We are excited to share that The Kady Initiative has incorporated a Back-To-School program into our Initiative. For the past two months, my team and I have been tirelessly working to ensure that we send a minimum of 200 children back to school this September/October.
In our current research, we discovered that about 60% of children in Delta State, Nigeria are either out of school or do not have the appropriate materials needed for a better educational experience. Here are the names of the primary schools we are working on: Abbot primary school, Uherevie primary school, Ufuoma primary school, and Crowther primary school.
The public schools listed above and the local government are supposed to provide a proper education for these children, but because of the misrepresentation of bad leaders, the children are affected. The lack of formal education can lead to negative outcomes, including but not limited to crime. This is why the Kady initiative is incorporating a Back-to-School program to diminish potential future criminal activity.
To achieve our goal, we have teamed up with some local designers (tailors) in the community to ensure that we get the children the proper uniforms and learning materials they will need to excel in school. We are also creating a mentorship program for the children helping them grow to live respectfully in the community. The pictures featured above are of some of the many students who need support, and in the following weeks, we will be posting another round of pictures of our achievements.
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