Every Child Deserves
an Opportunity

All children, no matter where they live or what their circumstances are, have the right to quality education in a conducive environment.

Our Mission

What We Do

Empowering Children

Children Empowerment Funds is an arm of Mission Enablers Africa, established to meet the educational and physical needs of Children in Northern Nigeria and other remote parts of Africa. Working with missionaries helped us see the wide educational gap that exists across Africa.

Driving Change

Our Impact

Since our establishment in 2018, we have impacted over 500 children, 20 communities 5 countries across the African continent.

Sierra Leone

We have built 6 blocks of classrooms in Sierra Leone


A school hall and 6 classrooms built in Northern Nigeria.


We have built 6 blocks of classrooms in Sierra Leone

Need Response

Education Support

We provide scholarships to ensure all children of school age are not denied the opportunity of a good education. We also provide basic instructional materials and daily meals to students.

Need Response

School Buildings & Supplies

The right environment is a necessity in educating the African child. We invest in the building and renovating of school infrastructures such as classrooms, libraries, computer labs and hostels across various African communities.

What Drives Us

To greatly reduce and eventually eradicate the use of uneducated children as preys/victims for religious extremist and political propaganda

Give us a hand

Explore Causes

We aim to help give quality education and other sources of support to children in Northern Nigeria and other African Countries.

Girls Hygiene Project

The Girls Hygiene Project which was held in Christian Learning Centre, Minna, Niger State to educate and empower 100 teenage girls regarding their menstrual and reproductive health.

The Back To School Project

This campaign will go a long way in ensuring children return to school so they can become useful members of society.

CEF Stories and News

Our Blog

When I was a child

  I remember vividly my childhood ordeals to some extent, especially my academic affairs. It’s never easy bringing up a child to become a bookworm

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