From the Office of the President

Driven by its commitment towards enhancing growth in needy communities, AfriGrowth Foundation maintains a sustained focus towards developing and supporting developmental programs that provide techniques for self sufficiency, especially in the areas of Youth Development, Orphans and Vulnerable Children Care, ‘Back to Reading Culture’ initiative and capacity building for other development organizations, adopting mentoring as […]

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Bringing Back the Reading Culture

Education is a human right and the basis for life-long learning. It empowers individuals, families and communities as a way of improving their quality of life. It has a “multiplier effect” that helps to eradicate poverty, reduce child mortality, curb population growth and ensure sustainability development. High quality early childhood education has the greatest positive […]

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AGF Sends Forth Two Staff Members

With AfriGrowth Foundation’s commitment on developing and building the capacity of young people from every part of Nigeria, the foundation models the impact of its programs using its members of staff as a case study. In line with that, we wish to congratulate two key out going officers; Mr. Okechukwu Onoh and Mrs. Blessing Osunsanmi […]

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AGF’s “A Date With an Icon” Premiers

The DWI Initiative is an extended engagement strategy under the Youth Mentoring Program which provides a platform for close interaction and experience sharing with a Nigerian Icon. The Icon will, through their life experiences, not only educate the young minds on the road map to success, but challenge them to place a demand on themselves […]

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From the President’s Desk

Posted by Afrigrowth Foundation on Thursday, 02 October 2014 AfriGrowth Foundation over the years has always shown commitment in contributing its bit with different developmental strives that will improve young Nigerians. Our programs has been famed to always take the road less traveled and to go all out to bring out the very best even […]

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AFRIGROWTH LITERACY & READING COMPETITION

The Literacy and Reading Competition (LRC) which is an annual LEA Primary School Competition is an offshoot of the Library Literacy Program (LLP) which was introduced as a way of measuring the impact of the establishment of the libraries in the LEA Primary Schools on the pupils. This is a more practical approach on impact […]

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