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Waterlight Save Initiative, Rotary club Donate Books To Schools



It was a historic moment for the staff and students of Government secondary school New Nyanya Gbagyi, Nasarawa State, as Waterlight save initiative in conjunction with Rotary club International, donated textbooks to the school on Wednesday, 19th September, 2019 to enable the school start up a library so children can have access to free textbooks.

When the founder of Waterlight save initiative, Engr Prince Ero Ibhafidon was asked the reason for the donation of the text books which are expensive, he said the reason is because they are expensive and their parents can’t afford the text books, and that is the reason Waterlight save initiative came to be, giving hope to the less privilege. We are discovering disadvantaged schools for the poorest people and giving hope to them, so they can get self-education, be useful to themselves and their families and become better citizens. He said we look forward to partnering with organisations of like minds, He said Access to quality education is a prerequisite to the development and stability of the African continent. Given the magnitude of humanitarian crisis in Northern Nigeria today, our contribution towards inculcating formal education may be well received if we are to provide essential tools for learning- made-easy. We believe it is possible to increase the efficiency of self -learning at no cost.

That Waterlight Save Initiative, is created, a non- profit organisation  with specialised start-up in the installation of Bush Library (local communities Library) at colleges, high schools and training centres in Africa,  out of digital tools.

Our solution is based on making it possible for less privileged children to gain access to education in tens of thousands of educational contents without internet access, He also promise the staff and students that the initiative will maintain a sustainable donation to the school. He also use the opportunity to thank those that donated books.

When the principal of the school was interviewed, he said in his life he has never seen a thing of this kind in his service as principal, he was overwhelmed, he wishes this kind gesture should be extended to other schools in the state that are in deplorable conditions too.






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