Isọdọkan is a Yoruba word meaning ecumenical, comprehensive or universal. Our organisation’s operations comprise a series of projects intended to support youth in underserved and/or poverty-stricken communities through programs that strengthen self-efficacy, develop practical skills as well as increase acumen and social awareness.
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Isọdọkan’s mission is to engender positive and sustainable changes in the lives of disadvantaged, underserved and underrepresented youth, especially those living in poverty-stricken communities. In so doing, our organization aspires to help shape better communities and break intergenerational cycles of poverty.
In order to achieve this, we develop programs targeted at youth in disadvantaged and/or poverty-stricken areas that:
- increase access to education
- create new economic opportunities
- provide intervention meals to feed the hungry
- provide basic housing through self-assisted projects
- provide access to basic healthcare services and insurance programs
- provide a platform for self-development and opportunity to create a future for themselves
Isọdọkan envisions a world where young people grow up in safe, nurturing environments.
Our PhilosophyOur philosophy in developing these programs recognizes the complex interconnectedness of individuals, communities, corporations, and political bodies. Working with non-governmental organizations (NGO’s), and other non-profit groups aligned with our mission, we undertake an inclusive approach that involves community leaders, local businesses, global corporations and governing officials in implementing programs.