At the invitation of the British Council, The Emmanuel Ivorgba Foundation was fully represented at the 2019 Social Enterprise World Forum (SEWF), held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, from October 21- 25, 2019, by Richard Catheral, the Foundation's Director of International Partnerships and Dr. Emmanuel Ande Ivorgba, the Foundation's President. The...
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The Emmanuel Ivorgba Foundation exists to end hunger and poverty in Africa, through investments in Education, support to social entrepreneurs and the development of tomorrow's leaders. We support positive social change through viable, sustainable programs that strengthen local people and communities.
The casualties and victims of poverty are all around us. We are attacking the problem. We have made Hunger our enemy.
How We are Impacting our Communities
COUNTRIES Impacting rural communities and changing lives in Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Togo
YOUNG LEADERS TRAINED Through our Entrepreneurship University and Leadership Development Programs
BUSINESSES SUPPORTED Through our Young Business Leaders Awards and Business Skills Development Programs
STUDENTS EMPOWERED Through our Educational Support, including payment of tuition, textbooks and uniforms
Our Featured Projects
The 1st West Africa Peace Dialogue was held at the 400-Capacity Auditorium of the University of Professional Studies (UPSA), Accra, from September 20-21, 2019. The Peace Dialogue was organized by the Ghana-based Africa Centre for Peacebuilding, a URI Cooperation Circle (CC), in partnership with The Emmanuel Ivorgba Foundation, Global Educators for...
The Emmanuel Ivorgba Foundation hosted 35 teachers drawn three Secondary Schools in Jos, Plateau State, for a one-day Teacher Professional Development Course on Monday, August 26, 2019. The teachers learnt Classroom Management Skills such as Authority, Knowledge. Individualization, Time Management and Patience, etc. The one day training focused on...
The Emmanuel Ivorgba Foundation, in partnership with African Youth Union Commission (AYUC) has launched "The Africa We Want Essay Campaign" to support, promote and encourage young people's participation in Agenda 2063- the blueprint and masterplan for the transformation of Africa into the global powerhouse of the future. The Campaign runs from ...