What is Life Touchers Africa Network all about?
A better life for young women can mean many things. A girl who completes her schooling grows into a woman who is better able to look after her health and that of her children. By finishing schooling herself, she will care more that her children finish theirs and be better able to support them while they are in school
Mission and Vision Statement
What drives us?
Enhancing the wellbeing of women and girls through empowerment, education and improved health.
At Life Touchers Africa Network, we are aimed at contributing our quota in reducing poverty, improving health, reducing hunger, improving education and reducing inequalities.
Our Aim and Objectives
Empowering and encouraging women and girls in Africa and foreign immigrant and refugee communities to invest in businesses.
Food donations and credit facilities for agricultural projects among women and girls in Africa and foreign Immigrant and refugee communities.
Training, scholarships & sponsorships at various levels for women and girls in African & foreign immigrant and refugee communities.
Empowering and encouraging women and girls in Africa and foreign immigrant and refugee communities to invest in businesses thereby, improving their lives.
Improved knowledge and skills acquisition, and providing soft loans for businesses for women and girls in Africa and foreign immigrant and refugee communities.
Improved education for women and girls in Africa and foreign immigrant and refugee communities by encouraging them to go to school through sponsorships.
Meet our founder & president
Dr. Bola Oyelakin Ogungbadejo
Dr. Bola Oyelakin Ogungbadejo is a HR professional, project manager, author and speaker who resides in the United Kingdom.
Word from the Founder
Let us tell you a story. Once upon a time, a young lady felt like the world was on her shoulders. She had big dreams but wondered how they could ever get actualised from her little corner. She concluded that her friends with smaller dreams than hers, who were getting ahead with life faster than she could imagine, were luckier than her. So, when she was alone and behind closed doors, she would whimper or cry, wondering if she was on the wrong side of the earth’s surface.