What We Do

  • Vocational and skill acquisition Training

We provide the necessary knowledge, skills and competencies for survival of youths, women (particularly widows) and unemployed graduates in rural and Urban communities in Nigeria. We help provide solutions to consumer education, formation of attitudes, manpower development, human capital development and career education. This training helps to improve quality of lives, boost the growth of the economy and sustain national development.

  • Health Promotion and Education

We explore different approaches to improve health of individuals and communities, especially the vulnerable groups. We give these groups the opportunity to acquire information and skills needed to make quality health decisions, as well as take various actions to limit the health disparities between different areas of the country and, in some cases, the continent or world. We also address the issue of the access of individuals and communities to health care in terms of financial, geographical or socio-cultural constraints to accessing and using services.  We apply public health systems in the areas of maternal and child health, health services administration, emergency response, and prevention and control of infectious and chronic diseases.

  • Provide access to Equitable Quality Education

We provide access to education for out of school teenage girls, vulnerable and poor children living in rural and suburb communities in Nigeria.

  • Promote Ethical and Moral Values

We organize, gather and disseminate needed information that promotes ethical and moral values in our society. We encourage the dedicated and patriotic minded to serve their community without personal financial reward and to encourage efficiency as well as promote high ethical standards in all spheres of life.

  • Advocacy and Research

We advocate and conduct research on various issues relating to economic empowerment, Health, nutrition, sustainable development of the Girl child, out of school teenage girls and the vulnerable groups in Nigeria.