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The COVID 19 Pandemic brought unprecedented change to our lifestyle and also created increased economic hardship with youth and women at the receiving end.


In our drive to continue to bring economic relief through empowerment, a Special Intervention Program was launched with the support of partners to train and equip 20, 000 youth and women in Nigeria with employability and entrepreneurship skills.


A successful innovative attempt was made in providing empowerment to economically disadvantaged women and youth across Nigeria aged between 18 and 40yrs using a fully digital mode of delivery.


The objective was to stem the tide of worsening insecurity and high crime rate primarily driven by harsh economic realities by providing new opportunities for wealth creation to youth and women across Nigeria.


The Special Intervention Program (S.I.P) was a digital adaptation of series of empowerment initiative of the foundation focused on women and youth.


With the code name, #shapesip, the fully digitalized empowerment program equipped 20, 545 participants from 36 states of Nigeria and the Federal Capital Territory with economically viable skills that is community based and financially rewarding.  

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