A Senior Secondary School (SS3) female student of Funtaj International School, Apo Legislative Quarters, Abuja, Maimuna Arah, has donated over 50 school bags to less-privileged pupils of Junior Secondary School, Gudu in the same quarters.
The Federal Government said it spent about 100 million US dollars in feeding 10 million Nigerian children under the National School Feeding Programme...
To reduce the number of out-of-school children in the North East, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has trained over 400,000 school children in Adamawa
Human Development Initiatives (HDI) has supported over 400 vulnerable pupils with educational materials as part of efforts to prevent children from dropping out of school.
As part of efforts to bridge the nation’s literacy gap, a non-governmental organisation, Executive Initiatives, has partnered with a financial tech company, Chipper Cash, to offer
The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Primary Healthcare Board, in partnership with a pharmaceutical firm, Biomedical, has concluded plans to deworm about 16,800 pupils in Kwali Area Council, Abuja.
Chairman/CEO Blue Shield Security Ltd, Ozo Nweke, has called on the federal and state governments to provide security and ensure the safety of students, especially at the primary
With the relief afforded their parents as a result of their educational exploits, Blessing Ugbebor and Bilikisu Abdulraheem, have tasked students of their alma mater
Cheerful and innocent, they file out daily to their school full of determination to learn, meet, and, of course, play with their friends.
Rivers State Government and the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) have debunked reports of teachers sexually abusing 50 pupils in Rivers State.
In a bid to catch them young, the Nigerian Institute of Building (NIOB), Lagos chapter has charged pupils in secondary schools to develop a career path in the building profession.
Disturbing cases of abusive relationships between teachers and pupils do not mirror Nigerian society as civilised.