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Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School

by Initiative for Sound Education, Relationship & Health
Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School
Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School
Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School
Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School
Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School
Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School
Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School
Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School
Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School
Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School
Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School
Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School
Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School
Help 500 Nigerian Teens Go Back to School

Summary

This project will send 500 Osun (Nigerian) Teenagers back to senior (high) school, provide them 2 textbooks each, notebooks, a mathematical set, a school bag and psycho-social supports. It will also prepare final year students among them for Senior (High) School Certificate Examination (SSCE), pay for the SSCE examinations of outstanding teenagers among them, equip them with 21st century skills, and provide them leadership and entrepreneurship development training.

$18,100
total goal
$14,004
remaining
108
donors
0
monthly donors
4
fundraisers
1
year

Challenge

Base on our findings, more than 30,000 teenagers in Osun State are unable to complete and sit for the Senior (High) School Certificate Examinations (SSCE). Majority of them are left to the streets as dropouts, get exposed to cultism, violence and early adolescent parenthood, due to lack of financial and psycho-social supports. Lack of access to school supplies, textbooks, sponsorship for Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE), psycho-social and leadership supports are major contributors.

Solution

Initiative for Sound Education, Relationship & Health (ISERH) provides basic textbooks, notebooks, mathematical sets, school supplies, psycho-social supports, and counseling for these teenagers in order to integrate them back to the system. ISERH will sponsor the Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) of final year students among them after proving themselves worthy through scoring 75% & above in Aspiring the Best Competition (ABC). We shall provide them leadership and 21st century skills

Long-Term Impact

500 out-of-school teenagers shall be taken back to classroom and provided psycho-social supports to better enhance their studies. Final year students among them shall get scholarship to write his/her Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) and/or Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). Through psycho-social support, leadership and entrepreneurial training, they shall be raised as ethical leaders that will grow to end poverty, illiteracy, and poor governance in the state & Nigeria

Resources

http:/​/​www.iserh.org
BERNARD SHARES ISERH PROJECT'S IMPACTS IN HIS LIFE
REPORT ON OSUN STATE EDUCATION AS AT 2016
HE WINS SCRIPPS NATIONAL SPELLING BEE, NIGERIA
Aspiring the Best Competition Registration Portal

Organization Information

Initiative for Sound Education, Relationship & Health

Location: Ilesa, Osun - Nigeria
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @iserhnigeria
Project Leader:
Abdulahi Abayomi Abdulraheem
Ilesa, Osun Nigeria
$4,096 raised of $18,100 goal
 
112 donations
$14,004 to go
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