Organizations that Helped to Fill the Gap of Nigerian Education
In estimation, the population of out-of-school children in Nigeria is around 10 million.
Being the highest country ranked with the most number of out-of-school children, there are numerous factors leading to this problem in the country.
- High rates of poverty
- Gender which also covers discrimination, child marriage, and gender-based violence
With this, majority of the children in Nigeria do not have any accessibility to good education. Eventually, the cycles of poverty goes on and on and on. The good news is many organizations are working their best effort to give quality education to the country. They are actually reaching for the most underserved communities and solving the root causes of this concern.
Organizations that Give Better Education in Nigeria
January 24, 2022 is the celebration of the World Education Day. And during this day, the hard works of amazing organizations in giving more access to children were recognized. In connection to that, here are some of those organizations that promise a bright future for children in Nigeria.
Lagos Food Bank Initiative (LFBI)
The Education Enhancement Intervention for Food Insecure Students or EDUFOOD is one of the programs lined-up under LFBI. This aims to improve the nutritional health status of students destructed by food insecurity.
Dream Catchers Academy
An exclusive organization for girls, Dream Catchers Academy for Girls offers boarding education and performing arts for Nigerian girls who are undeserved and abandoned. Dancing is the educational tool being used in this institution.
Dolly Children Foundation
Providing educational materials such textbooks and even uniforms and school supplies is the main role of this nonprofit organization.