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Do you know the 21 quotes that Nelson Mandela made about Education?

We all have our heroes. Those human beings seem larger than life and almost achieve Godlike status. One of my heroes is the late-great Nelson Mandela, who was affectionally nicknamed “Madiba.” His life serves as a testament to the impact that one determined person can have on the course of history. In this blog, I want to share 21 inspirational quotes that Nelson Mandela made about education with you.

Orphans and under-privileged kids at Complex Primary School Yalla in Togo get educational supplies

On March 30, 2023, Lema Plan International delivered educational supplies to Complex Primary School in Yalla, Togo. We believed that every child, regardless of background, should be given a chance to realize their full potential, so our main goal was to assist those most in need. This is especially important when they are young because …

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In Togo, Scholarship awarded to 6 orphans of EPP Adetikope group C and CEG Tsive

In light of the rising cost of education in Africa and the consequent increase in the number of children dropping out due to their inability to support themselves through school, some parents and guardians who were present during the visit were gushing with praise for the kind gesture shown to these orphaned children. Lema Plan International was thanked, and they wished them luck in all of their endeavours.

Lema Plan International (LPI) School Outreach

Lema Plan International is a humanitarian organization dedicated to improving the lives of women and children, particularly those living in rural areas. The LPI school outreach took place on June 2, 2022, at Community Secondary School (CSS) Umu-Alor, Isi-Uzo LGA Enugu State. The LPI school outreach program was established to assist indigent school children whose …

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SDG 1 – ZERO POVERTY

According to UN reports, more than 700 million people still live in poverty today. The poverty rate is said to be at least 17.2 percent higher in rural areas than in urban areas. These numbers are quite daunting, which is why they are the driving force behind the development of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG-1), …

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