What We Do

A few things we’re great at

Nigeria ranks third nation where seven percent of the world’s poorest lives. This translates to 67.1% of Nigerians living below the poverty line. Our team at Sparks Foundation comprise specialists, experts and volunteers from diverse fields, cultures and backgrounds. From this, we draw strength to implement Baseline/Formative Research; Community Health Programmes covering Primary Health Care, Maternal New Born Child Health (MNCH), Family Planning, Sexual & Reproductive health; Communicable and Non-Communicable Disease Prevention and Control including STI/HIV/ AIDS, Malaria, Tuberculosis, Breast and Cervical Cancer; Development and Empowerment Programs e.g. Trainings, as well as Micro-Finance, Social Welfare and Youth Engagement e.g. Mentoring Programs, Trade Groups, Entrepreneurship Networks.

Our intervention programmes target four (4) broad thematic areas to develop the skills and capacity of communities and provide sustainable means of wealth and job opportunities.


We work with communities, civil society organizations, private sector and governments as well as form partnerships, both local and international, to deliver sustainable solutions to endemic and health challenges in Nigerian communities.


Education and skills acquisition are at the heart of what we do. We use technology to develop Capacity of people in diverse areas as well as provide access to resources and technology systems for development and empowerment.


We provide resources to encourage disadvantaged children and youths to attend school. We also provide targeted computing skills training for girls to encourage their involvement and increased enrollment in  (STEM) Programmes.


We empower communities with knowledge, technical skills and finance to assist meet their needs and those of their dependents such that they are able to build a sustainable income stream and achieve their dream of financial freedom.