The Bullis School Students Creating Change

by Leadership Initiatives
The Bullis School Students Creating Change
The Bullis School Students Creating Change
The Bullis School Students Creating Change
The Bullis School Students Creating Change
The Bullis School Students Creating Change
The Bullis School Students Creating Change
Nov 16, 2020

Bullis School Students Transforming Lives

Dear Amazing Leadership Initiatives Donors,

Your donations will empower individuals and communities across Bauchi State, Nigeria, giving them the opportunity to form connections and address local issues using community resources. This will create a generation of leaders given the platform to encourage progress that starts at the local level but impacts many more. Contributions from donors support public health initiatives and create educational campaigns within the local community. The program provides individuals with critical knowledge for the prevention, treatment, and eradication of the most threatening public health issues in sub-Saharan Africa.

Our students work with local NGOs and hospitals in Nigeria to assess and monitor the current public health situation, then design educational campaigns to educate individuals in the community on prevention, risk, and treatment options. Currently, this project will help raise awareness and create community programs to fight Infant Care in Bauchi.

The Bullis School Team 1074 interns have been working with LI Project Coordinator Marshall to assess Infant Care in the area. Currently, the Bullis School 1074 team is completing research on the movement against SARS in Nigeria and how that will affect our work as we try to bring awareness and improvement to infant care. Your encouragement of The Bullis School Team 1074 interns and their project will truly help change lives across the globe, as fighting public health issues at a grassroots level sparks change across all socioeconomic facets of the community.

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 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!


The Bullis School IIP Team

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Leadership Initiatives

Location: Washington, DC - USA
Project Leader:
Marshall Bailly
Washington, DC United States

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