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This is to inform all our friends and the general public that we shall be changing our blog's URL (www.rsnnigeria.blogspot) to reflect our new name (street2schoolNG). This change would take effect from 1st of June, 2015.  We apologise for whatever inconveniences that this may bring. Thanking you for your understanding.

Happy Children's Day With Love!

Yesterday, 26th of May, we did commemorate the Children's day with 1,000 rural school children in Oke Ishagun Community, Alimosho, Lagos State. Once again, Huge appreciation to Dr. Durojaije of Cecy Health Consult for his humanitarian gestures . Thank you very much for everything!
Happy Children's Day To the Nigerian Child.

Visit Rural School Children, Offering Free Medical Services In Commemoration of Children's Day.

It's the Children's Day Celebration, Already as Dr. Durojaiye of Cecy Health Consult would be visiting with his team of Medical Practitioners to offer some free medical services to 1000 disadvantaged rural school children. Distributing Gift Items, Too! Yes, the packages!!! *winks*smiles*

We couldn't have asked for a better way to celebrate this DAY with the children.

#HealthMatters #1000Children #OkeIshagunCommunity #AlimoshoLGA #ThankYouCecyHealthConsult!

#Educating Every Child!

Photograph shows some students of Haven Schools. (Haven Schools is an Initiative of Street to School Organisation, a school that is designed for poor. Giving every child equal opportunity to learn).

Book Shelf : CHECKED!

We received donated book shelf at our children learning centre, this morning. Thank you to our friend, and staff of Standard Chartered bank. Thank you!

Haven: Place of Refuge, Safety!

"At 8 years, Ibrahim is just learning to write Numbers and Alphabets as shown in the photograph attached while Kolade and his brother stopped schooling since 2013 due to lack of funding. etc"*
*Today, we welcome the 23rd child into our learning centre -Haven Schools,** a
non-profit school, strictly for vulnerable, out-of-school children in Ikola Odunsi Community, Alimosho.** We truly wouldn't have been able to do this so swiftly without the timely support received from our Sponsor -UPS. Huge appreciation, always!*

Tomorrow, 19th of May, we would be having meeting with guardians, parents of the children. PS: Haven Schools is a non-paying school for vulnerable, out-of-school children. Teachers salaries are paid from donations received while we hope to get sponsors for most of the children as soon as new academic term begins in September.

To Sponsor a Child in Haven Schools would cost N20,000 per term, this would cover textbooks, notebooks, uniform, cardigan and sometimes …

Mentoring Orientation Exercise for High School Teachers, 2015!

Yesterday, we coordinated a Mentoring Orientation exercise for High School Teachers of Oshodi Comprehensive Senior High School, Oshodi. These teachers have volunteered to mentor young people, using mentoring as a pragmatic approach to improving on academic performance of the students. 

We want to use this opportunity to extend our heartfelt appreciation to our Special Guests of Honour: Mr. Omotayo Olufemi (Publisher, CEO of EntrepreNEWS) and  Barrister Taiwo Akinlami​ a Child's Right Activist and Consultant with UNICEF. 

We thank you very much for showing up. Zillion thanks to our Sponsor: United Parcel Service (UPS) for making this possible.

Donated Office Furniture..

We are very thankful to our wonderful friend and partner, Don McBurney of A Ray of Hope, UK for the donation of Office Furniture to one of our Centres! Thank you very much. We appreciate all you do to support the education programs of disadvantaged young people. 

Thank You, A Ray Of Hope!


Tomorrow, we have been invited to facilitate a Mentoring Orientation Session for Some Public High School Teachers. Aside teaching, these teachers have volunteer to mentor young people in their school, using mentoring as an approach to improving on the academic performance of the students. #WhenTeachersMentor.
GuestSpeakers: #OlufemiOmotayo #TaiwoAkinlami..

We Never Fully Understood...

...We understand she stays with her granny. Yesterday, granny brought her to our learning centre so she could learn. And, so today, we were going to ask her a few questions (interview) so we could know what class to put her. After a brief introduction...and question about her level of education, we asked about her momma...there was a tear-drop...'she is dead'. Then, about her father...her eyes were soaked, already. He is dead, too. I feel so touched. Now, I wish we never asked her. That was the end of our interview session with her. [Memorable Moment At Our learning centre, today, 12th May, 2015]

‪#Street2SchoolInitiative #WhatSomeChildrenGoThrough‪ #‎TheEmotions‪#‎Children‪#‎Education‪#‎EveryChildDeservesAChance

The ban on employment of under-12 house helps: A Welcome Development.

In a long overdue move, the Fed­eral Government has prohibited the employment of children below the age of 12 as domestic helps in a new Act signed by President Goodluck Jonathan. Christened the Trafficking in Persons (Prohibition) Enforcement and Administration Act 2015, the new law recommends a prison term of two years and a possible fine for violators. The law also prohibits the exploitation of domestic helps who are under 18 years. This law is a huge relief to parents and the many governmental and non-governmental agencies that have en­gaged in advocacy for the rights of chil­dren, especially, the girl-child. The long history of abuse of this category of chil­dren is an open secret in the country. The question had always been when the country would rise in the defence of these vulnerable children? Thank God, a reprieve has finally come their way. To be sure, the situation has always been a complicated one. The exigen­cies of modern living and the rise in the incidence of working mot…

6th Day at Our Learning Centre With The Children.

Nursery rhyme we sang..
Five little monkeys jumping on the bed,  One fell off and bumped his head.  Mama called the Doctor and the Doctor said,  "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!'.