We conduct workshops and training to build the personal and leadership skills of young people, provide information on reproductive & sexual health, HIV/AIDS, Cancer, economic independence, counseling, provide a mentoring program, and influence policies/laws affecting young women, girls and youths through advocacy. We also provide a safe space for young people to share experiences and knowledge or information about opportunities in academia and to build informed alliances and partnerships. Through our work, we advocate for social, economic justice and empowerment, particularly gender justice, gender equity and gender equality. We hope to contribute to the reduction of HIV & Cancer prevalence and vulnerability of young people by effectively using social media and set up a website with clear and accessible information.
Standing against all forms of discrimination and social exclusion, the organisation functions in five thematic areas:
HIV/AIDS And Cancer.
Provide and improve the knowledge of Sexual and Reproductive Health Information including HIV/AIDS, Cancer and other related health information to vulnerable young women and youth.
Leadership And Advocacy.
Building the decision-making skills and other life skills of young people for making better and informed choices.
Promote the empowerment of the girl child through acquisition of formal education and educational resources to the highest level possible.
Encourage independent daily living through acquisition of economic and vocational skills.
Advocate for favourable policies to protect the rights of young women/girls and youth at all levels of Government.
Partners and donations are welcome to join
You make a difference and definite impact in the life of many Nigerian women/girls and Youths particularly those with Disabilities, when you donate your time, talent, equipment or money to their Empowerment. HIF has three categories of partnership which are Financial partnership, Resource Partnership. Volunteer partnership. Hope Inspired Foundation encourages partners who will contribute their knowledge, talent, skills and time towards achieving our goals and vision. We encourage new ideas and initiatives on how to better serve our beneficiaries.
Most stories that reach mainstream audiences about disability require the person to “overcome” it. You’ve seen the headlines: “Paralyzed bride walks down the aisle” or “Paralyzed student walks on graduation day.”