What We Do
Comfort Literacy Intervention & Capacity Enhancement (CLICE) Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides social development intervention which focuses on inclusive education, livelihood enhancement for low-income household, economic empowerment, capacity development and system strengthening for self-reliance and sustainable development of Africa
We facilitate adaptive literacy interventions, both formal and informal sector tailored to meet the needs of target beneficiaries, therefore ensuring inclusiveness
Livelihood & Economic Development
Livelihood and Economic Empowerment for the poor, but economically active people, especially those in hard-to-reach communities is the core of our work.
Gender and Social Inclusion
Our interventions are gender responsive. This is a conscious effort to ensure women and girls are not excluded from socioeconomic development.
We work with institutions to engage and empower youths in other to help them realize their full potential.
Countering Trafficking in Persons
Modern day slavery; human degradation and exploitation resulting in irregular migration of young people…
Water Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH)
Working in coastal communities, we identified lack of access to menstrual hygiene materials and portable water as a major problem.
Our Core Values
We do not compromise our image and reputation as we aspire to maintain standards in all our interventions.
Partnership and Collaboration
We appreciate the uniqueness of other organizations and believe every joint should supply its resources through partnership and collaboration for sustainable impact.
We are obligated to take responsibility for every resource to efficiently achieve measurable results and give account to our donors and partners.
We embrace change; therefore we are open to innovative and creative ideas to develop sustainable solutions to problems.
We apply hands-on approach to designing sustainable interventions based on needs assessment of our demography.
African Student Association (ASA) Sets to Hold Fund Raising Dinner for Visually Impaired Students in Africa
African Student Association Set to Hold Fund Raising Dinner for Visual Impaired Students in Africa
U.S Embassy – Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) 2020
U.S Embassy – Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) 2020 The U.S. Mission Nigeria’s Public Affairs Sections are pleased to issue this Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for their Public Diplomacy (PD) small grants program. This annual program statement outlines PAS’ funding priorities and the procedures for submitting applications for funding.
CLICE Foundation, Partners call for Effective Policy Implementation on Human Trafficking
CLICE Foundation, Partners Call for Effective Policy Implementation on Human Trafficking In her welcome address, Mrs. Ibidolapo-Salako Akinyombo, CLICE Foundation’s Director expressed her gratitude to all stakeholders and implementing partners for their cooperation towards collaborative advocacy while calling on the Government to End Human Trafficking. Mrs. Akinyombo said, the theme; “Demystifying the Greener Pasture Myth