Provide Access to Education to 1,000 People by 2030


According to UNESCO, there are currently 20 million out-of-school children in Nigeria, close to 20% of the total population. This menace poses a great risk to the development of the biggest economy and the most populous black nation on earth. KAF is solving this problem one community at a time, starting with Ibadan, by providing scholarships to students from low-income families, supplying learning and teaching resources to schools, and equipping instructors with the skills and tools required for them to provide a great quality of education to their students and communities. It is our vision to put 1,000 students back in school by 2030.

Scholarship Award at the Karim Adeyemi Foundation During the Essay Competition Award Ceremony


Oyo State has the highest number of out-of-school children in the southwest region, according to StatiSense. This means thousands of children are missing out on their right to education, limiting their future opportunities and impacting the state's development.
Education is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty and inequality. It empowers individuals and communities, fosters economic growth, and creates a brighter future for all.


KAF Education trust fund to support 100 indigent students annually, reach 1000 persons by 2030 and impact about 20000 persons.

Engage 20 to 50 volunteers with a difference annually. Our  volunteers enjoy a collaborative and experience enriching environment

Create communities of influence through willing KAF friends who want to grow communities for good and change just where you are.



Goal 500,000


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