Mar 4, 2021

Team #1007 Transforming Lives

Dear Amazing Leadership Initiatives Donors, 

First and foremost, thank you! Your donations will continue to empower individuals and communities across Bauchi State, Nigeria, giving them the opportunity to form connections and address local issues using community resources. Donors’ contributions have allowed Leadership Initiatives and their students to carry out their mission of improving lives in Bauchi through supporting healthcare initiatives and working to create educational programs for its communities. The students in the program have been engaged in months of cultural immersion and have been building connections with our partners in Nigeria to accomplish the goals of preventing, treating, and eradicating the most threatening public health issues in sub-Saharan Africa.

Students have recently completed their public health issue briefings. These briefs are the summation of the preliminary research they have done in an effort to gain a proper understanding of their public health issues and how they impact communities in Bauchi. The briefs include an overview of the issue as well as an analysis of the biological, medical, social, and historical considerations relating to their issue. Now that our students have completed this intensive research-based report, they are using the knowledge and skills gained to continue their work to save lives in Bauchi.

Team 1007 interns have been working with LI Project Coordinator Cristina to report on malnutrition in the area. Currently, team 1007 is working on finalizing the survey questions. Now that 1007 is equipped with your support and a deeper understanding of malnutrition, they are moving forward on the path of raising awareness and creating community programs to fight it in Bauchi.

As a supporter of this project, Leadership Initiatives would love to have you involved if you ever want to help grow our programs, learn of ways you can participate, or have new ideas on how this team could best help work on their public health issue. Please contact Executive Director Marshall Bailly at mbailly@lichange.org if you have any suggestions, questions, or comments! Your hard work and support is the greatest gift we could receive as we attempt to create a better world.

Thank you once again from the bottom of everyone’s heart here at Leadership Initiatives. If you would ever like to speak to our staff in Nigeria or this specific project leader, we would love to communicate with you so you can personally see the change you are creating.

 

Wishing you, your family, and your friends the absolute best!

 

Sincerely,

 

IIP Team #1007

Mar 4, 2021

Wheaton High Students Transforming Lives

Dear Amazing Leadership Initiatives Donor,

First and foremost, thank you! Your donations will continue to empower individuals and communities across Bauchi State, Nigeria, giving them the opportunity to form connections and address local issues using community resources. Donors’ contributions have allowed Leadership Initiatives and their students to carry out their mission of improving the lives of victims of human rights abuses and create advocacy and awareness campaigns within the local community. The students in our program have been engaged in months of cultural immersion and have been building connections with our partners in Nigeria to accomplish the goal of fixing the imperative issues that each team is working on.

Our students have been working throughout the fall semester to create and draft a brief specific to their issue. These briefs are the summation of the preliminary research they have done in an effort to gain a proper understanding of their advocacy issues and how they impact communities in Bauchi. Now that our students have completed this intensive research-based report, they are using the knowledge and skills gained to continue their work to transform lives all around Bauchi. Currently, this project will help raise awareness and create community programs to fight human trafficking.

Wheaton High School interns have been working with LI Project Coordinator Auwal to assess the current human rights violations surrounding Human trafficking in the area. They have had multiple skype calls with their project coordinator to develop a relationship with them as well as go over vital information. Currently, the 1055 team is working hard to inform themself and contact organizations about Human Trafficking. Now that 1055 is equipped with your support and a deeper understanding of Human Trafficking, they are moving forward on the path of raising awareness to fight it in Bauchi.

As a donator to this project, your support is an amazing thing to have as we attempt to transform lives. Everyone at Leadership Initiatives would love to have you more involved in our organization if you would ever want to help us grow our programs or learn more about ways that you can assist. Please contact Executive Director Marshall Bailly at mbailly@lichange.org if you have any suggestions, questions, or comments!

On behalf of everyone at Leadership Initiatives, thank you for everything that you have done. We all truly appreciate your donation and support for our organization. If you would ever like to speak to our staff in Nigeria or this specific project leader, we would love to communicate with you so you can personally see the change you are creating.

 

Wishing you the absolute best!

 

Sincerely,

Team 1055

Mar 4, 2021

Bullis School Students Transforming Lives

Dear Amazing Leadership Initiatives Donor,

First and foremost, thank you! Your donations will continue to empower individuals and communities across Bauchi State, Nigeria, giving them the opportunity to form connections and address local issues using community resources. Donors’ contributions have allowed Leadership Initiatives and their students to carry out their mission of improving lives in Bauchi through supporting business initiatives and working to develop innovative solutions to their problems. The students in our program have been engaged in months of cultural immersion and have been building connections with our partners in Nigeria to accomplish the goal of fixing the imperative issues that each business is facing.

Our students have been working throughout the fall semester to create and develop innovative solutions special to their business partner. We have been working with a multitude of businesses such as fish farming, tailoring, electronics, and auto-repair. Each of these teams has written a detailed solution proposal, outlining everything that they have worked on these past few months. These developed solutions can help each business increase their profit and create a better life for themselves and their family.

Bullis School/Team 1108 interns have been working with Auwal, the owner of "Tripple A Automobile Paints Resource Enterprise" a auto paint business. They have had multiple skype calls with their business partner to develop a relationship with them as well as go over vital business information. Currently, the Bullis School team is working hard to create a logo for Auwal. Your support of Bullis School/Team 1108 interns and their hard work is crucial to the success of each team and solution.

As a donor to this project, your support is an amazing thing to have as we attempt to transform lives. Everyone at Leadership Initiatives would love to have you more involved in our organization if you would ever want to help us grow our programs or learn more about ways that you can assist. Please contact Executive Director Marshall Bailly at mbailly@lichange.org if you have any suggestions, questions, or comments!

On behalf of everyone at Leadership Initiatives, thank you for everything that you have done. We all truly appreciate your donation and support for our organization. If you would ever like to speak to our staff in Nigeria or this specific project leader, we would love to communicate with you so you can personally see the change you are creating.

 

Wishing you the absolute best!

 

Sincerely,

Bullis School/Team 1108

 
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