Wecyclers will tackle urban waste crises by encouraging households to recycle using an SMS-based incentive program paired with convenient collection services.
Our aims are to save the lives of homeless Almajiri kids who are having a messed up childhood; to provide pipe borne water for the Chakala/Ekaala community so as to combat the outbreak of water borne diseases and to improve the quality of education in some Secondary Schools by providing them computer labs and libraries.
Children in Nigeria, rich or poor suffer the fate of limited access to improving their capabilities. The 1864 Academy would help to improve skills-gap;enhancing love and shared competences among different classes
StayInSchoolng is an education intervention project that seeks to reduce the number of Out-Of-School children in Nigeria starting one rural community after the other.
Women give birth on mats after walking miles to reach health facilities without electricity and water. Help us upgrade facilities and train Birth Attendants to save more women.
The Robert Ogwo International Humanitarian Alliance for Education and Fellowship is a quest formed by a young Nigerian man and an American woman for the betterment of the World through higher education, expanding technology and global wellness.
We provide free basic school supplies for children in public schools in Lagos state.
80% of the Nigerian population is with the ages of 18 - 25. This means we have a great army of youths fully able to drive the changes we desire, they only need to be provided the tools with which to succeed. This is what YETI Nigeria is set to do. To develop new generation of leaders using Information & Communication Technology as a tool.
Our mission is to raise a corps of 1 million volunteers across every state in Nigeria by the end of 2015 who will make an ongoing positive contribution to the development of our country particularly in areas of healthcare, education, infrastructure and renewable energy.
To provide international standard quality drinking water in rural Nigeria