Global Sites: Nigeria

December 30, 2018

Nigeria’s newly committed Full-Circle Learning schools have made great strides in a short time.

The fourth grade Heroes class from the Nikkie Foundation petitioned the head of their district's water supplier to provide boreholes.

While waiting for clean water for the community, they taught their science acumen to the people, advocating that they boil water to the proper temperature to sterilize it for safe drinking purposes.


December 8, 2018

How does climate change contribute to food insecurity? What innovations increase the nutritional content of the soil while sequestering carbon? How can we show gratitude for those who work to bring nutritious food from the farm to the families? How much time are we willing to give to the well being of the human family?

These questions inspired advocacy and action during an intense week at the 2018 Climate Change Agents Camp. Ea...

June 2, 2017

A long over-due training eventually took place in Delta State, southern region of Nigeria, from mid-April to early May 2017. One hundred and six (106) teachers from ten (10) schools (Harvard Academy, New Day Child, Child Link Computer Institute, Precious Academy, Zion Baptist Academy, Umutu Grammar School, Sister Sarah Nursery School, Nikkie Foundation, God Grace Institute, Obule Group of School) gathered in Umuaja and Sapele,...

May 10, 2017

Nigeria’s Delta State has moved from the waiting list to the regions with Full-Circle Learning training programs. It ranked high on the priority list because the 2017 participating teachers will influence 6,000 students.

Davidson Efetobore enrolled 106 teachers in Obiaruku and Oghara in the first two rounds of training. In these photos, they intently studied the Full-Circle Learning approach to curriculum, self-mastery and clas...

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