In its unemployment and underemployment report released by the Nigerian Bureau of Statistics (NBS) stated the country’s unemployment rate grew from 10.4 percent in the last quarter in 2015 to 12.1 percent in Q1 2016 leaving another 1.5 million unemployed. This also means that this percentage are not skilled to get a Jobs or not equipped to start a business.
Statement of the Problem
Focus on training the future of the country by building leaders who are able to take charge of decisions made in their society and also chart a successful future for themselves. In a nutshell, TFESS aims:
To reshape the foundation and introduce global standards
To pitch self-sustaining product design/ideas to change the course of the Nigerian economy
To establish basic principles and ethics
To empower and build young Nigerians, thereby reducing unemployment in the country.
Supporting Youth in Nigeria
Helping 5000 young people over the next 12 months take meaningful steps towards a career
We invite you to be a partner as we invest in young people to make them employable or be employers of labor by bridging the skills gap.
We recognize you as a body that is clearly committed to the social and human capital development. TFESS presents a veritable platform for you to further extend this commitment.