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The Secure The Future Project

The increasing number of out-of-school and street children in many communities across Lagos State was a source of great concern. There were communities here no single child was going to school. Araromi was a great example of such communities. This was the main focus of the Secure the Future project. Our aim was to identify communities that were most vulnerable in terms of out-of-school in Lagos State and impact 200 of such children with access to education. Through the action of our volunteers and partners, we were able to reach out to over 650 children in two communities; Araromi and Tarkwa Bay. Our major impact included educational scholarships, school material, food supply, and routine healthcare through our partnership with the community health center.

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The Ignite Africa Campaign

Ignite Africa focuses on providing quality STEM-blended education to less privileged children in Nigeria. This would arm the future generation with the best knowledge and skills that would give them a competitive advantage to access greater opportunities life and liberate their communities. This project involves the creation of a community-based
STEM innovation centre that would serve as a STEM skill acquisition hub for under- privileged children in the communities of impact. Beneficiaries will gain valuable skills in coding, software development, web design UI/UX design, Microsoft office suite and many more. Beneficiaries who are out of school will be restored back to school and provided with school materials. So far, 57 children have been enrolled in school and many more have received access to school materials and other psycho-social support through the project.

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The 50 Kids Campaign

The 50 Kids Campaign took place in Calabar, Cross River State. The project aimed at providing scholarships and school materials to 50 primary and secondary school children who were out of school. We also provided food and financial support to the most vulnerable households in the 8 communities we impacted.

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