Alienum phaedrum torquatos nec eu, vis detraxit periculis ex, nihil expetendis in mei. Mei an pericula euripidis, hinc partem.

How We Started

The secret of successful nations is their people. People who have taken the responsibility to promote and drive positive changes. Africa’s greatest challenge is producing people with sound leadership abilities and principles to enable community and national development. At H.O.P.E, we are committed to the task of making effective leadership development commonplace. We are driven by the passion to create enabling platforms for leaders to evolve and arise, resulting in an ecosystem of driven individuals, who will lead transformational lives, initiatives and projects to positively impact families, communities and ultimately, nations.

The median age for Nigeria’s teeming population is 18. This means that about 50% of her population is under age 18. We believe these young people are not “leaders of tomorrow” but of today, which implies that the process they undergo today will impact largely on the kind of leaders they become tomorrow. This is why we are committed to their transformation; it will culminate into national transformation.

Our Timeline


Launched H.O.P.E


Adopted Girl’s Correctional Facility, Idi-araba

Adopted Lagos State Model College, Meiran

Launched CITY Summer Camp in partnership with House of Owen

Conducted series of educational and skill-based trainings at the adopted institutions

Launched iRespond in response to flood disaster in multiples states in Nigeria


Conducted the first Gathering of Salts programme

Conducted the first Summer Camp as a standalone organization

Conducted series of educational and skill-based trainings at adopted institutions.


Launched the Corper’s Action Fund

Organised an Easter outing at Girl’s Correctional Facility, Idi-araba

Received an honorary award from Lagos state in recognition of work done in Meiran


Launched the H.O.P.E Excel Series

Launched the CITY Fellows Programme

Corper’s Action Fund became a subset of CITY Fellows

Introduced the use of workbooks in CITY Summer Camp

Held the first multi-location CITY Summer Camp covering Lagos, Ibadan and Abuja

Conducted an entrepreneurial workshop tagged DREAM Project alongside another NGO, AWP Network


Introduced gamification approach to curriculum delivery

Conducted a CITY Bootcamp at Oshodi Comprehensive High School

Partnered with Victory Drugs to conduct a Health Awareness Programme for over 5 Secondary Schools in Lagos

2017 – 2019

CITY Summer Camp covering Lagos/Ota, Abuja, Ibadan and Port-Harcourt

Conducted CITY Trainings in several schools in Lagos, Ogun and Port-Harcourt

Ran several online Advocacy Projects in honour of World International Days

Supported a rural community project managed and run by a volunteer to address politics and distributed some relief materials

Ran a CITY Training in the Special Correctional Center for Girl’s Correctional Facility, Idi-Araba

Held a medical outreach in collaboration with Covenant University Community Development Initiative for David Oyedepo Day of Service (H.O.P.E Week of Service activity)