WJ Mudolo Academic Scholarship (MAS) Program

The MAS Program aims to provide merit-based educational opportunities to the deserving youth of Africa which faces financial hindrances on the path to success. It is impressed into our philosophy that every child deserves educational enlightenment, to draw them from the darkness of ignorance into the light of knowledge, who further eliminate poverty, disparity and prejudice from their communities.

The Foundation's MAS Program covers educational opportunities for people from all walks of life, including kindergarten, primary, secondary/high school, vocational & technical training, certifications, diplomas, undergraduate degrees to master's level (in particular cases). Vocational and technical training certifications and diplomas are given priority in post-secondary scholarship applications. Inclination is observed towards deserving candidates aspiring to pursue STEM (Science, Technology, Educational and Mathematics) education which gravitates towards industrial development and modernization within Africa.

WJ Mudolo Christian Fellowship (MCF) Program

The Foundation seeks to equip the future Christian leaders in Africa with higher education, in order to provide incubation for fostering of evangelists, prophets, thinkers, leaders and spokesmen who shall take the lead among people to observe salvation and succeed before the God. The MCF Program, being a non-denominational educational aid scheme, shall be accessible and stand upon the membership of a club set-up under the program in all secondary/high schools in Africa. The MCF Program is an actual portrayal of God's commandment to observe care for His children to be developed and trained in the way they should, and that when they are old they will not depart from it (Proverbs 22:6). The Foundation shall, on its own motion, consider high school students who have been members of the fellowship clubs in their respective schools for at least three (3) years prior to completion of high school for all-inclusive sponsorship to study their chosen theological and religious courses from a panel of related institutes, colleges or universities, irrespective of the grades obtained. The sponsored courses exclusively pertain to certifications, diplomas, high diplomas and undergraduate degrees only. The MCF Program shall be offered on subjective basis until 2025 for high-school graduates. Practicing pastors below 50 years of age aiming to advance or who do not possess a theological school degree may also qualify for post-secondary theological studies sponsorship within the endorsed program plan. Enrollment into the MCF Program inherently grants MCF Membership.


WJ Mudolo Support for Science and Mathematics Teachers (MSSM) Program

Under the MSSM Program, support is provided in the form of direct scholarships to individual teachers and students of science and mathematics, as well as indirect funds to organizations dedicated to enhance and develop professional skills of science and mathematics teachers in high school or technical and vocational institutes. Through improved tutelage and instruction, the program strives to ultimately benefit learners in these subjects, improving their performance and grades scored in them, and surging their chances to find a place in fine and reputed professional institutions instructing competitive disciplines including medicine, engineering, sciences, accounting, finance and commerce.

Owing to a severe lack of proper professional, technical or vocational education, the African youth is faced with acute unemployment across the continent, which keeps its population's participation in the region's economic activity at a low level, and further plunges the economic situation down. Acute and persistent unemployment due to unaccomplished individuals reaps intimidating social curses such as crimes, violent attitudes, human abuse, societal complex, human suffering and instability. The MSSM aims to nurture an entire generational cohort, with a vast array of skills and expertise, that would cause shift in trends and will transform the region into secondary sector industries while creating further employment.

WJ Mudolo Arts Initiative (MAI)

Under the MAI Project, the Foundation seeks to assist artists within the communities to avail dedicated funds provided for enhancement of skills, promotion/showcasing of art, business generation, project funding as well as for any other scheme for advancement of their career as artists as approved by the Foundation from time to time.

The Foundation under this program grants subsidies for a maximum period of one year to artists, being individuals, groups or organizations. The said subsidy may be used by such artist for development activities essential to them, which must be outlined in an application called the Artist Development Schedule, which is to be submitted to the Foundation. Accompanying such application shall be a video of the artist's original content or work, made without any financial support, to be verified & analyzed by the appropriate personnel at the Foundation for approval of funds. Amongst the applicants, artists appearing as groups, and who are physically challenged or differently-abled will be given preference while granting funds.

WJ Mudolo Sports Development (MSD) Program

The Foundation looks and treats sporting more than just a game, for reasons that sports encourages social interaction, builds mutual ties, maintains health, promotes teamwork and inculcates a sense of belonging amongst the participants with each other and the community. It is for this reason that the Foundation has incorporated sports as an essential apparatus to break the ice, deal with social hurdles and establish peace in some of Africa's most dangerous places.

Providing grants to facilitate growth and access to community-level sports lies at the heart of the program's ideology, whereby the Foundation recognizes and specially supports non-governmental organizations focused on developing sporting activities in Africa. The MSD Program also includes endowment of large-scale funds to assist development of sports infrastructure including stadiums and sports complexes and supporting local tournaments along with coaching academies and clubs for improvement of sporting conditions for participants and athletes.



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