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Today we are working to achieve five Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) within our communities

  •  Poverty (SD1)
  •  End hunger (SDG2)
  • Quality education (SDG3)
  • Decent work & economic growth (SDG4)
  • Partnership for the goals (SDG5).

Our work is made possible by nearly 200,000 caring supporters, many generous corporations, 9,000 dedicated volunteers and approximately 1,600 employees around the Nigeria.

  • Lagos
  • Abuja
  • Enugu
  • Anambra
  • Kano
  • Ogun
  • Kaduna
  • Borno
  • Kogi
  • Portharcourt

PROGRAM PRIORITIES

Today we are working to achieve five Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) within our
communities which include

Poverty (SD1)

Alleviating poverty is the major way to lift a nation up

End hunger (SDG2)

Sufficient supply of food to the local community

Quality education (SDG4)

with quality education the country develops faster

Decent work & economic growth (SDG8)

A safety network lets your donations and funds guarantee a safe way network and public

Partnership for the goals (SDG17)

Quality eduction

Reach more people

Strategic Plan objectives and targets 7.1 Strategic objectives 2017-2021 Network-wide, TWUF’s goal is to create 3.7 million jobs by March 2021. As a major support office in the network, TWUF International’s role is to fund the bulk of that job creation. To get there, we’ll need to do four things: reach more donors, both private and public;

Build Awareness

 around our brand among target audiences; and advocate in key fora for the role of jobs in development.

Communication/Information/Feedback

We will invest in providing best-in-class, personalized, tailored information, and find innovative ways to give feedback to donors, founders, volunteers and the general public.

Fundraising Team

Including our multiple languages and nationalities, our proven results in institutional and major donor fundraising, and a cause that appeals strongly to corporate donors.

Reach More Donors

TWUF International donations come from a mix of private and public donors, including philanthropists, corporations, entertainers, foundations and parastatals. For them, we need to produce evidence of the highest standard to prove our model works and we are making an impact. The goal is to have a good number of repeat donors. We will focus our resources on creating and maintaining awareness with the audiences most essential to scaling up our impact: • Institutional and other established funders such as large foundations • Corporate donors • Major philanthropists • Potential partner organizations

Key Programs and Strategies

The Foundation’s primary focus is bringing opportunity for a better life to people living in extreme
poverty. To achieve this objective, we concentrate efforts and resources on the areas of most
importance; Education, Hunger, Housing & Decent work/empowerment.

The WUF Empowerment Fund

This is aimed at equipping men and young people in the community with skills and opportunities necessary for jobs, economic self‐sufficiency and independence. Strategy: - Provide skill development trainings - Partner with people and organizations to provide funding opportunities for business support. - Collaborate with government to design and deploy employment schemes for local people.

The WUF Scholarship Project

This is majorly targeted at the kids and teenagers in underserved communities to increase the number of smart kids from low-income homes in schools and give them an opportunity to make a change in their families and communities in the future. Strategy: - Support schools and programs that improve student development and reward achievement. - Connect existing Foundation scholarship programs and interested current and future donors with this work.

Slum Rescue Project

This project will help relocate families living in the slums and provide a safe and healthy environment for living. Strategy; - Increase the availability of emergency shelter. - Seek to renovate housing conditions where possible. - Lead with building apartments to end homelessness in communities and drive affordable housing.

Food Drive/Hunger project

The Hunger Project will work at the heart of the problem which is building self-reliance at the grassroots level so people can provide their most basic need- food. This objective will provide food materials to families and opportunities for women to learn trade and become key change agents for their families. Strategy: - Engage and partner with gender focused organizations to deliver awareness and necessary training. - Deploy initiatives that p

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