FREE TRAINING FOR PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOL

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FREE TRAINING FOR PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOL

About the Project

Our Mission:  To donate self help educational book (Success Equation) to public school libraries and also train the senior class students on “Craving for Academic Excellence”.

As part of our ongoing efforts to reach more schools, the Lagos State Ministry of Education has yet again granted ARLFoundation an approval to reach additional ten (10) public secondary schools for this year’s edition of the Free Students Training and Book Donation Project scheduled to from Monday 12th — Friday 16th, March 2018.

Our Vision:   To have success equation in all public secondary school in Nigeria.

Our Focal Point       Learning Skills

Reading Culture

About the Book (Success Equation):

We have come to realize that in most students is an instinct for academic and career success, but the inability to get their focus and priorities right has been a major hindrance for them to reach their desired pinnacle of success. Hence, Success Equation is a self-help book that provides a step-by-step guidance to help students identify their individual learning challenges and as well proffer practical solutions on how to transit from poor or average academic performance towards achieving academic excellence.

Aside other regular academic books, Success Equation is written to inspire students not only to crave for success but put them through how they can achieve it with determination and hard-work. The book is an easy read, inspiring, informative and engaging.

Author: Ezekiel Akinrinade

Foreword by: Dr. (Mrs.) Adetoun G. Emiola, Lecturer at the University of Lagos

The Objective of the Training:

  • To open the mind of every school students to the importance education
  • To help students develop strong learning culture and crave for outstanding success
  • To educate students on effective learning strategies
  • To inspire an improved academic performance, built around qualitative learning, in schools

Training Session

Main Session                    15mins

Interactive Session            15mins

Question and Answer        15mins

Book Presentation             5mins

Time Table

 

Day Date 1st School 2nd School
9 – 10 am 12 noon – 1 pm
Monday 12/3/2018 Agbede Senior Secondary School Maya Community Senior Grammar School
Tuesday 13/3/2018 Odogunyan Senior Grammar School Zumuratul Islamiyyah Senior Grammar School
Wednesday 14/3/2018 Imota Community Senior Grammar School Ikosi Senior High School, Ikosi
Thursday 15/3/2018 Community Senior High School, Alapere Muslim Senior College, Oworonshoki
Friday 16/3/2018 Somolu Senior High School, Moroco Road, Igbobi Lanre Awolokun High School, Gbagada


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National Dialogue on HB 585 NGO Bill.

The national assembly is set to pass a Bill for the regulations of the activities of Non Governmental Organisations in Nigeria.

The Bill was sponsored by a member of the House of Representatives from Kogi State.

The Bill amongst other seek that after completing corporate affairs commission registration, NGO must register with the yet to be approved commission which the proposed Bill seek to create and must sought the approval of the commission before embarking on any project. In effect, this means no single project can be implemented without an approval from the commission.

Having realise the consequence of the implications of the Bill, the Network of Nigeria NGO (NNNGO) in collaboration with Innercity Mission for Children organized a stakeholders National Dialogue on the NGO Regulatory Bill (HB585) to discuss the issues arising from its consequence if passed into law.

A total number of one hundred and twenty (120) participants from across the 36 states were in attendance including the FCT to dialogue and chart a common cause for the non profit sector.

It was unanimously agreed that the Bill, if allowed to scale through and passed into law, would not only frustrate the activities of NGOs but also kill the sector.
Some of the threats posed by this proposed bill are highlighted as the following:

— It will restrict and cut short the voice of advocacy and subject the civic space to the dictate of incumbent government.

— It will incarcerate the civil society practitioners towards being responsive to act of autocratic governance.

— It will restrict, constraint and control the work of practitioners in the civic space.

The Bill is a monster that has the capacity of hindering the complementing efforts from civil society towards the development of the nation and reduction of social vices.

The stakeholders also charge the practitioners in the civic space to be responsible and accountable. Also to be compliant with the existing regulations.

African Resourceful Leaders Foundation (ARLFoundation) was represented at the National Dialogue by Mr. Jamiu Akangbe.

The official communique will be put up once it’s sent by the committee.