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Aspire Coronation Trust (ACT) Foundation is a grant making nonprofit organization established in 2016 to support local, national and regional non – profit organizations working to address challenges and associated vulnerabilities across the African Continent.

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The Changemakers Innovation Challenge is conceived by ACT Foundation as a response to the impressive work of community nonprofits and social enterprises in Africa who are leveraging technology/ digital tools to create social change in their communities. Research shows that most nonprofits using technology/ digital tools to drive projects and develop communities are coming ahead in the world and also creating lasting impact.

The challenge is open to non-profits and social enterprises across Africa who are using various technological tools to create innovative social solutions. The support including funding and technical offerings is to enable them to scale up impact within the community where they presently work and beyond.
There will be funding support to the top four finalists towards scaling of the solutions across different communities.

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The Aspire Coronation Trust (ACT) Foundation Breakfast Dialogue is a convergence of various Public, Private, and Social Sector leaders to have insightful conversations on global social issues with the aim of exploring solutions that will propel social transformation, and create impact in communities.
This year's dialogue will provide a great opportunity to learn, share ideas and build lasting collaborations for sustainable growth.

The Theme of this year's Breakfast Dialogue is

"Social and Global Impact: Engaging for Growth".

This will hold on
Date: Thursday, July 25th, 2019
Venue: Lagos Continental Hotel, 52A Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

Attendance is free but registration is compulsory.

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Focus Areas

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Our goal is to facilitate better health care services for the vulnerable and marginalized groups in our society.
To achieve this goal, the foundation will support initiatives in the following areas:

Maternal and child health

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In a joint report by WHO & UNICEF (August 2004) it was stated that about 2.4 billion people will likely face the risk of needless diseases and death by the target of 2015 because of bad sanitation such as decaying or non-existent sewage systems which will fuel the spread of diseases like cholera and diarrhea which kills 1 child every 21 seconds.

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The United Nations Sustainable Development Report states that the percentage of people living below the extreme poverty line dropped by half between 2002 and 2012, from 26 to 13 per cent. This translated to one in eight people worldwide living in extreme poverty in 2012. Poverty remains widespread in Sub-Saharan Africa, where more than 40 per cent of people lived on less than 1.90 US dollars a day in 2013.

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We recognize that we have leadership challenges as a nation and a continent, therefore, there is need to build a new generation of credible, accountable and ethical leaders who will propel the continent towards effective and sustainable economic and human development as well as peace and security.




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Communities in Nigeria


States in Nigeria

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