MISSION & VISION

What we do:
at Chaleinstitute

Research
Educate
Advocate

Research is the basis for our intervention in education and advocacy for liberty. Our research focus is on public policy and market research, aimed at determining the suitability and desirability of specific products, services and public policies in satisfying the needs of customers/citizens for prosperity and sustainable development.

By gathering empirical data that are scientifically analysed, interpreted and passed through peer review mechanisms, we help create a better society, where businesses, governments and the citizens are better informed on how to get the best deals and prosper rapidly, through free market exchanges and voluntary cooperation.

Liberty means freedom. Freedom from poverty, hunger, illiteracy, inequality, injustice, oppression etc.

There are specific conditions that foster poverty and specific conditions that foster prosperity either for individuals, corporate organisations or nations.

Through research analysis, we help individuals, corporate organisations and nations recognise these conditions and make the best decisions in every situation.

Educate

Ignorance is the barrier, education is the key to freedom.

We are committed to promoting education generally, especially basic literacy which should be attained by every individual but more precisely, we have specialised in teaching the “ideas of liberty”.

We want people to “learn to be free” from poverty (SDG goal 1), free from hunger, etc

Therefore we organise or collaborate with other organisers of specialised courses, workshops, seminars, high-level training, coaching and mentoring classes through which we train mostly business leaders, thought leaders, researchers, educators, public intellectuals and policymakers who are thereby empowered through their better-informed activities to impact millions of lives, accelerating the process of freeing Africa from the shackles of hunger and poverty.

By Advocacy, we mean the art of persuasion, be it in marketing a product, promoting a service or popularising a social change campaign.

Through research and education, we lay a solid foundation for data-driven advocacy to promote economic prosperity and ensure sustainable development in Africa.

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Board
Of Advisors

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Mrs Manali Shah

Manali Shah finds meaning in helping individuals and organisations reconnect with their core purpose, values and vision. She has over 17 years of work experience with civil society organisations and donors across various domains
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Ms.Omolola Olarinde

Lecturer, Department of Economics, Elizade University, Ilara-Mokin, Ondo State, Nigeria
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Adenike Akinsemolu

Adenike Akinsemolu is an environmental educator and the founder of the Green Institute, the first Nigerian research institution that subsidizes college tuition costs through a waste management program while training leaders that will systematically transform attitudes about environmentalism in Africa’s most populated and polluted country.
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Banke Oloba

OLAGBEGI-OLOBA Victoria Banke is American Bar Association Section on International Law’s Liaison/Ambassador to Nigerian Bar Association. She is a Lecturer in Law, Researcher, Mediator, Arbitrator and Libertarian. She holds an LLM from the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria. Currently, She is a PhD candidate, and her PhD Research focuses on Dispute Resolution/Access to Justice in Nigeria.

Board
Of Directors

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Feyisade Adeyemi

Feyisade Charles Adeyemi is a trans-disciplinary educator and development practitioner. He teaches citizenship education and tourism-related courses at Elizade University, he’s the Academic Director; Students for Liberty (Africa) and the founder of Chale Institute.
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Kofi Addai Acheampong

Addai Acheampong graduated from University for Development Studies where he studied Integrated Development Studies with a major in Social and Development Administration. He`s the co-founder of Read to Lead Foundation whose aim is to help build reading habits among school-going kids
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Adelabu Boluwaji

Adelabu Boluwaji enjoys exploring the world, through the lens of a camera and capturing narratives that promotes liberty.
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Feyisayo Adeyemi

Feyisayo Adeyemi is the founder of Nantygreens.com and a digital marketing professional.
He graduated with a B.A in English from Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba Akoko and has since been navigating the lines between arts and technology. He has worked in various capacities across Public Relations, Marketing, Advertising, New Media & Online Publishing and Online Marketing.
Feyisayo is currently leading the SEO (Search Engine Optimization) team for Jumia Group ventures – Jumia Travel & Jumia Food in Africa

Who
we are

The Word "Chale"
Chale has its origins amongst the Ga people in Ghana and has become part of West-African Pop-Culture. It means friend, buddy, and acquaintance e.t.c. The word is used for every individual, it is a celebration of individualism. We use the word “Chale” to remind ourselves of the primacy of the individual as the basis for organizing society.
Mission Statement
To popularize an indigenous culture of liberty and sustainable development in Africa; through research, education and advocacy.
Vision Statement
A Free Africa
REAL Chale
We are Researchers, Educators and Advocates of Liberty (REAL) in Africa.
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Trusted and
Recommended

What people say about our African Ideas of Liberty Course

Absolutely spot-on!

Personally, this online course has widened my scope and perception of Africa culture and politics, as well as the conceptualization of liberty in relation to the true and indigenous Africa.

Mahmood Abdulbasit Adewole

"Liberty is actually inborn"

Yes, it was a learning point for me personally. Corroborated my ideas not only on the intended African level but on a global level. Taught me that liberty is actually inborn in ancient Africa it is not imported.

Mubaarak Itunuoluwa

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The right time investment

This course has made me more enlightened about our individual responsibility to better the society using our free will as much as it does not affect the well-being of others

Favour Jackson P.

Well designed Course Material!

The introductory remarks by the Instructor are precise and cultivate enthusiasm. The course materials are well designed to increase the knowledge pool of the learner. A continuous development. Great work!

Kennedy Kinyua D

Get in Touch

Do you need help in facilitating your events, workshops, seminars, symposia, e.t.c ? or in developing your proposals, business plans, market surveys, social impact assessments, running a social media campaign e.t.c. ? let us know how we may help.

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    OUR LOCATIONSWhere to find us
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    12 Chris Akinro Close, off Agungi road, Lekki, Lagos.
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    The Chale Institute (TCHALEI) is a non-governmental, non-political, non-profit, educational foundation. Our success depends on the support of corporate and individual donors
    ChaleinstituteHeadquarters
    The Chale Institute (TCHALEI) is not an accredited academic institution. Therefore, we do not offer academic degrees or diplomas. Our promise is that on our platform, you are free to learn and through our platform, you will ‘Learn to be Free’.
    OUR LOCATIONSWhere to find us
    https://chaleinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/img-footer-map-3.png
    12 Chris Akinro Close, off Agungi road, Lekki, Lagos.
    GET IN TOUCHChale Social links
    The Chale Institute (TCHALEI) is a non-governmental, non-political, non-profit, educational foundation. Our success depends on the support of corporate and individual donors

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