it could work.

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Our Blog

As an organisation focused on diverse interests capable of affecting the lives of children and young ones positively, we regularly carry out several activities that resonates with our vision of facilitating child and youth development in Nigeria and beyond. To keep you up to date on these activities, we have dedicated a session of our website for that singular purpose.

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Nigeria has a population of over 200 million people, the largest in Africa. Nigeria is among the West African countries with the highest density of medical doctors which is still very low compared to the actual need for such a populous nation. Nigeria government’s budget for health is extremely slim.
Education is a process of learning and inculcating new and improved societal ideals. There is the formal education and informal. The formal education is mandatory in the early childhood years between the ages of 6 and 15 years in Nigeria particularly from grades 1 to 9 which is the Primary education that has the duration of 6 years and the junior education which has the duration of 3 years.

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The environment gives us countless benefits that we cannot repay as they are concerned with the forest, trees, animals, water and air.
Children’s rights are a subset of human rights with particular attention to the rights of special protection and care afforded to minors irrespective of their age, race, color, sex and status.

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How our communities are developed depends on the efforts of every individual, it takes a holistic approach grounded in principles of Empowerment, Human Rights, Inclusion, and Social Justice. It is therefore expedient that empowerment scheme ought to be introduced with zero lenience to corruption and its vices.
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EXPLORE OUR GALLERY

It has been said that a single picture speaks a thousand words. It is on this premise that we have carefully curated images of some of our activities and housed them properly in our gallery. Ready to feed your eyes?

Other Motivations That

Keep Us On Track

For us, for our children, Africa and its people teach us a powerful lesson, that we must uphold the inherent dignity of every human being.

Barrack Obama

We try to come alongside people and interact with our supporters so that they know that we see them, we’re with them, and we’re in this together.”-

Lindsay Kolsch

Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world.

Malala Yousafzai