As parts of its social responsibility, Oaondo Foundation, has donated educational materials to 6193 IDPs, pupils, in Damare and Fufore camps in Adamawa State.
Adekola Adegoke, leader of the Foundation, said the support is to enhance learning capacity of pupils affected by Boko Haram insurgency.
She also explained that, 250 teachers have been trained on basic teaching methods and school management in six schools in the State.
According to her, 8000 pupils are targeted at its second phase of the Foundation, on the ‘back to school projects’ in host communities where IDPs are hosted.
Adegoke urged the state government to replicate the projects across the state, which she described as impactful on the growth of education system of the state.
“The goal of the Foundation is to foster sustainable development by contributing to the achievement of the SDG of universal primary education across the country.
“We constructed and donated two classroom blocks at Yolde pate, while 88 of such schools are constructed in different locations of the State.
Schools that benefited include, Nyibango, Gwadabawa, Imburu, Jambutu, Sabon Yolde pate and Sangere schools.