No. 4 Ouagadougou Street, Wuse Zone 2, Abuja, Nigeria

Building, Projecting and Protecting

The future of Africa


Welcome to AYGF

Africa Youth Growth Foundation is a non governmental organization set up with the sole purpose of contributing to positive change in the economic and social status of Africans, the poor, vulnerable and minorities through effective programs that delivers sustainable outcomes.
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Thematic Areas

Public Health
Democratic Governance
Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism
Environment and Climate Change


In commemoration of the 2022 World Nature Conservation Day, AYGF in partnership with PrintRite Nigeria Ltd held a Tree Planting Exercise on 28 th July, 2022. This exercise was done to help fight climate change and global warming and keep the earth safe from their effect. The exercise which took place at JSS Area 11, Garki and JSS Kado- Kuchi was graced by key stakeholders such as the Federal Ministry of Water Resources, Federal Ministry of Health, NIMASA, NAGGW, NCF, NOSDRA, NOA, as well as other key public, media and private stakeholders and well-wishing Nigerians. These stakeholders planted almond trees at the school and the students were educateed on the importance of trees and its extinction prevention measures.
Isoken Iyengunmwena Program officer
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Projects Overview

MICC Project

The MICC Nigeria phase I project was funded by the German Government through the Federal Foreign Office, the project was design to address issues of irregular migration and its attendant consequences in Nigeria. The project was implemented in Edo State Nigeria and Abuja FCT in the year 2020. .

SEE Project

The SEE (Sensitize, Educate, Empower) Project was jointly implemented by Africa Youth Growth Foundation (AYGF) and Activating the Lost Dream Foundation (ALDF) and funded by ECOWAS and the Spanish Fund on Migration.

Academic Marathon

The Academic Marathon was a scholarship project put in place by AYGF in the year 2015 to help create educational development opportunities to exceptionally brilliant young Africans to study abroad in different fields. However, a special emphasis was attached to general sciences and technologies.


Our Country Contact

No. 4 Ouagadougou Street, Wuse Zone 2, Abuja, Nigeria

+234 816 360 3067

Current and Recent Donors

Vitamin Angels
National Commision for Refugees Migrants and IDP's
World Bank
German Government
International Organization for Migration
Diaspora Commision
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