• 2019 WORLD MENSTRUAL HYGEINE DAY

    CLICE Foundation in Partnership with TEEN Africa.

  • 2019 WORLD DAY AGAINST CHILD LABOUR

    Zennith Bank Awarded Scholarship to 70 Students and distributed 1500 notebooks.

  • GIRL CHILD ADVOCACY

    Building confidence in girls to be able to speak up when faced with challenges .

  • STOP CHILD LABOUR!!!

    In Commemoration of World Day Against Child Labour, CLICE Foundation Partners With Neighbourhood Watch

About CLICE Foundation

CLICE Foundation is an organization that provides social development interventions which focus on capacity development, systems strengthening, economic empowerment, livelihood enhancement and literacy intervention.

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Our Vision

OUR VISION

To Create Sustainable Solutions that will Enhance the Livelihood of the People

Mission

OUR MISSION

Working with partners to identify and address challenges to livelihood, through…

Aims & Objectives

OUR OBJECTIVES

Education, Economic Development, Peace Building and Conflict Management…

Fishing and Fish Processing is the Primary Source of Livelihood in Coastal Communities. How can we make market work for the economically active people?

Fisheries Intervention: Market Development for the Niger Delta

IN THE CREEKS

Curb post harvest losses of wild captured fish by creating awareness on the availability of improved fish smoking …

International Day of the Girl Child 2018

Advocacy: The Girl Child

THE GIRL CHILD

Build confidence and increase awareness among girls on how they can overcome the challenges they face…

The Greener Pasture is a Myth

Human Trafficking and Irregular Migration

Modern Day Slavery

Demystification of the greener pastures theory. Raising awareness on the activities of human traffickers.

Women Empowerment

BWEEP

Building Business capacity of barracks women particularly in the agriculture and food production sector…

Partner With Us

Do you have an idea that aligns with our Vision?
We are available and ready to work with you to actualize them.
Send us an email at info@clicefoundation.org requesting for our Partnership Terms

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Leveraging the United Nations International Youth Day (IYD) celebrated annually on August 12, the University of Nigeria Enugu Campus (UNEC) Student Affairs Department,collaborated with Achsah Growth Initiative, Comfort Literacy Intervention & Capacity Enhancement (CLICE) Foundation and Consumer Advocacy and Empowerment Foundation (CADEF) to mark the International Youth Day with undergraduate students from neighbouring tertiary institutions…Read More →

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Comfort Literacy and Capacity Enhancement (CLICE) Foundation, a non-profit organisation, has partnered the Nigerian Army Officers’ Wives Association (NAOWA), 13 Brigade Chapter, Calabar, to commemorate this year’s International Women’s Day in Calabar. The event held at the Headquarters of 13 Brigade Barracks, Akim-Calabar with the theme Time is now…Transforming women’s lives, witnessed the unveiling of Barracks Women Economic Empowerment Program (BWEEP), an initiative aimed at enhancing the livelihood of women in the barracks through theri involvement in agricultural production. Participants witnessed the demonstration of fish processing using the Market Development Programme in the Niger Delta (MADE), which facilitated 250kg-improved smoking technology adopted by the 13 BrigadeRead More →

Comfort Literacy Intervention & Capacity Enhancement (CLICE) Foundation yesterday marked the 2017 edition of  International Women’s Day at the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) Camp, Bakassi, Cross River State NegroidHaven can report.The ‘Be Bold for Change’ themed international day saw CLICE Foundation deciding to celebrate the with the disadvantaged in society especially those at the Internally Displaced Persons camp. According to Miss Comfort Onyaga Ogon the Founder and Executive Director of CLICE Foundation.‘It dawned on me that we have IDPs in Cross River State when I was doing a needs assessment of women to celebrate with this international women’s day. I didn’t want to do theRead More →