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BakareBridge Foundation

20 Sep
The BakareBridge Foundation, a charity organisation with focus on general well-being and educational development of children, especially girl-child in low-income underserved communities, has urged Nigerians, governments and private institutions to do more for underprivileged children in rural areas to bridge the gap in development.
18 Sep
The BakareBridge Foundation, a charity organization with a focus on general well-being and educational development of children, especially girl-child in low-income underserved communities, at the weekend held its yearly edition of its annual ‘Bringing Class to the Class’ programme, called on Nigerians, governments and private institutions to do more for underprivileged children in rural areas to bridge the gap in development.

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