Accord-Bridge Foundation is a nonprofit organization instituted to facilitate the enhancement of the quality of life of disadvantaged women and girls across communities in Nigeria. This is our response to increasing poverty levels occasioned by increasing unemployment among these very vulnerable segments of the population.

This project offers one-on-one support, mentoring and training (innovation, goal-setting, and tenaciousness) to girls. The project seeks to help young girls transit from school into business entrepreneurship. We mentor girls to reach for their dreams and build better lives for themselves, their families, their communities and the Nigerian nation.

We are working to create “AGRIPRENEURS” out of women within specific ecosystems by providing them the relevant skill set and funding that will help them thrive in the farming industry and preliminary processing of their farm produce.

The foundation promotes and provides income generating skills for less privileged women and girls in communities across Nigeria. Our vocational training and support are tailored to needs. Our different livelihood skills under this initiative will ensure that women receive training on different vocations ranging from Cake making/decorations, pastry, soap making, shoe and bag making, bead-making, gift-bags designs, Tailoring etc., to enable them generate income and break free from dependency and poverty. The project also plans community networks for the participants where they share their experiences and inspire each other.

Because, collaterals in the form of landed property are most times needed for loans, the lack or limited access to property limits women’s access to credit. Under this scheme, the Foundation therefore facilitates credits as start-up kits for micro and small scale businesses. We also provide follow-up support