The Nahda Foundation is committed to addressing the widening human capital gap in educationally less developed Nigerian States. This is borne out of our collective concern for our society’s backwardness in major areas of human endeavor and the terrible social, economic and political reality before us. Our aim is to equip coming generations with the requisite skills and experience to excel in a 21st century world and prepare them to adequately take advantage of future opportunities and confront emerging challenges.
To harness our diverse human capital potentials to drive sustainable development, social cohesion and long-term prosperity in Nigeria.
To develop and mentor the next generation of Nigerian leaders and professionals.
- To help in bridging the human capital gap in Nigeria.
- To work towards unlocking Nigeria’s human capital potential on a colossal scale.
- To help change the Nigerian narrative from that of poverty, underdevelopment and insecurity to that of peace, progress and prosperity.
- To promote a culture of collective social responsibility and cooperation in solving our problems.
We create mentorship and networking platform for young professionals to connect and seek career help and guidance in diverse areas of professional interests.
We partner with academic institutions, MDAs, NGOs and other relevant stakeholders to increase access to and quality of education in our communities. Also, help identify and improve existing opportunities as well as discover new ones across all segments of our socioeconomic potentials.
We provide preparatory, remedial and strategic classes at basic education level. We also work in providing training and capacity building for professionals in various fields.
We engage policy makers at all levels on various best practices and strategies towards increasing access to and quality of education. We also promote policies that create jobs and expand opportunities for our youth.
Nahda Foundation is governed by the following principles:
We do not subscribe to any political group or agenda as an organization and individuals of all political persuasions are free to participate.
We do not subscribe to any sectarian group or agenda. We welcome people of all faiths and persuasions.
We do not acknowledge nor identify with any ethnic or tribal agenda. Our organization is open to people of all identities and cultures.
We are not a profit-making organization. All proceeds from the use of organizational resources in any way are invested towards achieving our objectives.
The ELP Program selects promising young professionals and connect them with mentors across strategic professional niches. Mentees are also expected to mentor…
Our Young Scholars Program is a catch-them-young approach that identifies high-performing students in our tertiary institutions and help them access academic and career…
Our Uniprep program organizes and sponsors tutors to provide preparatory classes for prospective SSCE and UTME candidates in underserved communities.
Volunteer Teacher Program (VOLT) Our VOLT Program coordinates and organizes volunteer teachers (on English, Mathematics, ICT) in underserved public schools…