4th Edition of the Library Literacy Program Reading Competition Press Release

  AfriGrowth Foundation at the front line of improving Child Literacy in Africa instituted a program called “Library Literacy Program Reading Competition” which was designed to enhance reading culture in the lives of children living in underserved communities. The 4th edition of the reading competition organized for seven primary schools in Abuja Municipal Area Council […]

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4TH EDITION OF THE LIBRARY LITERACY PROGRAMME READING COMPETITION

AfriGrowth Foundation believes that a child born without good education is a liability to the community. This brought about the implementation of the library reading program, designed to encourage the “back to reading culture” in the underserved communities.   AfriGrowth Foundation periodically organizes reading competitions to assess the impact of this program in the primary […]

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Child Development, A Call to Action

At AfriGrowth Foundation, we are committed to develop children and increase every child literacy which will help them to shape out their future dreams. We have met who children who wanted to become teachers, nurses, lawyers, engineers, etc. But because of their environmental factors, they find themselves in places they don’t want to be. Children […]

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The Life of an Orphan

AfriGrowth Foundation makes it clear to us all that we know they are out there. Infants, toddlers, children and teenagers, who for whatever reason are alone in this world, with no parents, nor family to call their own. Orphans, with no one connected to them by blood, or by law; live through their lives at […]

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Having an Humanitarian Attitude (AfriGrowth Foundation)

Do we have to be wealthy before we absorb the attitude of a humanitarian? NO, being a humanitarian means you are working to improve human welfare no matter the location, color or language. Drop the fear of having to attain certain status in life before you can improve the life of the person next to […]

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You Too Can Change Lives

It was so disheartened when the news of a boy tagged a “witch” broke out in the eastern part of Nigeria; he was starving and riddled with worms after being dumped out by his family for eight months. Everyone across the world who saw the post on social media wanted to help, thanks to the […]

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How to Train Your Mentor

The first time I spoke overseas, it was at an event in Brazil. My company was still small, and I finally had my big chance to impress important people in my industry. Needless to say, I practiced my talk for days, changed it a hundred times, and even bought a fancy suit to wear. A […]

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