It is a registered as a charitable Trust under the Deeds Registries Act, young people focused organization that aims to achieving a society in which all young people reach their full potential.
Our programs ensure that young people obtain quality education, livelihood and employability skills, exercise their human rights, make healthy choices and improve their communities.
It is also a development oriented organization covering research and young people & social participation, capacity building through workshops, trainings, Model UN and AU and gender research and analysis
Our vision at Africa Rise Foundation is to see young people that had lost hope unleashing their potential to the world and to give young people access to sexual and reproductive health and rights information and services without discrimination of any sort.
Our mission is to invest in the future of young people through education. We offer scholarships to orphans and other disadvantaged children. We also work on sexual and reproductive health and rights issues, through advocacy, communication and social mobilisation. Every child deserves a chance to unleash their potential to the world through decent education. We are empowering youths across Africa for a better future.
We Uphold the Highest Standards Of Integrity In All Of Our Actions.
We Work Together, Across Boundaries, To Meet The Needs Of Our Stakeholders.
Respect Of Diversity
We Believe People Come From Different Backgrounds Hence We Proud Ourself In Diversity.
We Are Personally Accountable For Delivering On Our Commitments.
Marginalized young people are the direct beneficiaries for ARF who are in peri-urban, poor urban, rural areas, mining, border towns and farming districts. These are young people who are:
Orphans and Vulnerable Children
Unemployed youths and with low literacy rate.
Infected and affected by HIV and AIDS
Lack access to SRHR information, education, services and resources which are vital for them to earn a decent living.
In and out of school.
Socially, economically, and culturally marginalized
Secondary target groups include parents/guardians, teachers, traditional and religious leaders, community health and child care workers, District Officers, media, policy makers, civil societies, school heads and education authorities, the general public and communities at large.
Living with disabilities
Sexual reproductive health and rights (SRHR)
Education and literacy
Research and Development
Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2063
Sexual And Reproductive Health And Rights (Srhr)
Ensure adolescents and youth have access to SRHR information and services.
Youth peer education for HIV/STI prevention
Strengthening SRHR community competence
Provide psychosocial support that helps children and youths to exercise their SRHR and other issues that adversely affect their growth and development.
Quality Education And Literacy
Conduct sensitization campaigns at community level targeted at parents, care givers and traditional leaders on the discriminatory social norms and belief systems and how they affect the education of children. The education component of ARF projects is designed to ensure that all children have access to educational services that meets their developmental needs from pre-primary, primary, secondary and tertiary levels in a manner which builds the human capital base of the communities. ARF supports the following initiatives
Empowering parents/caregivers economically through savings groups and enterprise development to support educational needs of their children.
Provide literacy centres for out of- school children to improve their access to continuous education.
Provide vocational education services for out of school youth.
Provide tuition fees, school supplies and sanitary products for girls