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Our programs aim to transform lives

Our programs
aim to
transform
lives

Education

Improving education is recognized by governments, the United Nations, the World Bank and NGOs as the key to development and to poverty alleviation. At the ADENRELE LEKAN-SALAMI FOUNDATION, we believe lack of education is a main cause of poverty, and that turning around the trend is the best way to break the cycle of poverty

Youth Empowerment

At the ADENRELE LEKAN-SALAMI FOUNDATION, we agree with the Food and Agriculture Organization FAO 2015 report that Agriculture is the motor for rural development, poverty and hunger reduction in sub-Saharan Africa; and recognize that agriculture offer proven opportunities for people in poor communities to grow food and alleviate poverty.

Food And Nutrition

The Food and Agriculture Organization FAO estimates in its 2050 – Africa’s food challenge report that Some 218 million people in Africa, around 30 percent of the total population, are estimated to be suffering from chronic hunger and malnutrition. In the communities that we target to serve, we estimate the figures to about 40% or more.

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Our causes aim to transform lives

Education

Improving education is recognized by governments, the United Nations, the World Bank and NGOs as the key to development and to poverty alleviation

Youth Empowerment

At the ADENRELE LEKAN-SALAMI FOUNDATION, we agree with the Food and Agriculture Organization FAO 2015 report that Agriculture is the motor for rural development, poverty and hunger reduction in sub-Saharan Africa

Women Empowerment

The Food and Agriculture Organization(FAO) estimates in its 2050 – Africa’s food challenge report that some 218 million people in Africa, around 30 percent of the total population, are estimated to be suffering from chronic hunger and malnutrition