Africa Education Aid For Development Network Solicits For Support In Sending 1000 Children Back To School

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Africa Education Aid For Development Network embarks on an initiative tagged ‘Back to School Outreach’ which they have undertaken in view of tackling an underlying factor that prevents children from going or staying in school in Africa, which is lack of basic school necessities and learning aid,

Their target is to send 1000 children back to school. Currently they are campaigning for funds to reach or exceed their target.

As an organization, their approach towards tackling educational challenges majorly involves combating the underlying issues and challenges which prevent children from going and staying in school.

With a donation of N2000 you can send a child to school, With a donation of N1000, you can buy a school bag, this is a break down Below=

School Bags: N1000

School Uniform: N1500

Exercise Books and Stationary: N1500

Sandal and Socks: N1200

Total Item per child: N 5,200 ($17)

Let us jointly support their quest to send 1000 children back to school by donating and / or volunteering today.


AFEADEN has held various outreach independently and in partnership with various organizations, most recent was The teenager’s games hang out where they hung out and interacted with teenagers using the fun avenue to educate, teach them and identify characters that needed modification. The Teenagers career day which was an avenue for the organization to encourage teenagers to aspire and become relevant. The teenagers were enlightened on various career choices and industry professional were invited to teach and share their experiences with them.The just concluded Menstrual Hygiene School tour was a huge success, as they distributed sanitary pads and menstrual hygiene educational pamphlets to over 1200 teenage girls. AFEADEN hosts monthly mentoring and coaching session for children and youths.






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