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She answered, “Like these teachers who are teaching us, I, too, want to teach the children of this village.”
My desire is to establish close relationships and to inspire them make their lives different, stay in school, obey their parents, and not marry early.
While most people can agree that education is a good thing, impoverished regions face a challenge in supplying basic school supplies to their children.
The training center is impacting the lives of the community, especially on the youth.
Once a subsistent and uneducated farmer, he is now a pre-degree student of Usmanu Dan Fodiyo University.
It was found that most of the children lacked vitamins and minerals, due to absence of eating vegetables.
There were high risks of communicable diseases, like dysentery and cholera, to spread in the village.
They had an old house available for this project, but it needed to be repaired, again.
She doesn’t have to beg people to give her money, and she is able to earn money to feed her children.
The Wellness Committee has successfully lowered the illness and mortality rate in Bulesa Dima Village.
Our 50-50 principal made them deliver on their half of the effort!
Many girls strongly embraced our Empowerment Center programme and are now working hard with much joy for the chance they have been provided.