Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG

by Ebonyida Foundation
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG
Provide 150 kids School Supplies in Benin City, NG

EBONYIDA FOUNDATION

REPORT FOR THE NEXT IMPLEMETATION OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES PROGRAM FOR 500 PUPILS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS WILL BE HELD THE NEXT SCHOOL YEAR IN OCTOBER OF 2021

BENEFITIARY SCHOOLS

In 2021, with the authorization of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), the foundation will use the same five public primary schools within Benin-City metropolitan area. The foundation will still continue to participate in GlobalGiving events in an effort to accomplish the set goal for $20,000 to accommodate 500 pupils. The EbonyIda schools selected for 2021 is:                                                    

  • Emotan Primary School-Dawson Road                  
  • Adesuwa Primary School-Dawson Road               
  • Iguodala Primary School- M.M.Way       
  • Olua Primary school, Uselu-Chair
  • Ogbe Primary School, Ogbe Quarter.      

SELECTION OF BENEFITIARY

Selection of beneficiaries was done by working with the head of schools (Head Mistress/Head Master) who know every pupil and their pre-existing constraints to basic school supplies. EbonyIda Foundation’s staff interviewed the selected pupils to ascertain their poverty score and determine if they are best fit for the benefits. Visits were conducted with the parents of the selected schools to ascertain poverty level and also capture bio data.

EVENT TIMELINE

The Ebonyida Foundation project preparation started in March 2021 with the little  by little campaign and will be participating in series of oncoming fundraising events on GlobalGiving platform.

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TRAINING CENTER

The Ebonyida Foundation has recently opened a training center in Benin City for the youth which will prepare the attendees with a trade. This training center will operate all year and the yearly donation of school supplies will continue by the foundation.

 

SUMMARY:

A summary will be provided after the October 2021 event for distributing school supplies to 500 students in Benin City.  

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Benin City Recipients of School Supplies
Benin City Recipients of School Supplies

EBONYIDA FOUNDATION

REPORT OF THE IMPLEMETATION OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES PROGRAM FOR 50/250 PUPILS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS HELD ON THE 16TH OF OCTOBER AND 4TH NOVEMBER 2020

A quality basic education gives children and youth the knowledge and skills they need to face daily life challenges, and take advantage of economic and lifelong learning opportunities. It is also a key driver for reducing poverty, fostering economic growth, achieving gender equality and social development which is one major goal of Ebonyida Foundation in execution of this event.

EbonyIda Foundation school supplies event was planned for 50 under privilege children in Edo state Nigeria. However due to the high number of pupils that lack basic school supplies from the impact of the Covid 19 pandemic, the number of recipients changed from 50 to 250. The 250 under privilege students received school supplies which included books, uniforms, school shoes, backpacks and writing materials.

BENEFITIARY SCHOOLS

With the authorization of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), five public primary schools within Benin-City metropolitan area were carefully selected to benefit from the Ebonyida Foundation support. The schools are:                                                     

  • Emotan Primary School-Dawson Road                  
  • Adesuwa Primary School-Dawson Road               
  • Iguodala Primary School- M.M.Way       
  • Olua Primary school, Uselu-Chair
  • Ogbe Primary School, Ogbe Quarter.      

SELECTION OF BENEFITIARY

Selection of beneficiaries was done by working with the head of schools (Head Mistress/Head Master) who know every pupil and their pre-existing constraints to basic school supplies. EbonyIda Foundation’s staff interviewed the selected pupils to ascertain their poverty score and determine if they are best fit for the benefits. Visits were conducted with the parents of the selected schools to ascertain poverty level and also capture bio data.

EVENT TIMELINE

The Ebonyida Foundation project preparation started in July 2020 and was affected by the nationwide lockdown imposed by government to reduce the spread of Covid 19. Because of the government lock down, the school supplies was not distributed until October 16 through November 4, 2020. A documentary was created for the event and posted to YouTube at https://youtu.be/VCwwC21YALo.

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TRAINING CENTER

The Ebonyida Foundation has recently opened a training center in Benin City for the youth which will prepare the attendees with a trade. This training center will operate all year and the yearly donation of school supplies will continue by the foundation.

SUMMARY:

The beneficiaries were very happy while expressing their profound gratitude to the foundation and all donors for the gifts they received. During the event, there were kids who come to school without books, backpacks, good uniforms and writing material in which their needs were fulfilled by the Ebonyida foundation. The Director of Education was personally on ground to witness the school supply distribution at Adesuwa Primary school and also expressed her gratitude to the foundation for the philanthropic gestures.

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UPDATED REPORT FOR EBONYIDA FOUNDATION PROPOSED PLAN FOR THE UPCOMING SCHOOL TERM OF 2020/2021 ACADEMIC SESSION IN BENIN CITY, NIGERIA

The current report is a follow up of the previous monthly report because the schools in Benin City, Nigeria have not opened. The expected date for the schools to open is in October of 2020. The next upcoming monthly report will reflect the update of the project to Provide 50 Kids with School Supplies in Benin City, Nigeria sponsored by the EbonyIda Foundation.

EbonyIda Foundation current plan is to continue enhancing the educational demands of Benin City, Nigeria, by sponsoring five (5) schools to provide school supplies to 50 less privilege children. The school supplies will include books, uniform, school bag and writing materials. It is estimated that the Benin City, Nigeria schools will reopen at the beginning of October 2020.

Five public primary schools within Benin City metropolitan areas were carefully selected for the donations which will satisfy the education needs of 50 students.

BENEFITIARY SELECTED INSTITUTIONS:

                        SELECTED SCHOOL NAMES:

  • Emotan Primary School-Dawson Road                  
  • Adesuwa Primary School-Dawson Road               
  • Iguodala Primary School- M.M.Way       
  • Olua Primary School, Uselu-Chair
  • Ogbe Primary School, Ogbe Quarter.      

MODE OF BENEFITIARY SELECTION

Once the schools open in October 2020, the foundation’s staff will conduct a follow up interview of the selected students. The interview will ensure their poverty levels meet the needs for the donation. The Selection of beneficiaries will be determined by working with the head of schools (Head Mistress/Head Master).  

DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS:

After selections are made for the recipients, ten (10) students from the selected five (5) schools for a total of fifty (50) students will benefit from the EbonyIda Foundation. Each school will receive $1,000 each for a total of $5,000 distributed throughout the selected schools to sponsor fifty (50) students.

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2019 EbonyIda Foundation Donation Chair Members
2019 EbonyIda Foundation Donation Chair Members

EBONYIDA FOUNDATION PROPOSED PLAN ON THE IMPLEMETATION OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES PROGRAM FOR 50 STUDENTS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN BENIN CITY, NIGERIA FOR THE UPCOMING SCHOOL TERM OF 2020/2021 ACADEMIC SESSION

Education is a human right and is central to achieving many other sustainable development outcomes. A quality basic education gives children and youth the knowledge and skills they need to face daily life challenges while taking advantage of economic and lifelong learning opportunities. It is also a key factor for reducing poverty, fostering economic growth, achieving gender equality and social development.

These benefits are even greater when support is given to education and targeted toward the less privileged vulnerable children in society. To enhance the educational demands, EbonyIda Foundation is sponsoring school supplies to 50 less privilege children in Benin City, Nigeria. The school supplies will include books, uniform, school bag and writing materials. These supplies will be donated to the less privileged students with high demand needs.

BENEFITIARY INSTITUTIONS

Five public primary schools within Benin City metropolitan areas were carefully selected for the donations which will satisfy the education needs of 50 students.

                        SELECTED SCHOOL NAMES:

  • Emotan Primary School-Dawson Road                  
  • Adesuwa Primary School-Dawson Road               
  • Iguodala Primary School- M.M.Way       
  • Olua Primary School, Uselu-Chair
  • Ogbe Primary School, Ogbe Quarter.      

 

 

VERIFIED COST OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOR SCHOOLS VISITED

Uniforms $25 x 50 students = $1,250

Notebook (1 dozen) $15 x 50 students = $750 

Notebook (½ dozen) $10 x 50 students = $500

Shoes $20 x 50 students = $1,000

School Bag $15 x 50 students = $750

Writing Materials $15 x 50 students = $750

GRAND TOTAL $5,000 (VERIFIED COST ESTIMATED DONATION TO 5 SCHOOLS)

 

MODE OF BENEFITIARY SELECTION:

Selection of beneficiaries will be determined by working with the head of schools (Head Mistress/Head Master). The selecting officials know every student and their pre-existing constraints to basic school supplies. Once the names of the students are selected, the EbonyIda Foundation’s staff will conduct a follow up interview of the selected students. The interview will ensure their poverty levels meet the needs for the donation.

NUMBER OF BENEFITIARIES:

Ten (10) students from the selected five (5) schools for a total of fifty (50) students will benefit from the EbonyIda Foundation.

EVENT TIMELINE:

The project will begin in May 2020 with preliminary preparations and logistics. The project will end in September 2020 when the school opens for the new academic session. A ceremony will be held at each school granting the participants with their school supplies.

 

PROPOSED LOGISTIC COST:  

1. A proposal of $100 per child for a total of $5000 as the budget for school supplies for 50 students. Also as part of ways to promote the good deeds, the foundation name and logo will be printed on the distributed notebooks.  

 

2. There will be allocated funds for the printing of T-shirts for staff including the foundation name and logo. The shirt's will be given to 5 staff for helping with the program arrangement.  The T-shirts will be worn for the foundation events that will be set in the future.  The T-shirts will cost $10 each for the shirt for (5) members to a budget of $50.

 

3. The cost of transportation to schools and other logistic vendors is budgeted for $85.

 

4. The video coverage and documentary/photograph is budgeted for $138.

 

5. The flex banner for photos as the backstage is budgeted at $70.

 

6. The estimated personnel incentives for five volunteers is budgeted at $15 each for a total of $75.

 

7. The estimate for miscellaneous items for the staff is estimated for $15.

 

GRAND TOTAL $5,433.00 (Estimated cost for the donations provided by the Foundation)

 

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Ebonyida Foundation

Location: Benin city - Nigeria
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Project Leader:
Victor Ida
Benin city, Nigeria
$10,038 raised of $20,000 goal
 
214 donations
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