Being the pioneer of the L.I.F.E. Program, AjegunleLIFE started from cyber cafes in 2007, where beneficiaries were trained with the public facilities. In 2012, the AjegunleLIFE program moved to its training centre at 39 Baale Street, Boundary road, Ajegunle. This created a robust awareness that got more youth and stakeholders of the community involved in the initiative.
The AjegunleLIFE training has seen several students graduate to a level where they have become volunteers and facilitators for the ICT classes; hence offering their support to the L.I.F.E. program by giving their time to train students.
The Centre is known for its remarkable impact in the community, with the assurance that every young person that goes through the training either starts a small business or gets a job placement with the skills impacted in them. Currently, the training facility seats 20 students quarterly. The AjegunleLIFE program graduates 80 students every training year.
From the year 2007, the Centre has trained 574 youth; most of them have been able to secure employment both in the formal and informal sector with a success rate of 60%, while others are either running a business or have secured admission into tertiary institutions.
The impact of the program has been sustained through dedicated staff and volunteers that are committed to positive change. The success and sustainability of the AjegunleLIFE Training Program led to the expansion of the L.I.F.E. program to other regions in 2014.