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Since the closure of schools, children from rural and disadvantaged communities are completely shut out from learning as they cannot afford other alternatives of electronic learning like their counterparts in the city and from privileged homes. This has hastened our desire to set up a school in a rural community of Kaduna State that will ….  Read More

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Our campaigns namely #GetASchoolChildOffTheFloor; #FedToLearn; and #PayARuralTeacher were launched in 2019 and have so far provided classroom furniture, mattresses and salary support in 1 rural school community for 184 school children, 7 teachers and 4 vulunteers. Through the Fed to Learn school feeding program, for two terms now, we have been giving free meals (both ….  Read More

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The Teachers’ Meet

Our annual 3 day conference for school owners, school administrators, teachers, and other Child Care Providers in rural communities tagged the Teachers’ Meet launched in August 2018 has impacted over 100 schools and communities, over 300 teachers, school owners and school administrators and over 10,000 school children.

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Curriculum Design

In our desire to see that rural schools use age appropriate curricula, we were able to kickstart this project in September 2017 and so far, we have -sourced for 3 age appropriate curriculum packages for preschool for 2 rural schools – Registered one rural school with the ministry to allow the use of the curriculum ….  Read More

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Extreme Makeover – School Edition

In our campaign for healthy and conducive learning environments in rural schools, we started this program in November 2016 and have been able to provide –              Pipe Borne Water to one public school in rural southern Kaduna –              3 Painted Classrooms in two rural schools –              2 white boards in one rural classroom –              1 ….  Read More