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National Newspaper Reports..

I have not done excellently yet —TaiwoTosin Taiwo is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of the 'Street to School Initiative' (formerly known as the Resource Sharing Network). The NGO which focuses on sponsoring the education of the less privileged; especially the girl child, has over the years, afforded many secondary school students the opportunity of furthering their education into higher institutions. The NGO has also taken up the financial responsibility of some children in primary schools, as well as help some out of school children, get into the classroom. Taiwo's work has earned her several recognitions including the U.S Consul-General Award, as a fellow of the Carrington Youth Fellowship Initiative (CYFI), in 2013. She recently returned from the United States of American, where she was nominated to represent Nigeria in a two-week professional exchange program, tagged 'International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP)', a multi-regional project – sponsor…

Grade A Position.

For the first time after attending school for some two years, Basit Kamoru, one of our sponsored children could have grade A position in his class! This is a great improvement compared to when he started school and could not read the alphabets correctly nor write the numbers at 10 years old. But, now, he could  read and write, too! 
Now, that's d spirit! For every child can learn. We are inspired and motivated to reach out to more Basits and children out there who needs our support!
Please, donate to our cause. Let's reach out to more young people. Thank you!

Every Child Can Learn..

Next Program on our radar ...got to do with the mothers of the kids in this video and some more vulnerable women. #Women #Women #Women. 

12 kids, but one seems to get the cutest smile...do you know? I think no 12 does!!! 

Thanks to every Child Sponsor...



There is still hope...for our education system.

For some days now, the girls we mentor in rural areas have been writing their examinations. Wishing them...Great Success!

Mentors Bond So Well With Their Mentee

It was her first time. Her first time to be on video call, chatting so excitedly with her mentor who is in faraway, Denmark while she lives in Lagos, Nigeria.

Praise, as she is fondly called is an High School student in one of the target rural schools where Street2School Initiative coordinates a 6-month mentoring program tagged PROJECT25 for girls in rural high schools. And, for the past four months, some 25 High School Girls in rural communities have been paired with 25Mentors across the globe. Young girls, who despite the challenges they face each day to staying in school still have some great future ambitions. They want to be accountant, medical personnels, bankers etc.

As an organization, our sole aim is to support the education programs of disadvantaged young people, especially the girl child. And, aside education sponsorship programs, we coordinate an annual youth mentoring scheme and empowerment schemes for vulnerable women and mothers of children whom we sponsor..

Today, Pra…