Original Post 11/15/2019
Students’ Day at Kafanchan Junior/Secondary School.
This is a very special annual event at the school, in which the students interact with each other and their teachers. The school’s various cultural clubs present dramas, along with a variety of athletic competitions and games. Students look forward to these activities as they build confidence in their talents and abilities.
Original Post From 11/23/2019
Students at Graceland International School and in the various Kafanchan schools are encouraged to think about their futures. What interests do they have? What opportunities do they have for going on to college or university? How should they best prepare to fulfill their goals?
In a recent conversation with Bishop Markus of Kafanchan, I asked him to tell us in his own words the benefit buses would bring to the schools in. He outlined several specific points describing the benefits. Kafanchan is a largely rural with many small villages; the majority of the population live below the poverty line.
Africa Education Partnership (AEP) is committed to building and renovating schools in order to offer a quality education without regard to gender, religion, or ethnic origin. Our schools in Nigeria reflect the diversity of their society. Girls are educated on an equal basis as boys. All students come from different backgrounds.