Bethesda Begins A New Classroom Project.

Since its inception Bethesda has provided free qualitative education for disadvantaged and orphaned children in Lagos and Ogun state. Our four schools located in Ikota, Ijaiye, matogun and bariga have focused mainly on Nursery and Primary Education with most of our secondary school students attending various secondary schools around their community on complete scholarships. We at Bethesda pride ourselves at not only providing free education but quality education, which is why we have decided to also focus on getting facilities in place for secondary school education and ensure our children can compete with other children from around the world. Some of our generous partners, The South African Women Club (SAWC), Small World and one of our individual donors, who share our dream of getting children off the streets and putting them into schools have agreed to help us build a new block of four classrooms in Ikota. On the 21st of June, 2017, our Founder/Project Coordinator, Mrs. Nkoyo Rapu, led a team of students, teachers and Mrs. Priscilla Cooper, the Charity Coordinator of the SAWC, to perform the groundbreaking ceremony signaling the commencement of the project. We hope that this will be the beginning of a bigger project that will see the building of a complete secondary school in Ikota and lead to us giving more children a chance at a brighter future! You too can help Bethesda achieve her dreams. To sponsor or contribute towards a project, please call Mr. Rex Michael on 08062565493.
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