Who We Are

Learning Through Skills Acquisition Initiative (LETSAI) is a non-for - profit, non-governmental and charity organization was established in June 2015. LETSAI was duly registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission in March 2018 with registration number CAC/IT/N0 107330.
LETSAI particularly targets women, youths, the most vulnerable members of the society; it addresses protection issues through sustainable livelihood, Gender Based Violence (GBV) and women empowerment inventions. The organization works with the relevant stakeholders to counteract violence extremism amongst youth and sensitizes women on GBV, management of survivors of violence by building and developing the skills of women and young girls. The organizational values include timeliness, good attitude, integrity, excellence and professionalism while mainstreaming gender in all her interventions.
In 2018 LETSAI carried GVB sensitization on women in conflict zones for 500 women from Bama and Damboa LGAs. Between 2015 and 2017, over 1000 IDP women from Jere, Guzamala, Bama, Damboa and Konduga hosted in Fori/Galtimari ward were trained on bead making, macramé, soap making and leather bag making Service.
At the apex of the LETSAI organization’s hierarchy is a team of competent board of trustees whom the executive director is answerable to. The executive director coordinates, manages, supervises, and supports the work of all staff of the organization. The executive director also manages the team comprising of the program managers, human resource manager, the finance and administrative manager, and the monitoring and evaluation officer.
LETSAI has a staff strength of fifteen highly motivated staffs with 5 volunteers, and 3 interns who have strong capacity for project management and management of donor funds. They have capacity to implement GVB, livelihood and humanitarian interventions. Program managers receive regular refresher trainings which have contributed immensely to strengthen their capacity.
LETSAI has a robust program management system that ensures accountability and transparent in program and fund management. All the programme managers report their activities to the coordinator. The finance and administrative managers ensure that internal control procedures are adhered to and expenditures are incurred in line with budget sub heads. The monitoring and evaluation officer ensures quality improvement through quantitative and qualitative assessment of processes, outputs and outcomes that lead to the desired impact. Other line staff and volunteers are attached with the different units headed by the programme officers and they assist the programme officers in carrying out specific duties associated with the units.

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