Skills Learning Centre and School for Orphans will strives to provide underprivileged people in Nigerian communities with affordable quality of education that will help them to break the cycle of poverty. The project goal is to equip youth, women and less privilege people with sufficient skills and education through focussing on skills like tailoring, computer repairs, installation of renewable energy systems.
Our communities struggle to raise their families in many slums and villages across Gusau in Zamfara State of Nigeria. Lack of food, water and proper sanitation facilities, school fees and high death rates coupled with the burden of raising orphaned children are some of the hardships these communities face every day. Currently, there's no government initiative to make skills training and education free, many people especially orphans remain out of school due to inhibitory costs for tuition.
Providing affordable and accessible quality education to over 200 orphans by the year 2020. The school will enroll students every academic year and will gradually expands to the next class every year. Making the school self-sustaining by investing in skills training centre for youth and women. In the skills training centre, machines such as computers, tailoring machines and renewable energy study practical devices will be installed for effective practical.
Empower communities and youth who can reach their full potential so that they are healthier, able to make their own decisions and through education, enable their families and communities to flourish.