To Digitally Equip 10,000 Students Living With Disability By 2025

We believe, there is Techability in disability, It is up to them to act!


Borne out of the resolve to develop children living with disability; as a mother of a beautiful girl (Adetutu Disu) suffering from hearing and speaking impairment (Deaf). Prior to adopting her she was neglected because they did not know how to support her. So I got involved with her life, academics where she was transformed and emereged as the overall best student in both Junior and senior secondary school. Our connection highlighted the great bigger challenges of abandonment outright neglect, exploitation and abuse of this students leading to school dropout or teenage pregnancy. Hence, we are committed to digitally Educate, Equip, and Enlist student leveraging on our core values, Transparency, Respect, Integrity, Passion (TRIP) for these beneficiaries to be financial independence resulting from the training and mentorship program.


We are focused on educating secondary school students living with disability tech skills.


To train or learners online marketing skills to drive visibility and conversion of their products to gain financial independence


To enlist our learners for mentoring and job placement with our collaborators.


Who We Are

Learntor Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) registered under the Corporate and Affair Commission of the federal republic of Nigeria with approval by Lagos State from District VI. We are founded by Mercy George-Igbafe, a devoted and passionate volunteer and mother of a child living with a disability

What We Do

Our focus is educate, equip and enlist students living with disabilities through our online trainingand soft skills training whilst providing mentoring opportunities for financial independence

Our Program

Learntor Foundation through its partnership with other Lagos state Secondary Schools have ongoing weekly training on social media marketing skills every Wednesday. We are scheduled for a Trade fair where the learners would come to showcase their products

Meet Adesusu Ditu

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