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A Brighter Future for Nigerian Children: It All Starts with Education

For families who are in crisis, have been victims of disasters, or are experiencing overwhelming poverty, keeping their children in school and on track with their education can be very challenging, if not, even impossible. More than 124 million children and youth around the world are out of school, with some having no access to … Continue reading

Providing Lifelong Skills One Child At A Time

Through education, children get to obtain knowledge and skills that will help them make a great future for themselves and their families. Through different opportunities, we can help children see that what they learn in life will be a skill that can help them live a better life. Along with literacy and a good education, … Continue reading

Appreciating The Importance Of Literacy Through Our Non-Profit Organization

Literacy governs knowing how to read and write. Any child can develop these skills, but to choose to read good things and write good things are advantages that only a few people get to consciously enjoy. Children can learn the importance of literacy just about anywhere, and by teaching it differently at our non-profit organization … Continue reading

Literacy Helps Children Get Better Opportunities as They Age

Illiteracy is a problem for many communities all over the world, and one of the countries widely affected is Nigeria. A lot of underprivileged children suffer from poverty when they grow up because they are illiterate. Chief Stephen O. Nwankwo Children’s Literacy Foundation International Incorporated strives to promote literacy by reaching out to kind hearts … Continue reading

The Factors That Affect a Child’s Learning Ability

When it comes to academic achievement or learning, there are various factors that contribute to a child’s success. If you want to know more on which factors you should focus on to help a child learn more about the world, then here are some things that you must know. Genetics Numerous scientific studies have shown … Continue reading