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Millions of Nigerians are unable to access quality education or healthcare and cannot afford a decent living. Knowing this, businesses, non-profit organizations, individuals and the government have invested extensively in social development, but problems persist. A primary reason why this is so is because our social sectors are program-rich, but system poor. Though several organizations work on solving the complex issues in these sectors, they often do so in isolation leading to diffused effort and limited impact.


To bridge this gap, United Way Greater Nigeria serves as a backbone organization for social change. We facilitate outcome-focused cross-sector coordination, bringing together businesses, individuals and non-profit organizations to deliver measurable, meaningful changes for low and lower-middle income Nigerians. We also partner with companies to help them realize their employee-engagement efforts and achieve their social responsibility goals. We are committed to facilitating sustainable social development for educated, empowered Nigerians who are able to make positive health choices and attain financial independence.


United Way Greater Nigeria envisions a country where all people attain their full potential in education, sustainable income and healthy lives through diverse individuals and communities that care and celebrate giving.


To realize our vision, we aim to be the leading non-profit organization in Nigeria with the largest impact on education, healthcare and income. We improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities to advance the common good.


United Way Greater Nigeria strives to meet the following objectives under each line of action:

Education: Contribute to the provision of access to quality education over time through programs that focus on early learning, eliminate barriers to education for the girl child, facilitate the acquisition of concrete skills for employment, address specific learning difficulties, and enhance opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

Healthcare: Contribute to the prevention of disease through a focus on health education and preventive care, and engage in programs that facilitate a reduction in the number of Nigerians who suffer from tropical and communicable diseases.

Financial Stability: Contribute to the financial stability of low and lower-middle income individuals and families, with special emphasis on skills to employment/ entrepreneurship and financial literacy.


At this initial stage, United Way Greater Nigeria has identified skills to employment as its primary program. The program will give a special emphasis to vocational education.

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