About Us


A time in the Nigerian society when vulnerable children have access to equitable and quality education and welfare, irrespective of their socio-economic background


To create a sustainable platform for advocacy on the rights of vulnerable children and to provide educational sponsorship, mentoring and psychosocial support for them.

ABOUT Fair Hope for Children Initiative (FHCI)

Fair Hope for Children Initiative is a registered, incorporated, non-religious and not-for-profit organization. It was established in the year 2011 as a result of the need to secure the future of the Nigerian child, with special reference to vulnerable children, who, as a result of their socio-economic background, have little or no chance to equitable education. Also, the organization was established to create awareness among parents and care givers on the rights of children to education and protection. Fair Hope is also registered with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in the US. What this means is that the educational and holistic welfare of vulnerable children in the US is equally a concern of Fair Hope. Just as in Nigeria, vulnerable children abound in the American society.

There is no gainsaying that education affects the choices individuals make in life. More so, the greatest gift to a child is the roots of responsibility and the wings of opportunities to reach greater heights. For these reasons, Fair Hope for Children Initiative seeks to ensure that vulnerable children are sponsored educationally. A major objective of Fair Hope is to help less privileged children shape their future and nurture their educational development. This will enable the children exhume and exhibit their innate potentials, which will in turn have ripple effect on their future and the society as a whole.

Against this background, it is our utmost aspiration at Fair Hope that vulnerable children are given the opportunity to make the best of life through access to improved and quality education. Fair Hope pays particular attention to vulnerable children on the streets, children whose care givers are late or lack the financial capacity to carter for their educational development, remote and densely populated communities and local government with low school enrolment.