About Us

¬ A life that cannot impact another is a useless life ¬

Who we are!

The Inside Out with Agatha Foundation (IOWAF) is a non-profit organization that supports the development of women and youth in underserved communities. In the past years, IOWAF has empowered over 10,000 vulnerable women and youths through its programmes which includes

Goal 3

Good Health and Well-Being: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

Goal 4

Quality Education: To ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

Goal 5

Gender Equality: To achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls; through Mentoring and advocacy programs that caters and aims to improve the general well-being of young girls especially with respect to the prevalent societal issues girls are faced with.

Our Mission

To advocate for change through storytelling, and help women and youth in underserved communities become economically independent by providing access to information, capacity building, and empowerment initiatives.

Our Vision

To create a world with zero barriers for women and youth

Our Objective

To transform the lives of over 100,000 women and youth in underserved communities through our empowerment programs and over 50M+ people through our media platforms (conventional & new media platform) by 2027.


Frances was a University undergraduate in her final year that almost dropped out due to lack of funds to complete her course. She was happy to receive educational grant from IOWAF to pay her final year school fees. Today, she is a graduate

Thank you IOWAF!
Bolaji is a young man who moved to Lagos in search of greener pastures. He was informed about IOWAF’s free vocational skill training by his Uncle who encouraged him to partake in it. He particularly took interest in the shoe and bag making classes we had in 2019, today; he owns his own shoe making business.
Mrs Lilian is a widow with three children with no means of livelihood to support her children through school. She was happy she took part in the IOWAF’s free Vocational training for Widows and Vulnerable Women, particularly the catering classes. Today, she runs a store where she sells snacks (pastries) and catering materials which she uses to support her children.
Mrs Lilian
Funmi is a young lady who lost both her eye sight to glaucoma. She needed help with adjusting to her new normal, especially because she was a newly wedded bride and did not want to be a burden to her husband. She was happy that IOWAF was able to support with funds to purchase a braille machine that helped her relearn to read, and eventually get her back her life and confidence.


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