The Africa Youth Growth Foundation is making impact and a difference at local, national and international levels.
2004: Organized a community and youth interactive forum at the Lugbe community in Abuja where issues of
constructive and peaceful youth participation in political and democratic processes was strongly advocated.
2005: Had 1st African Youth Development Conference in collaboration with the Nigerian Ministry of Cooperation and
Integration in Africa, Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution, National Commission for Refugees, Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, Mr. Biggs. The International Conference brought together youth leaders from across the continent to discuss on issues of continental peace, security, good governance, cooperation and integration from the perspective of the youths.
2006: Had 2nd African Youth Development Conference; again in collaboration with the Ministry of Cooperation and Integration in Africa. The success and participation was double of the 2005 edition. Over 20 conferences participated and facilitated by the Foundation.
2007: Participated in African Business Leaders Forum in Accra, Ghana as well as the role of a Resource person to Common Wealth Telecommunications Organization at the African ICT Disaster Forum in Der Esalaam, Tanzania. Played the role of a Media Monitor at the 2007 general elections in Nigeria under the West Africa Civil Society Forum with funding from UNDP.
2004: organized a community and youth interactive forum at Lugbe community in Abuja where issues of constructive and peaceful youth participation in political and democratic processes was strongly advocated.
2007:Election Monitory and observation in Nigeria 2007 general election under the West Africa Civil Society Forum (WACSOF) with funding from UNDP.
2007: A forum on 2007 General Election and challenges of youth thuggery / violence in Nigeria.
2007 :Crisis mitigation mechanisms with the Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution against the 2007 general election in Nigeria at Makurdi, Benue State and Ilorin, Kwara State. It was sponsored by UNDP.