Mega Impact Foundation is a registered Non Profit and Non-Governmental organization in Nigeria (CAC20517) with the sole aim of using gender-driven initiatives to make sure that every Nigerian girl and young woman is duly informed about their rights to living a healthy reproductive lifestyle.
The Foundation was conceived and birthed on the 26th of July, 2014 in South Africa but was registered and began its operation in Nigeria on the 18th of November, 2016.
The foundation was born out of the need to properly re-orientate the mind-set of girls and young women in Africa through training for skill acquisition, mentoring, empowerment and employment opportunities. We are also a research-focused, environmental conservation and systemic human capital development foundation. We are dedicated to providing adequate and effective thoroughly researched solutions to humanistic issues and we are also impelled to always create environmental friendly initiatives to tackle climate change challenges.
The reason why Mega Impact Foundation is undertaking the advocacy for equal rights for women and girls in the society is to create a platform where the challenges of reproductive health and financial freedom for women in the society can be effectively managed in a male dominated industry. We will continuously conceptualize advocacy ideas to encourage women to believe in themselves and actively pursue an interest in their choice of life endeavors.
Mega Impact Foundation’s mission is to continuously use local initiatives to achieve global impact.
To become the most simplified and accessible NGO in Sexual and Reproductive health, Entrepreneurial Development/ Funding and Mentorship for girls and young women in Nigeria by 2025.
Our Core Values
Mega Impact Foundation Learning Hub is a skill acquisition center that has been designed to provide world-class training and workshop with the primary aim of nurturing a pool of creative human capital through equipping them with up-to-date entrepreneurship skills which forms the backbone of Nigeria’s economy whilst facilitating start-ups through training/mentorship in hope of promoting of Nigerian youths abilities to compete in the world markets.
MEGAHUB is a futuristic, technology-driven training and mentorship program that will bring together some of the best professionals in Small and Medium Enterprise development and management, branding, Marketing and PR in the creative industry to train and mentor over 50,000 youths across Africa by 2025
Key achievements so far:
Since Mega Impact Foundation began its operations in 2016, we have been able change the lives of your girls concerning their body/ sexual reproductive health and domestic violence through series of awareness, sensitization and enlightenment campaigns held at various Girls Secondary Schools in Asaba, Delta state. Our organization has partnered with several NGO’s, CSO’s and Government agencies in creating workshops, brainstorming sessions and came up with white papers on how to tackle the multi-faceted negative resultant effect of the lack of proper information and knowledge as regards body, sexual and reproductive health of women and girls.
Approach to women’s rights
Mega impact Foundation is also a women’s right organization that works together, with other women and the girl child rights organizations, Ministry of Women Affairs and movements work towards:
- Creating mass sensitization, enlightenment and advocacy for women’s rights across Nigeria especially in Delta State.
- Developing laws and policies that tackle discrimination and protect women.
- Providing accessibility to universally acceptable quality services that restores and protects rights of women and young girls
- Social change initiatives that supports the rights of all women and girls.
|1||Project Goodwill- Feeding scheme for the homeless||20th July 2017||Durban Central South beach,South Africa|
|2||Project Good will - Haven of hope visit||June 2016||Durban Central South Africa|
|3||Project Goodwill - The nest shelter visit||2017||South beach Durban south Africa|
|4||Project Goodwill - Siyakha Soccer league sensitization/donations||September 24th 2016||Hammersdale Durban South Africa|
|5||Project school of life - Entrepreneurship/Career guide workshop||7th march 2018||Demonstration Secondary School Asaba, Delta State|
|6||Project school of life - Leadership Academy workshop||21st march 2018||Demonstration Secondary School Asaba, Delta State|
|7||Project School of life - Career guide workshop||Glenridge High School Durban South Africa|
|8||Project School of life - Entrepreneurship/Career guide workshop||November 2017||Government Model secondary School GRA Asaba, delta State.|
|9||Project School of life – Drug Abuse Campaign||June 5th 2018||Ogwashuku Olloh Secondary School|
|10||Project School of life - Leadership Academy workshop||11th February 2018||Osadenis Secondary School|
|11||Project School of life - Entrepreneurship/Career guide workshop||November 2017||SS Peter and Mary juniorette Asaba|
|12||Project School of life - Leadership Academy workshop||24th January 2018||Zappa Basic Secondary School,Umuagu Quarters Asaba|
|13||Smile initiative – Outreach for orphans||22nd December 2018||Pro Laborei dei Orphanage Asaba|
|14||Smile initiative – Outreach for orphans||25th February 2019||Pro Laborei dei Orphanage Ibusa|
|15||Corpers (NYSC) Entrepreneurship Sensitization||22nd March 2018||Oshimili South Local government Council|
|16||Back to school initiative||March 30th 2018||Okwe Primary School|
|17||Children’s Day Campaign||27th May 2018||Online twitter conversation|
|18||Entrepreneurship initiative – Entrepreneurship development /Export workshop||27th June 2018||Ogwash-Uku Polytechnic|
|19||Entrepreneurship initiative - Entrepreneurship development /Export workshop||28th June 2018||Ozoro Polytechnic|
|20||Girls initiative – Menstrual Hygiene/Reproductive Health workshop||23rd January 2018||Anglican girls Grammar School, Asaba|
|21||Girls initiative - Menstrual Hygiene/Reproductive Health workshop||11th of October 2019( International day of the girl child)||Okpanam high school Oshimili North|
|22||Girls initiative- Menstrual Hygiene/Reproductive Health workshop||24th February 2018||SS Peter and Mary Juniorette|
|23||Teen but smart Initiative - Menstrual Hygiene/Reproductive Health workshop||20th June 2020||Amanchai Quarters Ugbolu|
|24||Meet, share and learn experience Rural women 1.0||12th June 2020||St peter and paul Catholic church, Ugbolu, Delta State|