WeForGood International works with leading global and local institutions like the UN, World Bank, banks, etc to advance communities through support of entrepreneurial and non-profit missions . Temitayo Ade-Peters is the CEO of WeForGood (WFG). Last year, it made total grants close to $300,000 to its fellows, with $10,000-$20,000 grant typical. For this year, WeForGood has moved its training to Tekedia Mini-MBA Corporate which focuses on corporate training. Only Fellows who have gone through the Tekedia customized Mini-MBA program for WeForGood can qualify. For more, visit WeForGood application form and apply for consideration as a WFG fellow.
This training focuses on the WFG Sustainable Solutions Africa Project. The project is a blended fellowship and accelerator programme to promote skills for sustainable development, specifically for reducing unemployment and poverty alleviation on the continent. The initiative targets youths who have developed skills with which they create opportunities for themselves and others. WFG empowers start-ups and social entrepreneurs who run for-profit and not-for-profit businesses addressing one or more areas of the SDGs to amplify their impact through training, coaching and access to financial support.
WeForGood is a community that brings people and organisations together to act on causes they care about, employing technology as an enabler for effective citizenship, collaboration and participation in fulfilment of the Sustainable Development Goals, and for the overall wellbeing of communities. The aim of the community is to equip the everyday individual to go beyond ‘talk’ and take purposeful action. The platform connects and enables people with similar passion to turn their passion into power, and make collective impact.
Tekedia Mini-MBA Corporate is a customized version of the general Tekedia Mini-MBA designed for institutions by sector, phase of growth and organizational structure. It focuses on the same core theme of innovation, growth and digital execution.