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AfriGrowth Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to enhancing growth and changing lives in needy communities. Founded in 2005 with the belief that one of the greatest challenges we face in the world is poverty, which we eliminate by initiating and supporting empowerment programs develop techniques for self-sufficiency.
An education program through our library literacy programs encourages “Back to Reading Culture” in the lives of our children. This is implemented through creating a conducive/ friendly library environment for reading.Learn More
This is an empowerment program for youths which helps them to build their capacity by being mentored by contemporary icons in the Nigerian society. AfriGrowth Foundation focuses on building the capacity of Youths by organizing...Learn More
Water, Sanitation and Health
According to Nigeria’s Vice President Yemi Osibanjo, No fewer than 150,000 Nigerians, mostly children die of diarrhea or water related diseases annually for drinking unsafe water, report shared by WHOLearn More
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Our Best Volunteers
Administrative assistant, NNPC RetailDonated : $
Adah Blessing Ehi
Physics TeacherDonated : $
Principal Procurement Officer, National Council for Arts and CultureDonated : $
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WHAT Our Partners Say
“Thank youAfriGrowth Foundation for puttingsmiles on our face and giving
us hope for the future”
Bema Homes Children ()
“ Since AfriGrowth Foundation opened a library in my school, I started trying to read with the help of my librarian and now I can read and write easily”-
Maryam Adudu (LEA Primary School Dawaki)
"I am proud to witness anopportunity given to children to be able to read and become
future leaders of their community"
Mr. Paul Lehmann (Australian High Commission)
I sincerely want to thank AfriGrowth Foundation for what they did in my school. Before their intervention, most of students were unable to handle books not to mention reading, but now they get so excited about the library that we have to very vigilant in order to monitor how the pupils use their library time.
Mr. Kura Emmanuel (Mr. Kura Emmanuel)
The impact of setting up of these libraries in various schools cannot be overemphasized. AfriGrowth has done a lot especially in Bwari Area Council. I sincerely commend Mrs. Dayo Keshi for making efforts to revive the reading culture in Nigeria, as it is obviously going down the drain.
MR. JOSEPH AGBOHOR (MR. JOSEPH AGBOHOR)
It is true that I have attended numerous training’s, workshops and seminars in time past but AfriGrowth Foundation exposed and broaden my horizon in the use of mentoring techniques.
DADA STEPHEN BAMIDELE (DADA STEPHEN BAMIDELE)
it’s still like a dream” that i do not have to worry about the burden of carrying heavy containers from the stream, the pain on how to get drinking water in the school was put to rest
Sunday Nodoma (Sunday Nodoma)
The Idu yard borehole project has saved us from spending so much treating ourselves from diseases.