It has been 5 years coming. The Ogan School Charity Building Project is now completed with support from individuals and churches in Canada, and family and friends in Nigeria, the US and the UK. Praise God
CAN-NAIJA HALL comprises: – 4 Classrooms – 93M Deep Water Borehole with Submersible Pump and Storage Tanks – Washroom Building – 3 Flushed Toilets for girls, 3 for boys – Classroom 4 is built as Library, Computer Learning Centre including a Meeting Room . The Dedication and Tape-Cutting event is scheduled for 1pm, Thursday 2nd April, 2020 at Ogan (United Anglican) School, Ogan Town, Ifo Local Government, Ogun State. Four of the proposed 10 computers for the Computer Lab have been donated. Donated may be made for or towards the remaining 6 computers through the Project Cost and Project Management Consultant PALFE ASSOCIATES A/C NO.GTB 002 862 1299. God bless you as you join this great cause to give the village schoolchildren better educational facility for a better future. Ogan Village has a population of about 800, half of which are pupils of Ogan School. Since the gradual reconstruction of their collapsed classroom block, the school population has grown from 200 (in 2 classrooms) to over 400, with the additional classrooms. Million thanks and blessings to our donors and volunteers in the past, and the future assisting in many ways to enrich the lives of the children, and enhance the future of the village. Questions and RSVP to the Dedication Invitation may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ogan School Development Project began as a dream for Fola Soboyejo who has a heart for the children in Ogan, Nigeria. Together with supporters and friends they are making an impact on this area of Africa to make a difference in the lives of many children. THE PLACE & THE NEED: United Anglican School in Ogan Town is a 100-year-old elementary school attended by children from Ogan and 4 neighbouring villages. Until a few years ago there was 3 buildings of 3 classrooms each however, due to aging and structural material two of the buildings have collapsed. The only surviving cement block of 3 classrooms built about 15 years ago is school to about 200 children from kindergarten to Grade 6 who do daily rotations and shifts, enduring half-day schooling. THE GOAL: To build 6 classrooms, a multi-purpose hall with library, computer room, adult education, and water closet washrooms over the next 30 months. To get involved contact Fola at email@example.com for more information.