Community Sponsorship© is a voluntary individual giving platform where you make regular (monthly/annual) donations in a structured way in support of ActionAid’s work of lifting the most impoverished and excluded communities across the country out of poverty.

This creates an opportunity for you to make a difference in the lives of poor girls, boys women and men whose right to a dignified life has been denied. You are contributing to the fight to eradicate poverty by supporting excluded communities in claiming their right to simple things like the rights to quality public education, primary public health care, right to food, right to stay on their land and having a say in the decisions that shape their lives.

Our Thematic Area

Our work in education is female biased. The main goal of our programming in education is to eliminate gender disparities in basic education. Read More

ActionAid’s work in Women’s Rights seeks to change unequal power relations between men and women in Nigeria with focus on increasing women’s participation in decision making processes. Read More

In emergencies, we provide immediate survival kits in food and non-food items, with women and children as priority. ActionAid uses the Community Based Approach to Conflict Transformation and Peace Building to address the issues of build up of tension and eruption of violent conflicts across Nigeria. Read More

Right to Health is one of the priority areas in which ActionAid works in Nigeria. Our focus within the theme is the improvement of sexual and reproductive health within our focal communities by working with government, institutions and the organizations of poor people to strengthen the system with relevant policies implementation. Read More

ActionAid focuses on addressing key challenges small scale farmers ‑ especially women face in the effective engagement of agricultural governance, access of women farmers to and control of land, agricultural inputs and credit facilities and the promotion of pro-poor policies and practices to ensure food right. Read More