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Primary Education for 1385 Poor Children in Uboma

Project Needs and Beneficiaries

The problem that Partners for Freedom is addressing is poverty and illiteracy among poor children in Uboma villages of Imo State in Nigeria. Our solution offers a variety of education resources for alternative learning methods that improve the education of children from poor families. The project will help children from poor families learn to be creative, and build their arts literacy skills. These education supplies are not available to 1385 poor children in UBOMA villages.


If we provide one-year supply of additional learning tools like school bags, pens, pencils, rulers, crayons, erasers, exercise books, calculators, water bottles, and math sets we will improve the quality of education for poor rural children.

Additional Documentation
This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

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Potential Long Term Impact
Children learn by seeing, listening, and doing. Poor children in Uboma do not have the privilege to be creative and develop their potentials. The project will provide poor children the opportunity to enjoy learning and have quality education.

Project Message
Education is important to the health of a nation and its people. By giving education to poor children we invest wisely in our future today.
- Edna Udobong, Executive Director of Partners for Freedom.

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