AFEADEN To Send 1000 Kids Back To School – An NGO named Africa Education Aid for Development Network (AFEADEN) has embarked on a cause to send 1000 out-of-school children back to school.
Founded by Judith Obi in 2014, AFEADEN’s mission is to provide underprivileged and displaced children access to quality education.
With the rise in the number of children out of school and a desire to see more children go back to school, AFEADEN is creating a movement of young people across Africa who would help tackle the underlying challenges that prevent children from going and staying in school.
Today the organization has members and volunteers in Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon and other African countries working to change the face of education, one child at a time in their local communities.
As an organization, their approach towards tackling educational challenges majorly involves combating the underlying issues and challenges which prevent children from going and staying in school.
- Providing scholarships and academic materials
- Actively engaging with international aid and development agencies to implement comprehensive development programs that promote an integrated approach towards education and ensure long-term and sustainable impact.
- Mentoring and leadership development training
- Active parent engagement and child follow-up to ensure excellence at school
- Skill acquisition for children and youth
Do you want to be a part of this? Connect with AFEADEN below.