NGO SET TO ENLIST OVER 500 BENEFICIARIES IN IT’S EDUCATION TRUST FUND SCHEME
As part of efforts to support the less privilege, Human Development Initiatives,(HDI),a non-governmental organization based in Lagos has announced it’s 2019 Education Trust Fund project which focuses on supporting the education of orphans, children of widows and children with disabilities who are highly prone to dropping out of school as a result of the demise of one or both parents and consequent inability of the surviving parent or guardian to meet the children’s educational needs.
The Human Development Initiatives-Education Trust Fund, (HDI-ETF) supports government’s efforts in ensuring the education of selected beneficiaries from primary through University based on good behavior and consistent outstanding academic performance. The scheme provides her beneficiaries with School uniforms; pairs of socks; Ties; Berets; school sandals; School bags; Exercises books; Mathematical sets; Core subject text books not provided by the Government while also paying all government approved associated costs or fees.
According to the Executive Director, Mrs. Olufunso Owasanoye revealed that over 400 students have benefited from the HDI-ETF scheme which ranges from payment of Sundry fees as well education support materials adding that five hundred people will benefit from this year’s benevolence. She calls on Organization, individuals to support the initiative which is aimed at making the lives of vulnerable people better.
“There is no doubt that initiatives makes lives better. Let us all impact a life by giving towards humanity”,Owasanoye Stressed.
The event which is scheduled to hold on the 5th of September at the University of Lagos Multi-purpose Hall C by 10am will have lot of dignitaries in attendance.