There are over 630 public primary schools in the Federal Capital Territory. This just shows that infact with the current situation of things in Nigeria today, many of these schools have been overlooked in terms of the government providing items and resources to these schools in order to maintain a standard quality of learning in all schools. One thing is enrolling children in school and another in making sure that these children are actually receiving quality education. Unknown to many Nigerians and international bodies around the world, there are several government primary schools in the FCT that still have lesser teachers, few classoom blocks, little or known supply of teaching materials such as chalks, desks, dusters, boards e.t.c. This is not just common in the FCT but in several northern states in Nigeria and regions across poor African countries. We decided to the FCT and in sooner time will reach out to more regions across Africa.
Without proper support for the educational system and needy schools, efforts to achieve zero illiteracy might never be achieved. We believe that with the support of good-willing individuals and bodies alike, we'll be able to reach out to needy schools and provide the relevant materials they need to proper produce competitive pupils across the nation and the world at large.