Transporting the African heritage

We represent our local communities because we recognize our roots

Preparing young minds for the challenges ahead

We educate youths via Global Citizenship Education (GCED)

Creating platforms for youths to express their innovative ideas

We give opportunities to youths to express their creativity

Reaching out to the local communities

We believe that every child has the right to enjoy quality education

Supporting Out of School Children

Join the train and help children back to school

Every day, African children without access to quality education are on the increase because of bad leadership and unequal distribution of resources. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
One African Child Foundation for Creative Learning is dedicated to supporting African children in marginalized communities, one child at a time. We believe in raising proactive agents of change in local communities.

Our Core Values


We work with highly innovative and creative youths with powerful ideas to change the narrative of education in Africa. Innovation is key in driving the change we seek.


We are a group of passionate and energetic young minds and we love what we do. It’s hard to survive in volunteering without passion because it is simply the fuel that keeps us going.


In the execution of our projects, we hold accountability and transparency in high esteem. We portray the integrity, selflessness, and generosity that we preach.

Our Channels of Engagement

Online Advocacy


Educational Support

Read Our Latest Blog Posts

Education 2030 From a Youth Lens by Victoria Ibiwoye

Education 2030 From a Youth Lens by Victoria Ibiwoye Executive Director of OneAfricanChild Foundation for Creative Learning, Victoria Ibiwoye. There is a ray of hope as countries strive to achieve the historic agenda 2030 on sustainable development, one of the most...


The Relevance of Education in a Mixed-Up World by Roland Aiwone Education can make all the difference. One of the greatest icons ever produced by the black continent, Nelson Mandela once said: “Education is the greatest tool by which we can change the world.” This is...

Volunteers Tuesday: Meet Esther Eyo

VOLUNTEERS TUESDAY: MEET ESTHER EYO Tell us about yourself I'm Esther Eyo. I consider myself multifaceted, as such, I have been able to joggle different roles in my life and career. I worked in business development for a while but I'm living my dream now; I work with...

Volunteers Tuesday: Meet Silas Ishie

VOLUNTEERS TUESDAY: MEET SILAS ISHIE Tell us about yourself My name is Silas Chinedu Ishie. I'm from Ukwani local government, Delta State in Nigeria. I'm a development enthusiast. What are you most passionate about? I would say people. Being better and making people...

Volunteers Tuesday: Meet Kawthar Omisore

VOLUNTEERS TUESDAY: MEET KAWTHAR OMISORE Tell us about yourself Kawthar Omisore by name, a student of the prestigious Law faculty, a writer and an entrepreneur. What are you most passionate about? I am passionate about impacting positively into the lives of children...

Volunteers Tuesday: Meet Caroline Boraya

VOLUNTEERS TUESDAY: MEET CAROLINE BORAYA Tell us about yourself Caroline Boraya is a social entrepreneur who is passionate about youth, women, and children. What drives you in life? I believe my best drive has always been the thirst to do more and better each day. I...

Volunteers Tuesday: Meet Jacqueline Talay

VOLUNTEERS TUESDAY: MEET JACQUELINE TALAY Tell us about yourself My name is Jacqueline Talay, a lawyer by profession, currently undertaking an Advocates Training Programme at the Kenya School of Law. I am quite an easy-going person who believes in taking a day a time....

We currently have a physical presence in Nigeria, Kenya and Benin Republic. We are a group of energetic and passionate youths championing the cause of positive change in our local communities.

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