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Philipanna Foundation is a non – governmental organization that is committed toward child literacy. The foundation complements the efforts of State Ministries of Education in Nigeria, to improve child literacy in rural areas, through language intervention programmes. The programme concentrates on reading, writing and speaking in English language in rural public primary schools. The aim is for pupils to attain meaningful completion of primary education and become lifelong learners. We hire experienced qualified teachers with a passion for teaching on a two years commitment basis. The Hired teachers are first equipped with initial training and are subjected to subsequent continuous professional development. All these is to ensure successful completion of basic primary education. The literacy intervention programme employs the Jolly Phonic method of teaching, Raz –plus literacy programme, Susan Jones teaching and other resources from teachers pay teachers.

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Mission Statement

To collaborate with relevant institutions towards improvement of

child literacy in rural public primary schools in

Nigeria through quality education interventions.

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Philipanna foundation collaborates with a pharmaceutical company in India to donate Medications and Medical consumables to hospitals in rural communities in Nigeria. The aim is to ensure accessibility of quality healthcare by patients in rural areas. This donation is done on quarterly basis; on the demand by the various hospitals within our care.  Furthermore, we organize health symposiums to educate our mothers on various diseases and ways to prevent diseases

Challenges

  • Statistics shows that about “18.5 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.
    It has been observed that students who struggle to read are more likely to drop out of school, especially those in economic disadvantaged areas. Thus, poor reading ability might affect student’s performance in other subjects.

Philipanna Foundation complements the efforts of state ministries of education in Nigeria, to improve the literacy rate in rural areas, which is intends to achieve through language intervention programmes.

Contact

Address: Unit 59/60 Evergreen mall, plot 1129 Cadastral zone B02 Durumi, Abuja, Nigeria
Lagos office : Ampak Plaza, Plot 3 Otunba Jobi Fele way CBD, Alausa Lagos, Nigeria.

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