Team ChiYoWo visited Royal Regency Schools in Badore, Ajah, Lagos State. We had an amazing time with over 200 youth.
Girl Child Day Celebration
Drug Abuse Workshop
Special thanks go out to the Management of Royal Regency Schools, NSF(UK), TAAI Consultancy and the Big Secret Company.
ChiYoWo is proud to announce we have found some enthusiastic ChiYoWo Environmental Stewards (CES) as part of our ‘Education on Environmental Sustainability’ activities, at TALENT LINK SCHOOL, YOMI PEDRO STREET, IYANA IPAJA, LAGOS STATE. Our pictures tell our story :).
Did you know only 9% of plastic waste produced has been recycled? That more than 8.3 billion tonnes of plastic have been produced since the early 1950s with approximately 60% now in landfills or in our natural habitat? ~ UNenvironment.org
Thanks to our Youth4Growth Team who delivered high impacting environment awareness activities. Guess what? The kids planted our first tree at our host school. The ChiYoWo Team simply Rock ~ it’s how we Give Back. Hugs to our Home and our Planet.
Happy World Environment Day.
Our gratitude continues to go out to our development and Book Drive Partners – TAAI Consultancy, NSF-UK and The Big Secret Company
The Children, Youth and Women Empowerment Initiative team celebrated Children’s Day 2018 in Lagos State and Edo State.
Theme: ‘Empowering Future Leaders – Protecting and Safeguarding Children.
- Educational Quiz Competitions
- Interactive Games
- Spelling Bee Competitions
- Motivational and Leadership Discussions
- Presentation of reading books to children
Let’s keep on empowering our children and youth!
Books and Games Donors: Nigerian Schools Foundation (UK) & The Big Secret Company.
A Children, Youth and Women Empowerment Initiative.
Three schools came together Far Sights Schools, Fahove International School and Brought Brain School and took part in an inter-collegiate debate, leadership board game activity, spelling bee competition. The aim was to celebrate education, collaboration, and participation at the grassroot level.
Uber Driver: Ma, why do you go to hard to reach areas like this one. Don’t you think more people want to collaborate with you if you work with only high ranking and profiled schools
Me (Toks): Maybe you are right but if we all concentrate on those schools who will reach the forgotten children and their schools?
3 hours later – Principal of host school: Thank you very much ChiYoWo for visiting our school! We love all the activities and how you interacted with our school and the 2 visiting schools. Thanks for the lovely books. May God bless you and your team richly…please don’t forget us and be sure to visit us again.
Community: Alaro Meiran, Lagos State
Total Journey Time: 5 hours
Conditions: Heavy traffic, rush hour, some good roads, roadworks, many potholes, flustered driver and sweaty Diva and bewildered volunteer (Francis) who met up with us and showed us the way.
Volunteers: Francis, Stephanie, Ubok, Wura and Me (Toks) 🙂
Supporting Team: The ChiYoWo Family!
It’s how we roll :)…
14th February 2018 – The True Meaning of Love
The ChiYoWo Team had fun today with some children at So Said Charity in Okota, Lagos State. Thanks a lot to our Partner the makers of Princess Chin Chin and Cup Cakes, each child had a lovely food bag.
We had an arts and craft workshop, a love song and act session, a “what I want to be when I grow up” session, the true meaning of love and a dance session.
We love making a difference… it’s what we do😆
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