Street to School Initiative supports the education programs of out-of-school children and primary school drop-outs in Nigeria through her annual education sponsorship scheme and establishment of tuition-free schools where children are provided with basic learning materials, and enjoy free meal. As a non government organisation, we aspire to see a world where no child is left behind in attaining quality education.
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Yemisi Ransome-Kuti Award. We Won It....!
Yesterday, We Won the Yemisi Ransome-Kuti (YRK) Award by the Nigerian Network of NGOs (NNNGO). !!!!!
We Are Excited. We Are Thankful.
Special Thanks To Everyone Who Made This possible. We are here because you have been there...for us! Thank you.
To our friends and child sponsors, donors. Thank You!
In The Photographs Are:
1. Ms. Yemisi Ransome-Kuti
2. Ms. Laurel Beaufils, Deputy British Commissioner, Nigeria
3. UBA, Staff
4. TosinTaiwo. Founder, Street to School Initiative.
Let's Keep Doing More Together... Until Every Child Is Served.
So many things about the young man in this photograph, that inspires me. One of them? He believes I have solution to all of his academic home work! Aahh.
Interestingly, he is one of our sponsored children in high school who has been on sponsorship from nursery 2, till date! #terrificSponsors. God bless them. #Street2SchoolNG.
For every home work that he cannot solve. ScholarB would take the stress of walking down to my house with his 📚 books. He believes I am a genius. :D Hehehe. During his common entrance examination, maths was our favourite subject as weekends were set aside for problem solving. :)
Okay, It was going to be an interclass debate in his school today, and as one of the debaters..... ScholarB was around for hours yesterday, as we spent time developing points on why democratic governance is the best form of government. He is in JSS 1. Apparently, as shown in the photograph, (which was shot by my little one) lack of electrici…
When we lost one of our pupils last year, it was a difficult thing to bear. Till date, the pain still lingers.
She was only 7years and, I could remember that morning she was brought to my office, she complained of headache. We asked if she had eaten, she answered 'No'. So, we got her some meal. She ate and slept in my office, afterwards. No class for that day. No class. Sorry.
That day, she was the last pupil to leave school for home as mama came pretty late to pick her. Mary was off school for some days. To cut the story short. Little Mary died some two weeks, thereafter.
When a child is sick, we don't just send them home anymore, as we aren't sure of how much medical care they would be given, due to lack in the home. So we ensure we follow through. We get the children into the nearest private clinic, where laboratory tests are conducted, and necessary drugs prescribed. Often times we have had the children admitted for days. We would wait patiently…