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GCE Results....

RSN Team wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous new year! At RSN, we believe that every New Year presents us a unique opportunity to touch the life of youths from difficult background through our sponsorship, tutoring and mentoring approach.

  Last year we daringly sponsored the exams of some (21) disadvantaged youths and paired over 15 students with Young Professionals as Mentors, building their self-confidence, making great social impact. And, we had a great response from mentors across the globe to support
the project. Thanking you with smiles....:).

  In 2011 we are stepping out to creating mini Resource Centers in Lagos, Nigeria for young people to learn and to connect with their Mentors online (truly, this has been one of our greatest challenges and we hope to overcome it this year. We humbly apologize to our volunteer mentors abroad who haven't been paired with a mentee, yet. It's plainly due to lack of proper means of communication with these kids -some of them are without phone and easy access to the internet). Hence, we hope that with the establishment of a Resource Center, things are gonna be better....:)

  If you have any book(s), Computer, Laptops, etc that you would like to support us with, please let us know. We look forward to impacting the lives of these young ones for good!


 P.S: As soon as we receive all of their GCE result details, we shall intimate you. Thank You

RSN

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