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RGF young graduates entrepreneurship is a tool that could be employed and also deployed for profitable commission in order to tackle the growing rate of instability occasioned by underemployment and unemployment of this demographic.  One of RGF’s missions is to provide guidance and support financially and non-financially to young African graduates with the creative and innovative abilities and talents; who are willing and suitable to become entrepreneurs. Importantly, those who can launch and successfully develop their own marketable or social products and services, and who will ultimately become originators in the wider communities in which they work. Entrepreneurship can unleash the profitable eventuality of Africa’s young graduates and become a source of new jobs and growth, while perfecting their profitable independence line with UN sustainable goals (SDG) 4 – Quality Education; 8 – Decent work and Economic growth; 9 – Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure. 


At RGF, our business and social principles is fully aligned with the African Union’s Agenda 2063 goal No.2 – “Well educated citizens and skills revolution underpinned by Science, Technology and Innovation”. The youth Commission refers to the capability of an individual to make choices regarding his or her life. It enhances an existent’s or group’s capacity to make choices and transfigure those choices into asked conduct and outcome. However, they retain the capacity to make effective choices; that is, to restate their choices into asked conduct and issues, If a person or group is empowered. Youth commission is an attitudinal, structural, and artistic process whereby youthful people gain the capability, authority, and agency to make opinions and apply change in their own lives and the lives of other people, including youths and grown-ups.
RGF is positioned to facilitate that self-reflective approach through its offerings in a safe ecosystem of collaboration.


At RGF, we monitor and track relevant updates on young graduates and youth unemployment including other socio-economic metrics on a regular basis. We continually adapt our offerings based on such outcomes and impact for our Young graduates mentees, youth and society in general. For more details please visit the Nigerian Bureau of Statistics at:


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