Chibuzor Mirian Azubuike is the author of the best selling book The Girl Who Found Water and founder of Haske Water Aid and Empowerment Foundation. An NGO that has provided water for over 20,000 persons in rural communities and youth empowerment. As a researcher and youth leader, she has being selected for several local and international fellowships, grants and awards. They include.
1. National Youth Service State Honours Award and nomination for National Award,
2. The Conversation grant for business, Lagos
3. Associate Fellowship of Commonwealth Society, UK
4. Mandela Washington Fellowship, USA
5. Mandela Washington Fellowship, Speaker Travel Grant, South Africa
6. Mandela Washington Practicum, Lagos
7. Harry Frank Guggenheim, Young African Scholar Award, USA
8. Yengching Global Symposium, China
9. Social Science Research Council, Next Generation of African Scholars
10. Brown University, Institute of Advanced Research. USA etc.
She has traveled to the US, UK, France, Germany Tanzania, South Africa, Mozambique and Ghana to access these opportunities, on fully funded trips without paying a dime for flight and all expenses. She has over ten years of experience as a seminar facilitator and involvement in community development. She has engaged over 10,000 youths through her book.
I get a lot of requests from people who would like to learn how to apply and source for grants, complaining that most grant writing trainings are very expensive and they cannot afford.
So I was able to get three powerful women.
They run social enterprises (social enterprises are business that solves social problems) to show you:
And many more.
These women who will facilitate the training with me are not motivational speakers, so you will learn practical techniques. Nothing will be hidden.
The class is almost free. It’s value is worth more than N100,000, we have invested heavily in personal development to get to this point.
You can pay only N2,500 to get the replay.
1. Business Owners/ Entrepreneurs
2. NGO Leaders
3. People interested in working for a Business or NGO
4. People who want to be grant writers. You can make a decent sum writing grants for people. Grants writers charge N150,000 or more!
Please note that there is no age barrier.
Nkem Okocha is a serial award-winning social entrepreneur. She is passionate about the change that is possible from investing in poor women in underserved communities. And her vision is guided by the saying that “No woman chooses to be poor, but we can choose to help poor women by investing in them”.
Nkem is the founder of Mamamoni, a FinTech social enterprise that empowers low-income rural-and-urban slum women with free vocational and financial skills, and small loans. Mamamoni’s web platfor allows socially-conscious individuals to lend to low-income women money for their small businesses. In the last 4 years, Mamamoni has been able to set-up a liquid wash enterprise, Levantar, which is fast becoming a household name. Low-income women in the community are trained and few of them are employed in the enterprise as factory workers. This enterprise has been able to sustain the Mamamoni initiative extensively. Since inception over 7000 low-women have been impacted.
Nkem is a 2015 Tony Elumelu Foundation Alumna, 2016 outstanding LEAP Africa Social Innovator, Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) alumna, GSBI® accelerator Alumna and a 2017 Mandela Washington Fellow, A 2020 Innovative Justice Accelerator and She is passionate about Women Empowerment, Financial Inclusion, Technology and Entrepreneurship.
Adejoke LASISI is an African fabric designer and environmentalist. She’s the founder of Planet 3R and Jokelinks Weaving School.
She holds a bachelors degree in Economics from Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife. She also holds a certificate in Entrepreneurial Management from EDC Lagos, Nigeria. Adejoke is also saving the planet using her weaving skills by converting textile and plastic wastes into innovative products.
Adejoke enjoys volunteering in entrepreneurship activities both here in Nigeria and abroad.
She is a 2016 Alumnus of the EDC Lagos/ Cherie Blair Foundation Road to Women’s Business Growth in Nigeria and a pioneer Cohort member of the YALI Regional Leadership Center West Africa Accra, Ghana 2015.
She is AYEEN 2014 Business Grant Winner, a recipient of the YALI SPIRIT AWARD at the YALI Regional Leadership Center West Africa Accra, Ghana in the Young African Leaders Initiative YALI 2015 and was the runner-up for Franco-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce grant competition in 2016. She was nominated as the best indigenous textile designer at the ACE Awards 2017 and 2018. She also emerge as one of Akin Alabi Business grant winners in 2017.
She is also 7eleven foundation grant winner in 2017. She received a grant for a light manufacturing through SMEDAN in 2018.
She was nominated for the National MSME awards 2018 in Nigeria held at Aso-rock Abuja.
She is a recipient of GEM grant (World Bank partnered with Federal government of Nigeria) and BlackKnightng in 2019.
She also received a grant award from Vice president of Nigeria through NYEES platform held in May 2019 at Abuja. Adejoke emerged as one the Top5 Nigeria Creative Business Cup 2019 Pitching Contest.
Also, she was certified in 2019 by First Technical University as a technical University trainer.
She has showcased her products at various events and exhibitions both home and abroad.
Her work and her journey has been featured on ALJAZEERA, BBC, CHANNELS TV, TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER, PUNCH NEWSPAPER, NTA and some other popular blogs.
Her organization also emerged as one of the Top50 Big Bang Business Competition organized by the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation UC Davis, USA.
Adejoke emerged as the National MSME of the year 2020 for using her weaving skill to save the planet by converting Plastic and Textile wastes into Eco-friendly products.
She was also awarded by the President of Nigeria as one of the five young INNOVATORS at Aso villa Nigeria in 2020.
She recently won the Africa green grant award 2020 organized by Eleven Eleven Twelve Foundation.
Anisah Ari is a social justice advocate, working to improve the lot of marginalised groups through policy reforms and practice shift. She possess a Masters in Peace & Security and currently serves as the Director of Programmes & Administration with WRAPA. She has worked & understands the dynamics of funders like the British Council, EU, USAID, SIDA, UN, MacArthur Foundation, Ford Foundation, Malala Foundation. She comes with 15years experience in the development sector.
You can do a bank transfer of N3,500.
Payment via transfer comes with extra N1000 administrative fee.
Account Name: Haske Impact Academy
Name of Bank: V Bank (VFD Microfinance Bank)
Account No: 4600115491
Then send evidence of payment to
In this course, you will learn 10 things you need to start doing to enable you to win fully fellowships. Fellowships are short learning opportunities that will most times require that you travel abroad. Here I added an extra bonus on how you can leverage fellowships to network your way to breakthrough.
It’s going to be different from other courses you have attended because you will be leveraging the practical experiences of different experts in the field
Yes, you can use the link to pay and input their email.
Or pay via transfer and send us a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and put your phone number and the phone number of who you want to gift the course.
Enrollment can end anytime soon. The price can go back to its formal price.