Adedayo Akinwale in Abuja
To complement the effort of the federal government in attaining Goal four of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), which harps quality education, the Junior Chamber International (JCI), Abuja unit, on Wednesday donated a block of two classrooms, learning materials and furniture to L.E.A Nomadic Primary School, Dutse Sokale, Abuja.
Speaking at the handover ceremony, the 2016 President of JCI Abuja Unit, Mr. Ozodi Sylvester, said the reason for the intervention programme, which was done in collaboration with Books and GEMS Initiative, and SAM Empowerment Foundation was to improve the standard of education at the primary school level.
He noted that the intervention would ensure an increase in the standard of early child care education in the school, adding that the pupils of the school would graduate into the primary better built
Sylvester stated: “The reason behind the programme is for us to key into the SDGs goal number four which talks about quality education. We notice there are gaps of facility and learning materials in this school, we came in to do our own quota to better the lot of these children and to improve their learning condition.”
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