Help 50 Teens in Niger w/ Quality Formal Education

Jul 22, 2012

Year End Results: 100% Success Rate.

The joy of being @ International Academy of Niamey
The joy of being @ International Academy of Niamey

In a country where less than 60% of students make it to next level, International Academic of Niamey (IAN) is proud to inform you that it has achieved 100% success rate for its first academic year 2011-2012 that ended on June 9, 2012. This would not have been possible without your monetary support and donations. Through your donations, we were able to accomplish the following:

  • Hired some of the best teachers in Niger Republic
  • Build an effective and efficient administration personnel
  • Building a computer lab
  • Provide free or low cost tuition to all our students

The aforementioned actions resulted in a 100% success rate for IAN. While we are proud of this accomplishment, we are keenly aware of our challenges for the upcoming years. Our goal for 2012-2013 is increase our enrollment level to fifty young girls and boys. This is an aggressive goals that will required a projected annual expenses of $50,000.

We continue to seek financial support in developing our ideal academic institution - an outlet for African students to learn and excel in academic programs that are significant to the future maintenance and growth of the people of Africa and their communities.

Our 2012 Third annual fundraiser helped raised $5,000 toward 2012-2013 academic year. We hope you will continue to support us in our efforts to raise the remaining $45,000. We will utilize every contributed dollar and asset to its highest and best value.



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Dode Ackey

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