Of the 59 million out-of-school children of primary school age, 32 million, or more than one-half, live in sub-Saharan Africa. - UNESCO

We are working with partner communities through sponsorships, providing access to learning materials, bridging the digital divide through online learning and e-mentoring while ensuring that schools remain safe spaces for adolescents around the world.

Our vision can only be achieved through partnerships and
collaborations: Together we can reach more children in
marginalized communities

Impact in numbers






7 - 10









Our current projects

Access to books (A2B)

This program aims to establish a library procedure within schools with all students having express access to books and learning materials while also developing a culture of active reading through TIF Debate Clubs, iRead Initiative, and Flipped Classrooms.

Bariga Walk-in Community Library

We recently established a walk-in community library for the children in Bariga community to provide them with access to books and learning materials during and after the school closure period and also protect them from COVID-19 while at it.

iRead Book Club

This initiative fosters a reading culture in students across the country and brings them together in an online space where they read, review, and discuss texts.

Stem For All

This initiative is in partnership with Project 9 Foundation, Lifematics
Centre and Rubies Technology. We are providing STEM classes weekly for a
year for teenagers in Bariga community, Lagos to equip them with
adequate tech education that will accelerate their growth in society.

TIF Mentoring Programme

The IQRA Foundation provides mentorship and scholarship to students in public schools and less-privileged communities. This program aims to provide career mentoring and economic empowerment through vocational training/counseling.

Bariga Community Mentoring Program

Our mentoring program has launched in Bright Achievers Academy, Bariga, Lagos where we have 20 students currently participating in the program.

Surulere Girls Mentoring Program

We currently have 20 students under our mentorship program in Surulere Girls High School Lagos, and 6 students benefiting from the scholarship program.

Project wash

This initiative focuses on increasing access to sustainable toilet facilities, water supply, and hand washing facilities in partner schools to reduce the prevalence of WASH-related diseases and promote personal hygiene and environmental practices.

COVID Relief

We provided 6 handwashing stations for Biney Memorial Primary School and Anglican Primary School in community in Lagos. This will help curb the spread of COVID-19 and ensure children are protected from the virus while at school.

Enugu Toilet Project

We built a toilet infrastructure at WTC Primary School that houses 6 blocks of restrooms and serves over 3000 children and teachers. This ensures that the menace of open defecation is curbed in the community.

Our past projects

(Ebonyi, Enugu, Ogun, Oyo, Lagos)

We have worked with 10 schools across 4 states and impacted over 6000 students through initiatives that improved access to books and fostered active reading.

Created and renovated existing libraries, and created opportunities for cultural exchange programs that allow for inclusive participation of girls on a global scale.

Specifically in the past 4 years, the organization has awarded 1 million naira in scholarships.

Provided one on one mentoring to scholar students with mentees attaining 5 or more credits in one SSCE attempt.

Provided 2 fully functional multi-unit toilet facilities to serve students and teachers in 2 schools whereby resolving the menace of bush defecation and directly impacting absenteeism rates at the schools.