Illiteracy – Education

At the Vaccine Network for Disease Control, we believe educated minds become strong players in good governance, policymaking and democracy and could contribute immensely to the economic growth and development of their settlements and society. We therefore engage major stakeholders and create avenues to improve quality education and enrollment of students in schools in our communities.

School Enrolment, Re-enrolment and Retention.

To curb the rate of secondary school drop-out in girls due to limited or lack of funds, adolescent girls were supported into secondary school from primary school in the FCT and Delta State. Our school retention program leverages on block granting with public schools in order to secure quality education for adolescent girls. Since 2018, …

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The transition of Adolescent Girls from Primary to Secondary School.

ACHIEVE and 4GATES Project. In order to curb the rate of secondary school dropouts and discourage early marriages, unwanted pregnancies in the girl child, Vaccine Network for Disease Control supports young girls to access secondary education. Since 2018, we have assisted over 150 adolescent girls – in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and Warri, Delta …

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