We do believe that every one has the potential to grow and improve in their own lives and the lives of others in the society
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Sanctuary of Hope Charity Foundation prides herself on top notched values as integrity, brain, excellence and creativity
Meet our team of highly experienced and passionate individuals who are zealous about giving back to the society
WHAT WE DO
Sanctuary of Hope Charity Foundation, a youth impact based organization based in Abuja, Nigeria, which started on the 25th January, 2014, with the mandate to ‘Raise youths as gifts to generations’ therefore came to bridge the gap through bringing effective training for self-discovery, skills development, leadership capacity building, mentoring and supports programs, identifying youths who are going to have a turbulent transition to adulthood and offer positive support system to avoid the pitfalls that can derail their lives and empower them to lead in different areas of their aspirations. We organizes annual summits across Nigeria and beyond, ranging from impact summits, leadership summit and secondary school symposiums across Nigeria and partnering with other NGOs in Africa.
OUR IMPACT STRUCTURE
1. • Welfare Programs: Globally, the number of people living in extreme poverty declined from 36 per cent in 1990 to 10 per cent in 2015. But the pace of change is decelerating and the COVID-19 crisis risks reversing decades of progress in the fight against poverty.
2. Good Health and wellbeing programs: Ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being at all ages is essential to sustainable development. Before the pandemic, major progress was made in improving the health of thousands of people across Nigeria with efforts from our partners Red Cross and Mendlife Global.
3. Public enlightenment / Advocacy Programs:
Knowledge is the true power and information for advocacy is a tool to combat social injustice in the world. We constantly reinforce with youth on civic engagement, policies for nation building and socio-economic development.
4. Anti-Drugs Abuse and Mental wellbeing Programs: The increasing rate of substance abuse in the country, which has a record of over 14.2 million Nigerians, with 84% of its victims being youths, who are mostly influenced by their peer groups. This manner of social vices has erupted so many conflicts in the country, including depression.
Our Excellent Team
Hope for all
Our partners are from all over the world
Our Core Values