Seedbuilders Foundation, through a series of incubation and entrepreneurship promotion programs, is building a strong network of social enterprises with an enlarged capacity to thrive and serve as key employers of labor. We empower young entrepreneurs to do more good by creating successful enterprises.
We focus on enterprises with high potential for social impact. The incubation and business support programs have primary objectives of identifying, nurturing and encouraging disruptive social innovations using technology to drive sustainable growth and finding solutions to problems within our environment. Young Entrepreneurs with disruptive ideas that can transform government, security, education, finance, healthcare, agriculture, and social justice are identified and supported through funding and other business support services.
We give these young entrepreneurs the tools, guidance, and connections to make their businesses run more efficiently, innovate, and become scalable. This is achieved by creating the required environment and technical business support for the launch, steady flight, and higher scaling.
At Seedbuilders Foundation, we know that inclusion matters. With a significant female population of over 101m persons and a growth rate of over 2.5% in Nigeria. The female population plays a crucial role in the socio-economic development and advancement of Nigeria. We believe that the proper inclusion of young girls and women in the local communities with our education, skills acquisition, and entrepreneurship development programs will greatly impact local communities thus improving their lives.
The female population plays a crucial role in the socio-economic development and advancement of Nigeria. We believe that the proper inclusion of young girls and women in the local communities with our education, skills acquisition, and entrepreneurship development programs will greatly impact local communities thus improving their lives.
We are constantly designing digital skill acquisition programs that are implemented through partnerships with several state governments, youthfocused agencies and organizations and development bodies.
We are passionate about preparing the youths of Nigeria for improved livelihood through access to relevant skills that position them for gainful employment in today’s world of work.
Over the last few years, we have partnered with the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) to offer 100% free training to fresh graduates across some states in Nigeria. The corp members have been trained in the areas of Web Design and Software Development, Data Analysis, Digital Marketing, Content Creation, Graphics Design and Creative Art, Business Planning and Proposal Writing etc.
Seedbuilders offers a wide range of Qualitative and Quantitative Research Services to private, public and social organizations. We offer unique solutions across various institutions ranging from agriculture, healthcare, governance, the public sector, and the development sector. Our in-depth and objective analysis gives a deeper understanding of the macro and micro forces shaping the socio-economic and political environment.
Our broad range of research services caters to every data collection, analysis and forecast need in Nigeria. They include qualitative and quantitative research methods for data gathering at national, state and smaller tier-3 levels which is useful in public and developmental decision-making.
Using sophisticated methodologies, our team of analysts conduct customized and discreet research to help leading institutions and international NGOs assess trends, uncover social patterns and conditions.
We also strengthen the local community with research capacities for Youths and Women by training them on analytical tools that can be used to diagnose and visualize projects and their impact on the community.
The Seedbuilders Foundation is a not-for-profit dedicated to Promoting Technology & Social Innovation, Youth Entrepreneurship Development & Skills Acqusition, Inclusion for Young Girls and Women, Advocates for Gender Based Violence Survivors, Research for Socio-Economic Advancement