Upcoming programs

Special Projects


Our Special projects include: TGF Magazine 3rd Edition, Teenz Tym DVDs, TGF@5, and other partnership projects.


Teenz Care Project


Educational outreaches, G&C on life skills and GGED teacher training for 200 student leaders and 60 teachers in FCT.

October - November 2017

5th Teenz Nigeria Project


A National Cultural Quiz, indigenous Spelling Bee and Arts Competition targeted at promoting cultures, citizenship, patriotism and indigenous languages among 1000 teenagers in FCT and Nassarawa State.

November 20, 2017

iEbonyi Projects


Firstly, Development HUB program for 50 young people in Abakaliki, Ebonyi State. Secondly, an Adolescent Health Forum & Quiz for 4500 adolescents in Ishiagu, Ivo LGA, Ebonyi State.




opencommunityschools.net, an Online Primary Education platform to promote open Education for all in support of SDG 4.


1st Open Community School Project


TGF in collaboration with the United States Mission in Nigeria through the Ambassador’s Small Grants Program sets to build TGF’s 1st Open Community School for 100 - 200 children in Ebonyi State.

January - September 2017

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Our Programs



ESS supports and creates sustainable development based on equal opportunities through quality education especially for Girls. The Teenz Care Project offers educational outreaches, Guidance & Counseling on life skills, learning materials, trainings and mentorships and use of technologies to meet the 21 st Century Global Needs. ESS also implements a response and prevention program that provides interventions for education in emergencies. We support learning in and out of IDP camps, facilitate psychological counseling and support to create a peace friendly enabling environment for the affected.


CBI targets leadership, personal development and entrepreneurship skills among young people between ages 13-24 via Youth Workshops, Conferences and Development HUB that aims to fill critical knowledge and skills gap as well as nurture and empower young people to become Self-sustainers and Change makers starting from their immediate communities. We combine inspiring presentations, lively discussions, group works, stimulation exercises and mentor-mentee relationship to provide support system for mentees over a period of time.


A youth-led team would provide effective intervention programs for adolescents and young people (AYP) because we speak their language, understand their thoughts and the dynamic approaches for young people. In providing social behavioral interventions to prevent adolescent health risks, we diversify our approach towards Health education and promotion among Adolescents and Young People (AYP) with the introduction of interactive and friendly health forums as platform for gaining comprehensive and functional knowledge on concerns about Sexual Reproductive health, Sexually transmitted Diseases, HIV Prevention, Infectious diseases and Personal Hygiene including Menstrual Hygiene for Adolescent girls.


Teenz Nigeria (TN) Project is an annual cultural program initiated in 2013 with the purpose of increasing the values of Citizenship, Patriotism and Indigenous languages. We adopt the use of Language learning, Stakeholders Conference, Cultural Quiz, Cultural Arts Competition, indigenous Spelling Bee and an additional component of the INEC Voters Education Quiz by the Independent National Electoral Commission. Participating schools and teenagers also gain opportunities of winning Prizes and Academic Books Scholarships in different categories of the Competition.


CIP develops content, shares information on education, advocate policies and social issues that affects children and young people in Nigeria. We employ the use of Broadcast Media, Publications and Social media. Several funded programs have been implemented such as the Teenz Tym TV Broadcast on AIT Abuja; Published editions of TGF magazines endorsed by the National Library of Nigeria and FCT Education Resource Center; FASTYouth infomercial; Documentaries on the Plight of Internally Displaced Children in Northern Nigeria, and information dissemination via our Social media handles.


The Open Community Schools & Network (OCSN) is a social enterprise that provides simple learning solutions tailored towards literacy skills, life skills development, peace building values and Global citizenship education that equip learners with a more robust and flexible curriculum to achieve learning outcomes to meet the 21st century needs. Our solution includes: Open Community Schools in communities with little or no access to schools and, opencommunityschools.net, an Online Primary Education platform to promote open Education.