We facilitate adaptive literacy interventions (both formal and informal education settings) tailored to meet the needs of target beneficiaries. Our programmes are designed to improve learning outcomes for beneficiaries, facilitate access to materials that will aid Persons with Disabilities (PwD), foster business and career enhancement.
In line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4, we believe education is the Fundamental Human Right for all. We facilitate adaptive literacy interventions (both formal and informal education settings) tailored to meet the needs of target beneficiaries. Our programmes are designed to improve learning outcomes for beneficiaries, facilitate access to materials that will aid Persons with Disabilities (PwD), foster business and career enhancement.
In ensuring drivers of quality education are able to increase student engagement in class and improve learning outcomes, we facilitate Professional-Personal Development Training to strengthen capacity of teachers to inspire students’ achievement and performance, especially those in low-income schools.
Livelihood and Economic Development for the poor, but economically active people, especially those in hard-to-reach communities is the core of our work. CLICE Foundation ensures women, men and youth have decent work by facilitating access to trainings and resources that will enable them access to sustainable livelihood. CLICE Foundation also work with partners to facilitate access to improved and appropriate technologies for economic development across different value chains (both agricultural and non-agricultural value chain). We facilitate Rural Market Financing by linking private investors to investible business opportunities in rural communities. Also, we facilitate Market Linkages for high profile Agribusinesses to off-take agricultural and non-agricultural produce (based on the off-takers specification) directly from farmers.READ MORE
Modern day slavery; human degradation and exploitation resulting to irregular migration of young people, women and girls for either sexual exploitation and or forced labour is common-sight in Nigeria due to poverty and unemployment. Both the low-income and elite class have resorted to irregular migration to search for a “Greener Pastures” a phrase that has become a bait in the hands of traffickers in recent times.
Human trafficking is a global problem and no country is immune to it. Millions of victims fall into the hands of traffickers, lured by faked promises and deceit. According to the 2018 United Nations Office for Drugs and Crimes, data shows that trafficking happens all around us as the number of persons trafficked within their own country has doubled in recent years to 58% of all detected victims.
Trafficking of Persons and illegal migration remain a critical problem in Africa, especially Nigeria. According to the UNDESCO, Nigeria has acquired a reputation for being one of the leading African countries in human trafficking with cross-border and internal trafficking. UNESCO also asserted that Trafficking of persons is the third largest crime after economic fraud and drug trade.
The motivating force behind these crimes is poverty; vulnerable persons such as women and girls are not the only target, but boys also fall victim to traffickers who belong to both small-scale, local enterprises with extensive criminal network and to a large scale multi-commodity businesses for purposes of sexual exploitation, forced labour, and organ harvesting as a result of their search for greener pastures.
Reuters reported in January 2019 that as many as 20,000 women and girls are feared to have been trafficked from Nigeria to Mali where they are stranded after being forced into prostitution, Julie Okah-Donli, director general of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), said a fact-finding team from NAPTIP and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) had uncovered the extent of the trafficking during a visit to southern Mali. According to him, dozens of women and girls were repatriated from the Kangaba area of southern Mali in the preceding months. The team, which went to the area to investigate, found hundreds more, being held there, Okah-Donli said in a telephone interview.
Our interventions are gender responsive. This is a conscious effort to ensure women and girls are not excluded from socioeconomic development. CLICE Foundation believes that when women and girls are empowered, there is a direct positive impact on a Nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), household income and community progress because women generally have a “Multiplier effect”. One of the most powerful ways of fighting poverty is through women empowerment. The level of social impact achieved when and girls are empowered transcends generations.
To safeguard girls and ensure they don’t become victims of their ignorance, CLICE Foundation embarks on holistic advocacy and sensitization of girls, boys, parents, teachers and community stakeholders irrespective of religion, sex and culture to ensure they provide enabling environment, information and support girls when needed.
African Student Association will be bringing people who identify with the African culture together to educate one another on the current event in Africa and how they can contribute towards making a difference in the continent.Read More
According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), Child labour is a violation of fundamental human rights and has been shown to hinder children’s development, potentially leading to lifelong physical or psychological damage. Evidence points to a strong link between household poverty and child labour, and child labour perpetuates poverty across generations by keeping the children […]Read More
Working with partners to identify and address challenges to livelihood, through socioeconomic development interventions, by building and strengthening the capacity of beneficiaries especially vulnerable persons, through education, advocacy, and community development projects in a bid to promote Sustainable Development.READ MORE
We work with service providers and key actors in agricultural and non-agricultural sectors to deliver services such as value-chain development
for smallholder farmers and private investors.
Over the years, we have identified the best fabricators with the requisite skills across our States of primary operations. These fabricators use the right materials and deliver timely to clients. Send us an email for a direct linkages to the best technology fabricators in Nigeria.READ MORE
We understand the place of capacity building and strengthening as the most direct means of socio-economic development of a nation and its effects on livelihood of individual households. It is a very reliable strategy to create sustainable solutions for social protection and livelihood of the people.
We build and strengthen organizational and individual capacity to enable them maximize potential