Our focus on early childhood education for children from disadvantaged backgrounds is our way of speaking up for those who cannot speak for themselves.
In assessing how the initiative could impact a great number of people in the long run, we found a ticking time bomb in children that are denied basic education due to the lack of infrastructure to support learning.
The narrative of education discouraging crime, reducing poverty, promoting equality, and fostering economic growth in the long run cannot be overemphasized.
At Revival Initiative, we yearn to create a world where children born into circumstances beyond their control have a better chance at maximizing their potential, widening the opportunities to the children from the Niger Delta mangroves and the forests of Sambisa.
STATE OF EDUCATION
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current population of Nigeria
In 2017, A UNICEF survey indicated that there was a decline in the number of students that made it to secondary school.
Ratios in the Nigerian Education Management Information System show that 1 qualified teacher is assigned for every 26 pupils in public primary schools. The range varies considerably, as UNESCO figures illustrate: Anambra, 21:1; Kwara, 21:1; Taraba, 22:1; Plateau, 26:1; Ogun, 26:1; Abuja (federal capital), 26:1; Adamawa, 53:1; Yobe, 73:1; and Kano, 565:1
Teaching materials, such as charts and maps, were missing in 42.0 percent of schools, and another 44.5 percent had inadequate supplies of these materials.
of the schools had no science equipment.