What We Are Doing?
Naza Agape foundation was initiated from a deep seated desire to help the less privileged children and adults educationally, emotionally, financially and spiritually. This foundation is aimed at ensuring that no child is without quality education and welfare support. We believe that if we train one child properly with the right environment, quality education and good welfare, we are training our next future leader that would transform the world.
Raising world changers that will be solution providers to the penance of our dear country Nigeria and the world. Raising young leaders that will eradicate poverty in Nigeria and in Africa. Raising world changers that will propagate the Gospel of Christ to all the ends of the earth till Christ returns.!
PROJECT BACK TO SCHOOL CAMPAIGN
Project Back to School campaign was launched on the 29th of July, 2018 from a deep seated desire to see that no child is denied access to quality education especially the less privileged children. This project is in collaboration with Humanity Across borders, International NGO’s and other friends of these NGO’s.
This goal is in line with our foundation’s goal which is: To ensure that no child is without skills, quality education, we believe that if we train a child properly by empowering them with leadership and entrepreneurship skills, we are training the next future leaders that would transform the world.
The goal of #BackToSchoolCampaign, is to educate at least 100 students across all states in Nigeria, every term and also donate free textbooks and note books to various Government schools. This project is in line with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal 4: Quality education- Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.
Project Back to school campaign will involve a lot of outreaches to various schools and also seek collaboration with well to do Nigerians and other nations to assist.
#ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SKILL ACQUISITION
Naza Agape Foundation (NAF) collaborates with various school on a rescue project which is targeted to inspire, motivate and encourage young people to make maximum productivity of their lives by empowering them with principles that will set them on the path of excellence.
The Rescue project is an initiative geared out of sincere resolve commitment towards tackling the growing trend of mediocrity and dearth of positive value. However, we understand that “a great nation does not make a great people but a great people that makes a great nation”. By the end of this project, we intend to: 1. To inspire and equip young people with principles that will set them on the path of excellence. 2. To encourage young people to explore and discover the diverse opportunities that lies fallow within and beyond our environment.
To motivate young people to adapt innovative approaches in achieving enterprise and productivity. The current economic uncertainties have succeeded in truncating the progress and wellbeing of the youths, with increasing rate of unemployment and non-productivity among youths. However, Naza agape foundation is aimed at ensuring that no child is without skills, quality education, we believe that if we train a child properly by empowering them with leadership and entrepreneurship skills, we are training the next future leaders that would transform the world.
We believe that through your collaboration, your aim to educate will be fulfilled not just within your reputable institution but at distance where you never thought possible to influence. We anticipate and appreciate your positive response and heartily participation.
Mrs. Jacintha Dido one of the residents at the Internally Displaced Persons in Geoscience, Anguludi Plateau state. Her community was attacked during the June 2018 crisis in Barkin Ladi, Plateau state. They lost all their properties e.g. houses, businesses, cars, farmland, etc. Through our foundation, we were able to encourage her and many others not to give up in life. After a session of skill entrepreneurship programme organized by the foundation, she told us that she is an entrepreneur and with #1,000 she can start a small business. The foundation gave her #1,000 to start up the business. Next week, to our amazement, she started selling doughnut and even came to show us. Today she is a business owner, and has made profit of over #10,000 and can now cater for her family.
Naza Agape foundation in collaboration with Humanity Across Borders, began a rescue project to take some drop out children and some less privileged children back to school. A good number of them were sent back to school, for example Ruth Musa, Naomi Nanpol, Joyce Moses, Doris Markus, Blessing Samuel, Weng Emmanuel, Edward Jacob, Sarah Jonathan, Afiniki Christopher, and many others.