Jos, Nigeria

Back2Back's second site, established in 2006.

Jos is the capital city of the Plateau State in the country of Nigeria. It is in the “middle belt” of the country.  The northern part of the country is primarily Muslim and the southern part is primarily Christian. Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa with about 1 in 5 Africans being Nigerian. Most Nigerians speak English. Nigeria is the fifth largest provider of oil to the United States. Most people live on less than $2 a day.

Back2Back began working in Nigeria in 2006. Back2Back owns and operates a community education center which provides tutoring and other programming for children in the local village. Back2Back also partners with area children’s homes and impoverished communities to provide deeper, more holistic care for children. Additionally, Back2Back’s Hope Education Program provides higher education, family-style living, vocational training, and life-skills training for teens.

Back2Back Solutions in Nigeria

PARTNER CHILDREN'S HOMES

Back2Back partners with orphanages in Jos to help them transition to family-style care.

HOPE EDUCATION PROGRAM

Students are breaking the cycle of generational poverty through education and vocational training.

TRANSITION PROGRAM

Helping orphaned and vulnerable young adults make the move to living independently.

STRONG FAMILIES

Keeping families together and reuniting those broken apart is always the #1 goal.

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Get Involved in Nigeria

TAKE A TRIP

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CHILD SPONSORSHIP

Be the difference for a child in Nigeria!

PROVIDE HOLISTIC CARE

Invest in a world where every child is known and loved.

Quit your day job and move to Nigeria.

We’re on a mission to end the orphan crisis, and we won’t stop until every child is known and loved. Want to join us on that mission in Nigeria?


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