Project Eduguide

As we progress each year, the number of children supported by the foundation has increased. OOAF Foundation has proudly accomplished the following in partnership with Eduguide International Group Schools:

  • On May 25, 2013, the sum of N330, 000 was donated as scholarship to support ten students.
  • On March 4, 2014, eleven children were awarded scholarship worth the sum of N412, 000
  • On April 12, 2015, thirteen children were awarded scholarship worth the sum of N509, 000
  • On July 28, 2016, a school held a graduation ceremony whereby nine students from nursery two to primary one graduated, and eleven students graduated from primary six. Ifeoluwa Adekunle, a beneficiary of our scholarship was one of the students that graduated from primary six.

OOA Foundation, committed to advancing the learning and development of children to help ensure a safe and secure future, made a donation of N495, 000 to cover the scholarship for twelve students to support them for the next academic year.

OOAF-Wheels-to-Africa Partnership

Wheels-to-Africa and OOA Foundation have partnered through our “Priceless Gifts project with the intention of providing vulnerable farmers, teachers, community health care workers, the physically challenged and school children with bicycles in rural communities to accomplish the following:

  • Ease farmers access to their farms
  • Enable the teachers and community health care workers have easy access to their workplace and the community members
  • Aid the transportation of the school children whose schools are far from their homes.
  • Empower at-risk youth with skills acquisition training on how to repair bicycles.

The bicycles are been donated by Wheels-to-Africa, a charitable organisation that believes a bike can serve as a lifeline to survival for people in rural communities in Nigeria and Africa.

Help Change a Life Our Kids Stories

This is Esha Lateef. Lateef is 10 years old and a pupil of Holy Trinity Primary School in Ibefun, Ogun state. He is vulnerable because he comes from a low-income family.

English as a Second Language Project

English As a Second Language (ESL) is an intervention project of OOA Foundation aimed at supporting Orphans and Vulnerable Children in our host communities to improve their oral language, literacy in English and learning through camping activities.


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