Statistics shows about “10.5 million children are out of school in Nigeria, in a country where government’s primary owned schools are close to free”. On the other hand, majority of the pupils in government owned primary schools are not meeting minimum standards of literacy skills due to several factors such as inadequate basic facilities, inadequate human capacity, e.t.c. Thus, a resultant effect is poor reading ability, which equally affects the students in other subjects and could lead to an eventual dropout situation, further boosting the figures of out-of-school children in the country.
The illiteracy rate in Nigeria is on the rise. Your gift to Philipanna Foundation programmes today is an investment towards securing the future of children in rural areas. Thank you.
Philipanna Foundation
We complements the efforts of State Ministries of Education in Nigeria, to improve the literacy rate in rural areas through language intervention programmes.
Quality Education Intervention
We hire experienced and qualified teachers with a passion for teaching on a two year commitment basis, to concentrate on ‘reading, writing and speaking’ English language in rural public primary schools.


Upcoming Events

Event: Child Literacy Walk

  • 9.00 AM
  • Lagos State