SECOND EDITION OF THE AFRIGROWTH FOUNDATION FCT ABUJA READING COMPETITION

AfriGrowth Foundation believes that a child without good education is indeed a liability to the community (society) and that reading is the foundation of a sound education. This brought about the Foundation’s Library Literacy Program, which is designed to reawaken a slumbering reading culture in Nigeria, through the provision of library facilities and other supportive […]

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We Received a Certificate of Appreciation from Management and Staff of LEA Primary School Shetuko, Kuje

After the memorable “dress and feed a child this December”  program held held on December 8th 2017 at LEA Shetuko Kuje Area Council Abuja, We received the staff and management of the school with a certificate of appreciation for the program held at their school. Mr.  Micheal  led the proceeds by introducing himself alongside everyone […]

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AFRIGROWTH FOUNDATION ENHANCES CHILD LITERACY WITHIN FCT ABUJA

Education for children is a foundation through which any country can attain development, when you are educated, you become literate which gives you the ability to read and write, listen and speak then you would have communicated.   AfriGrowth Foundation have identified that child literacy in Nigeria is at a constant decrease in terms of […]

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Child Education: Enhancing The Lives Of The Underprivileged

A popular saying goes, “all children can learn” and certain things must be put in place for such to happen which are not limited to our approach to teaching, the teaching environment and the resources for learning. Many privately owned schools in Africa continue to prove that they can create the best learning environment for […]

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4TH EDITION OF THE LIBRARY LITERACY PROGRAMME READING COMPETITION

AfriGrowth Foundation believes that a child born without good education is a liability to the community. This brought about the implementation of the library reading program, designed to encourage the “back to reading culture” in the underserved communities.   AfriGrowth Foundation periodically organizes reading competitions to assess the impact of this program in the primary […]

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AfriGrowth Foundation Commissions 6 New libraries in Primary School Abuja sponsored by Australian High Commission through the Direct Aid Program(DAP) on the 30th March, 2017.

AfriGrowth Foundation has as one of its main focus in cultivating the reading culture in children especially from ages 3-15, by opening and equipping libraries in underserved communities in Nigeria. It was remarkable when 6 new libraries was commissioned in Primary Schools in Gwagwalada Area Council recently. This was sponsored by the Australian High Commission […]

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AFRIGROWTH FOUNDATION COMMISSIONS FOUR LIBRARIES IN LEA PRIMARY SCHOOLS ABUJA

AfriGrowth Foundation has as one of its main focus in cultivating the reading culture in children especially from ages 3-15, by opening and equipping libraries in underserved communities in Nigeria. It was remarkable when 6 new libraries was commissioned in Primary Schools in Gwagwalada Area Council recently. This was sponsored by the Australian High Commission […]

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Bringing Back the Reading Culture

Education is a human right and the basis for life-long learning. It empowers individuals, families and communities as a way of improving their quality of life. It has a “multiplier effect” that helps to eradicate poverty, reduce child mortality, curb population growth and ensure sustainability development. High quality early childhood education has the greatest positive […]

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AfriGrowth Foundation Awards Best Libraries in 2015

  This ceremony took place on the 7th December 2015. It was held to evaluate libraries in which AfriGrowth Foundation has refurbished. This brought in various LEA librarians and head teacher representatives from all the area councils in AMAC Registry hall. The schools were encouraged to maintain the standard of the libraries as much as […]

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