Africa Education Aid for Development Network (AFEADEN) is a non-governmental organization that is providing education for underpriviledged and displaced children in Africa. The organisation is spread across several African countries.
In this interview with YNaija’s #Impact365 series, Obi Judith, founder of Africa Education Aid for Development Network (AFEADEN), tells us how the NGO is providing education for African children by eliminating obstacles that prevent these children from attending schools.
1. What is the mission and objective of your NGO?
- What led to the formation of Africa Education Aid for Development Network (AFEADEN)?
- How long has your NGO been around? Have you made any impact or achieved any of your goals?
- Honestly, your initiative is doing great works. Can you tell us more about some of your outreach project?
- Can you tell us more about the Adopt a Child Campaign?
- What is your approach towards tackling educational challenges?
- Providing scholarships and academic materials
- Actively engaging with international aid and development agencies to implement comprehensive development programs that promote an integrated approach towards education and ensure long-term and sustainable impact.
- Mentoring and leadership development training
- Active parent engagement and child follow-up to ensure excellence at school
- Skill acquisition for children and youths