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skilled to change the world
The majority of these children are orphaned and vulnerable living in single parent headed, grandparent headed or child headed households. The organization believes in the inherent potential in human beings that we ensure effective delivery of education and social services as vehicles of social change.


angelica ugo macdestiny


short profile

Angelica Ugo Macdestiny is a  Professional Educator, Trainer, Career Coach, and Counselor with experience in mentoring children (ranging from nursery to secondary level) and adults, both individually and in small mixed groups. She is passionate about providing children with the needed support in their physical, social, and emotional well-being thereby giving the children the needed foundation in their educational development, to grow and flourish thereby discovering their ignite abilities and uniqueness.

Due to her passion for character development, she designed and developed a curriculum for teaching children etiquette, personal grooming and character values while working as a program coordinator in a children’s developmental centre.

In her pursuit of child readiness, she groomed and prepared a child for the MUNISH UN Mock conference for children at the international school of Hague, because of her passion to see every child educated she Founded the New Breed Empowered Children Foundation, a fold that supports vulnerable children to build dignified life for themselves by sending them back to school, organizing holiday programs and training to inspire and give them hope for a better tomorrow. Because of this passion for children’s total well-being and education, she started TNBECF Educator’s Forum where she seeks to inspire and partner with parents, educators, counselors, policy makers and leaders to build a global community where knowledge,  expertise and best practices are discussed and reviewed to help build world class citizens.

Angelica holds an HND from the Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu; a PGCEi from Liverpool John Moore University, UK; a Diploma in Montessori from MMI London, CACHE Level 3 Diploma in Early Years Education, Diploma in Special  Needs Education, and  Masters of Arts in Leadership in Education (M.A Edu.) from Liverpool John Moore University, UK.
As her interest is always keen on adding value, she is a member to several organizations: a graduate member of NIM, Nigeria; a Certified Service Professional (CSP) by Service Strategies USA, a Certified GPS  Life Journey Facilitator USA, a Certified Marriage Mentor and Relationship Coach by TIMFA USA, a Certified Life Skills Trainer at Life Skills University Singapore and an International Certified Career Coach by ICCC.

She has worked and volunteered in different organizations to support young learners and teenagers over the years and has worked in different early years centres, training and coaching organizations, and social enterprise.

core values

This foundation was founded on humanitarian principles to serve and support children.
We serve as a door their future ensuring they get brighter day by day.


We take personal responsibility for using our resources efficiently, achieving measurable results, and being accountable to all including the children.


We are demanding of ourselves and our colleagues, set high goals and are committed to improving the quality of everything we do for the children.


We aspire to live to the highest standards of personal honesty and behavior; we never compromise our reputation and always act in the best interests of the children.


We respect and value each other, thrive on our diversity, and work with partners to leverage our strength in becoming a door to the future of our children without any limitation.


We are open to new ideas, embrace change, and take disciplined risks to develop sustainable solutions for the children we exist to serve with excellence in our performance


Innovation that excites

• We provide for the basic needs of orphaned and vulnerable children. These needs include food, clothing, water, electricity, school fees, uniforms, and other educational items.

• Provide furniture for Child Development Centers.

• Provide financial support and counseling for students in tertiary education.

• Assists with vocational training (skill acquisition program) for children moving into the workplace.

• Facilitates events and activities to help the children in their holistic development.

• Assists with the acquisition of ID documents, admission process, etc and provide after school care, health care, and homework support.