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At AYGF, we are poised to contributing our quota to the development of individuals, communities, and societies. We believe that growth and positive change cannot be feasible without development to drive it. It is against this backdrop that we have crafted stellar projects to drive this agenda of the organization. AYGF seeks to participle in the Public Private Partnership under the World Bank Better Education Service for All (BESDA) in the select States of Nigeria. The objective of Better Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) is to increase equitable access for Out-of-School Children especially the child and improve literacy level as well as to strengthen accountability for results in Basic Education in Nigeria.


Empowering the Next Generation: International Day of Girls in ICT 2024

Globally, only 20% of tech jobs are held by women. This statistic highlights the significant gender disparity in the tech industry and underscores the urgent need for initiatives that encourage more girls to pursue careers in ICT (Information and Communication Technology). 

The 2024 International Day of Girls in ICT theme is “Leadership,” at AYGF, we embraced this theme by organizing an event to sensitize and inspire 20 young girls. The AYGF Program Officers Ifeoluwa Prince and Caroline Godwin, IT Manager Shedrach Obi, and Communications Officer Ikenna Madu with their combined expertise and enthusiasm provided a rich, engaging experience for the participants. During the event, our team shared valuable insights into the tech industry, discussed the various opportunities available, and emphasized the importance of leadership in shaping the future of ICT. The girls participated in interactive sessions designed to build their confidence and equip them with the skills to navigate and succeed in the tech world.

As we celebrate the 2024 International Day of Girls in ICT, we reaffirm our dedication to empowering girls through education and leadership development. By investing in these young minds today, we are paving the way for a more inclusive and equitable tech industry tomorrow. 


2021- AYGF building partnership to participate in the Public Private Partnership under the World Bank Better Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) in the 36 States of Nigeria. The objective of the BESDA Project is to increase equitable access for Out-of-School Children to improve literacy level as well as to strengthen accountability for results in Basic Education in Nigeria, the project seeks to provide technical assistance to identify, recruit, enroll out-of-school children back to school, monitor their progress performance, ensure the children are retained, and complete their studies within the lifespan of the project.
AYGF was visited by the State house of assembly to facilitate open communications with Gombe State on the BESDA Project.


The train of partnership meeting moved to the Australian High Commission. Led by the Executive Director, Dr. Arome Salifu, the meeting focused on building future collaboration and partnership to tackle issues around Education.

Warmly received by the Second secretary of AHC and Political and Economic Officer, Mr Calum Walker and Tosin Gbolasere, they applauded AYGF for the good work done so far in ensuring access to education for all.

We look forward to a great collaboration for a sustainable future.


AYGF was thrilled to be a part of the Nile University Career Fair yesterday.

Our team, led by the Executive Director Dr. Arome Salifu, alongside the Senior HR Officer Ese Moweo, and Head of Programs Nelson Egbunu, had the opportunity to connect with students and discuss the work we do at AYGF in driving impact and change in the society.

We were passionate about sharing information on the various thematic areas where students can get involved. It was inspiring to see the enthusiasm and commitment of the future generation.

Opportunities to get involved with AYGF, either through volunteering or internship programs, were also presented to the students.

We look forward to staying connected and supporting these young leaders as they embark on their careers


The Academic Marathon was a scholarship project put in place by AYGF in the year 2015 to help create educational development opportunities to exceptionally brilliant young Africans to study abroad in different fields. However, a special emphasis was attached to general sciences and technologies. The project was funded through a common basket fund put together by development partners, International NGOs, Governments, and Corporate Organizations across the globe who have passion to seeing Africa getting out of unnecessary human, material and development related quagmire. Through the project, AYGF was able to give several scholarships to 25 indigent Nigerian students across the 36 States of Nigeria.

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