Singer/Humanitarian, Nikki Laoye continues on her mission to provide care and support for displaced persons in Northern Nigeria.
After her recent visit and assessment of the IDP camp in Kuchingoro Camp via her Angel Relief Fund initiative, Nikki Laoye and her team have decided to channel more support towards the education of the children residing at the camp after the severe disruptions in access to quality education following the Boko Haram insurgency in the North.
Ranging from ages 3 – 15 years and a total of 248 in number, the children are presently undergoing primary education classes via the “School Without Walls Initiative, set up by a couple, Mr & Mrs O’David who had initially visited the camp and seen the children roaming idle with no school on the camp.
Using their personal funds, The couple recruited teachers and they are presently providing some basic primary education to the children on the camp; but require more financial support to sustain the project.
To further support the good work being carried out by the couple,Nikki Laoye is presently reaching out to well meaning individuals and organisations, to help provide a supportive environment of education for these vulnerable children via The Angel Relief Fund, by sponsoring the 248 children at the Kuchingoro IDP camp.
The Angel Relief Fund is also soliciting support for the 1,900 displaced children at the International Christian Center Camp (ICC), located in Benin City.
Nikki Laoye and Sammie Okposo amongst others will be spending time with the children on the 31st of May, 2015.
Interested Individuals and organisation can help support school-related costs to cover provision of school materials, uniform and books for each child within the camps.
These costs are:
5,000 naira ($25) – Covers the provision of school uniforms, books and school materials
3,000 naira ($15) – Covers the provision of school uniforms only
2,000 naira ($10) – Covers the provision of books and school materials only
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