Agricultural Recovery Program (ARP)

  Nigeria faces a considerable problem of food loss and waste, with an estimated 40% of all food produced going to waste. This is a significant loss considering the high levels of poverty and food insecurity in the country with over 130 million people living below the poverty line. Many

Cloth Banking Nigeria (CBN)

  Problem Statement: The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) in 2022 released a multidimensional poverty report stating that about 133 million people in Nigeria are multidimensionally poor, which means 63% of the population cannot afford basic necessities which includes: Food, Shelter and Clothing adequately. Over the years, clothing insecurity which


Problem Statement As a foundation for future learning, primary education is crucial for a child’s development, but currently, over 20 million Nigerian children are not attending school, according to The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).  According to UNICEF, about 10.5 million children are not in school even though

Family Farming Program

  Problem Statement: In Nigeria, the unrelenting challenges of hunger, poverty, and malnutrition disproportionately affect vulnerable communities, creating a persistent cycle of deprivation. Access to nutritious food and economic stability remains an elusive dream for countless families, with women and youth in underserved areas bearing the heaviest burden of this

Food Bank Network Nigeria Program

Problem Statement Amid pressing global issues like food insecurity and hunger, there are numerous Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) committed to mitigating the plight of vulnerable households by supplying food and other care resources. In the 2023 Global Hunger Index, Nigeria ranks 109th out of the 125 countries with sufficient data to

Job Placement Programme

  Problem Statement: The Nigerian unemployment rate has increased from 37.7% with further rise to 40.6% in view due to the continuing inflow of job seekers into the job market and by 2024 the unemployment rate will grow to 43%. This level of unemployment is a mirror image of the state of a nation’s economy which one of


Problem Statement Diabetes has become a multidimensional health concern in Nigeria. Nigeria has recognized the need of addressing non-communicable diseases (NCDs), such as fueled by urbanization, changed food trends, and hereditary causes, with over 11.2 million people living with this condition. The severity of the problem is worsened by the


  Problem Statement According to the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF), 5 in 10 children under-five are malnourished (stunted, wasted or overweight) in Nigeria. As the largest economy and most populous country in Africa, Nigeria represents less than 2.5% of the world’s population, but accounts for 10% of


. Problem Statement: The 11th Global Food Security Index (GFSI) published last year, showed that Nigeria ranked 107th (scoring 42.0 points) out of 113th countries globally in the food security index. This suggests that 12.9 %of the global population in extreme poverty was found in Nigeria as of 2022. In the