Residential Beneficiaries' Kids club Activity
This project report of Tabitha Maison Foundation (Tabitha Home) covers the goals attained within the month of March 2021 - June 2021. These projects are in partnership of the Sustainable Development Goals and were effective because of your consistent support.
- RESIDENTIAL BENEFICIARIES
Two (2) of the residential beneficiaries sat for the Joint Admission Matriculation Board Examination which is a criteria for entrance into University in Nigeria. They are currently preparing for West African Examination; the success of these examinations will usher them into Undergraduate level.
May 2021, the residential beneficiaries started the third term (promotion term) of their academic calendar. Presently, there are four (4) undergraduates, Nine (9) senior secondary school students, fifteen (15) junior secondary school students and eleven (11) primary/nursery school pupils. There is an increase in junior secondary school and primary school as (2) beneficiaries were recently placed in the shelter facility of Tabitha Maison Foundation for rehabilitation and protection.
Iyanu, the twelve (12) year old residential beneficiary of Tabitha Home and a stage five (v) Chronic Kidney Disease patient has kicked off the pre-surgery treatment in preparation for kidney transplant. He is on close monitoring by his medical consultant and Nephrologist from University College Hospital Ibadan, Nigeria and St. Nicholas Hospital, Lagos Nigeria.
Permanent Building Project
This project is on the last stage as plumbing, electrical and plastering have been completed. Other furnishing processes are ongoing; this is to ensure that the present and potential residential beneficiaries have access to conducive and better learning facility.
Leadership in Agriculture Training
March 2021, Leadership in Agriculture Training with focus on Poultry kicked off. The activity was on week-end basis for the residential beneficiaries and facilitated by an Agricultural Professional, Kayode Bamgbose. The theoretical part of the project has been completed as the practical aspect is ongoing.
The aim of the project is to empower the children with agricultural skills in order to advocate and promote opportunities to tackle food insecurity and severe malnutrition.
In commemoration of International Women's Day 2021, the children engaged the Instagram audience on a live session discussing the topic "Achieving an equal future in COVID19 world". They shared their thoughts on the world's present situation, their personal account of the marginalisation against women in male dominant profession and the need for the world to create opportunity for all genders as "all hands needs to be on deck".
Craft Plus: Introducing African Soap Making
As one of the ways to encourage sustainable entrepreneurship amongst young people, an african soap making class was organized for selected beneficiaries who have interest in the field. The training exposed the children to the manufacturing and the marketing aspects of the products. The training and structuring of this department is ongoing.
In-house Projects and Supports
For the total development of every child in the shelter facility, the in-house projects were functional all through the month. These include;
- The book club arm called Reading culture
- Kids' Club and Pep Talk
- CraftPlus and Skills Acquisition
- Math Clinic
- Pass It On Project
These In-house Projects create a social platform for group counseling, psychomotor learning and psychosocial support.
- NON-RESIDENTIAL BENEFICIARIES
Community Kids' Club
Community kids' club is a social and educative platform set up to enhance the literacy, life skills and talents of the beneficiaries in the community. The project which took place in Kobomoje, Idi-Arere Community Ibadan, Nigeria held in the Month of February, 2021.
In March 12, 2021, the grand finale of Community Kids' Club took place. The non-residential beneficiaries of the project engaged the team of staff and volunteers with a recap of the past activities and lessons learnt.
Anti Bullying Campaign
Anti Bullying Campaign is aimed at raising advocates who would speak up against any form of bullying psychological, social or physical. The month of June's Anti Bullying Campaign took place in Victory High School, Oke Ado Ibadan, Nigeria.
To better pass the message, the students engaged in Role Play exploring the different forms of bullying and how speaking up could make a change. Furthermore, there was open discussion platform for students, teachers and Tabitha Maison Foundation Team to freely express the Risks and Prevention strategies of bullying.
Tabitha Maison foundation (Tabitha Home) expresses its heartfelt gratitude towards you for your strong support which is a great motivation. The projects of the organisation stays committed to creating a safe environment and better opportunities for vulnerable children to lead fulfilling lives. We hope to continue to partner with you in this worthy cause.
Non-Residential Beneficiaries anchoring a session
The latest Advocates of Anti-Bullying Campaign