Give North Education

Give North Education


To my mentor, the seasonal child right activist, the pressure accelerator of northern Nigeria education. More Allah's noor and khair in all ur endeavours, and remember u are actually minus one, may Allah grant u the opportunity to utilise ur time and make jannah, thank u 4 always putting humanity first in your struggles, may Allah bless u abundantly for that.

I'm delighted to inform that Our time Table for GNE_e-mentoring Sokoto chapter is ready and out.
Please kindly join our group chat to see more lights and help us share the link to the nearest secondary school.

is recording more success.

This is sultan bello secondary school in sokoto state.

Concerned individuals should join us here and celebrate another vibrant governor of sokoto state for his efforts towards fixing Education gap in the state.

This is patriotic gesture.
Education is right not a privilege.

are currently coaching school students for their waec/Neco and JSS Exams. kindly join us for online mentorship during the course of this break, the efficiency of the new approach, as the mechanism of teaching /learning and it's impact on both teachers and students on career development.

Please share it to the nearest secondary school that you know. Let's help together thank you sir/ma

Together we can ensure


I give kudos to the brain behind this initiative...

In my own little support to eradicate I designed a skill acquisition programme that will forever be beneficial to not just the but at large.

I guess we can work together to actulize our dream for a better and qualitative education for self reliance.

Not till you go to places lyk SOKOTO, KANO, KADUNA, KEBBI, TARABA, ZARIA and other Northern cities, you will never recognize the beauty, hospitality and congeniality of northerners..

Many Nigerians especially from the south have demonized the region such that anyone who want to travel there will be discouraged..

The influx of underprivileged northerners into Lagos the heartbeat of Nigeria has resulted in the generalization that anybody from there is deprived.. NOOO they are not, I know many wealthy and well educated northerners who have never been to Lagos or Abuja..

Yeah Islam is d dominant religion in the north, hence their values and belief are greatly influence by the religion, many southerners sees it as extreme fanaticism which is not the case once u respect the culture of your host community, you will leave peacefully among them..

Beyond what Boko Haram are propagating, hope u remembered that even the chibok girls were kidnapped while attending western education classes, that shows that northerners are not only embracing male education but also female education.. Asma'u was far better than any southern female student in her class and Khadija Was The best graduating student from her department..

Northerners are arguable to most hospitable in Nigeria..they will offer you shelter and food as well as treat u as one of their own..but what they only want from you is not to desecrate their religion and culture..

Go out there and invest in North, make friends, enjoy the hospitality and rich culture..

Intellectually fit campaign for education
Intellectually proved struggle
An intellectuals initiative

An initiative for a quality , affordable and inclusive for the less privileged and underserved ones

Photos from Give North Education's post 01/07/2023

Give North Education Quranic Musabaqa in Kebbi State for 6 categories;

#40 hizb
#20 hizb
#10 hisb
#7 hisb
#5 hizb and
#3 hizb respectively.

It’s taking place across Islamiyya schools within birnin kebbi metropolis


With less than a month to the STEM Club Project Africa coming up on the 24th of Jan 2023 as part of the LearningPlanet Alliance , more than registered attendees so far from countries across the globe .

Have you registered yet ?

This exclusive dialogue will gather young leaders, policy experts, & government representatives to explore challenges of education in Africa and come up with a strategic solution plans to tackle those challenges from the African context .

Today, 258 million children and youth still do not attend school; 617 million children and adolescents cannot read and do basic math; less than 40% of girls in sub-Saharan Africa complete lower secondary school and some four million children and youth refugees are out of school. Their right to education is being violated and it is unacceptable. We need to change this now .

You don’t want to miss this dialogue with amazing panelist across Africa and beyond .

Reg here :

Photos from STEM Club Project Africa's post 08/23/2022

Vision FM Katsina 92.1 will be hosting Abubakar Aminu Gozaki tomorrow in a discussion on "Making Girls Education Count" in the Education Spotlight Radio Show series sponsored by Connected Development with funding from Malala Fund

To be hosted by Comr Kabir Sa'idu Bahaushe


Over #150 ministers of education were present at UNESCO HQ as a global responsibility to propose an actions that will improve the state of our education .

Dear Global we urge you as matter of emergency to tell governments at all levels to continue to support and employ initiatives of young people around the world who are doing remarkable things in a remarkable ways for their societies .


As of March 2022, 23 countries – home to over 400 million schoolchildren – have yet to fully open schools, with many children at risk of dropping out. UNICEF

Education is a right not a privilege.
Number of out of schools children is escalating rapidly .

for examples in : there are 18.5 million out-of-school children, 60% of whom are girls,
Getting to 8 millions increment compared to the previous report .

And 70% of school children not learning at all .

We must involve grassroot initiatives in other to achieve the goals of leaving no one behind .

The big question is “ How effective previous policies are to address this ?

No child deserves a day out of school Give North Education


From 2013 to 2022 the total number of out of schools children increased from 10.5million to over 18millions .

It seems whether the public schools system is not to carry every one along .

Our demand is simple : , and education for all Give North Education

Education is a right not a privilege.


It's time to make the promise of the a reality for all. Together, let's show world leaders that means quality education. Join the conversation at the ECOSOC Forum.

Photos from Give North Education's post 11/25/2021

IslamIyya schools competition in Kebbi state.

The program was designed to boost morales of students from IslamIyya Schools in the state so as to prepare them fully .

Special thanks to Herpheez Aliyu Kaoje for the job Weldon.

Education is a right not a privilege.


Happy Teachers Day.......

Here are the facts: There is a major shortage of qualified teachers globally 🌍 – we need at least 24 million more for primary & 44 million for secondary education.


Education brings life........ Where are we today ?
A student from the North drenched in the rain, cycling through water puddle all in a bid to get education.
Education is the most powerful weapon that can change the world The existence of human beings cannot be meaningful without education. Education is so sacrosanct because it helps in transferring history, artefacts, culture and traditions of people from generations to generations. Efforts of parents to save huge amounts of money for their children to inherit are commendable but the best gift any parents can give their children is education. It is only through education that people learn how best to worship God, how to relate cordially with others and equip themselves for the challenges that life might bring forth. Education brings life and allows one to understand the applied social psychiatry that manipulates education life with social distractions.

Education has been playing key roles in transforming the lives of people. It transfers learners from the darkness of illiteracy to an uninterrupted light of knowledge
The Government need to provide quality and affordable education which can alleviate the suffering of both student and teachers in Nigeria.

Education is a right not privilege.
Give North Educatio


Education Gallery in Northern Nigeria in 1953 at Sokoto Province.

Education is a right not a privilege.


strives for a quality and afgordat education to the most underserved communities in Northern Nigeria.

Thank you DW Deutsche Welle for showing what we do to the world.

Student World World Literacy Foundation Right for Education Africa Future Education Foundation Muhammad Mayhoolar M'y Global Education Study Centres Malala Fund ConnectAID United Nations UNICEF UNESCO Comic Relief US Save the Children US

Photos from Give North Education's post 05/29/2021

The right to education is one of the key principles underpinning the Education 2030 Agenda and Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG4) adopted by the international community. SDG 4 is rights-based and seeks to ensure the full enjoyment of the right to education as fundamental to achieving sustainable development.

Yet millions of children and adults remain deprived of educational opportunities, many as a result of social, cultural and economic factors.

Education in itself is an empowering right and one of the most powerful tools by which economically and socially marginalized children and adults can lift themselves out of poverty and participate fully in society.

In order to do so there must exist equality of opportunity and universal access. Normative instruments of the United Nations and UNESCO lay down international legal obligations which recognize and develop the right of every person to enjoy access to education of good quality. This legal framework is considered of great importance by Member States and the international community in implementing the right to education.

supports to establish solid national legal and policy frameworks that create the foundation and conditions for the delivery and sustainability of quality education. In turn, governments must be held accountable to fulfill their legal and political obligations to provide good quality education for all and to implement and monitor education policies and strategies more effectively.


Today, education remains an inaccessible right for millions of children around the world. More than 72 million children of primary education age are not in school and 759 million adults are illiterate and do not have the awareness necessary to improve both their living conditions and those of their children.

As a result of poverty and marginalization, more than 72 million children around the world remain unschooled.

Sub-Saharan Africa is the most affected area with over 32 million children of primary school age remaining uneducated. Central and Eastern Asia, as well as the Pacific, are also severely affected by this problem with more than 27 million uneducated children.

Does the government really cares to hear this ?

Education is a right not a privilege.

Photos from Give North Education's post 03/01/2021

What a Big for the Give North Education ! Bravo!

Some couple of months back, we started a case study on a in inside , this particular village Children and Youths are sidelined educationally due to lack of access to , as the only available primary school in the is a long standing over dilapidated at a middle of a with no single or , no and access to .

This makes it hard for to go to school, with the efforts of this project Give North Education we finally open new for this children as the renovation of the with new structures and modern learning equipment and clean water has just started by the as promised to us during our advocacy campaings ! They will now have opportunity to and learn under a conducive atmosphere just like their peers in urban schools.

This is a Big for all of us!

Suzanne Ehlers UNICEF United Nations Media Partnerships UNESCO The World Bank World Economic Forum Africa Media Development Foundation African Union Africa Confidential Malala Fund Comic Relief

Photos from Give North Education's post 02/26/2021

in the has been stricken so hard with today's "Friday" fresh from their dormitories at Zamfara state.

This came of struggle to the last week Wednesday in .

Violence against children, like domestic violence, is rooted in low human rights standards, gender inequality and unequal power dynamics. The system is rigged against them.

The United Nations Convention on The Rights of the Child set out minimum standards for the protection of children which every government that is willing to protects it children must follow, It is a tool to insist on and measure better treatment for children.
It requires states to take all feasible measures to ensure protection and care of children who are affected by an armed conflict. enough people steering the network of in the have failed very woefully, our elders and stakeholders keep quiets and isolate themselves at a time when the land needed them most , this is a big hypocrisy.

Girls and Children education in the are at risk , join Give North Education let's act for all.

Education is a right not a privilege.


Who will ?

We need to face the fact that the Nigerian education system has undoubtedly failed millions of children. In Northern Nigeria, conflict has deprived many children of access to education. Teachers have been killed, and schools burned down or closed for security reasons.

Education is a fundamental human rights, and is an enabler of all rights. Everyone, from the poorest to the richest, in every corner of the world, from the most remote areas to the heart of mega-cities, and every context, in a country at peace or torn by conflicts, and irrespective of their ethnic origin, gender, age or disabilities, everyone is entitled to claim that right.

It's evident that the government cannot fix the educational sector alone, then we must play the role of a good citizen joining hands and efforts in fixing this education problem all together!

Education is a right not a privilege

Give North Education

UNICEF Next Generation
United Nations Foundation
United Nations

Photos from Give North Education's post 02/18/2021

has exposed the rot in schools across , it has dictates the failure of governments in the state at both levels.

This is the particular school where a pupil was killed, and many students abducted yesterday wed while sleeping in their dormitories in Niger state , Nigeria. This says a lot about democracy and respect for human fundamental rights in Nigeria, we cannot continue this way, we must rise up and support one another in other to bring this challenges down, its our duty to do this for each other .

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! Education is a right not a privilege.

Who is there to stand for education in the North ??

How could learning take place under this condition please ?

Give North Education UNESCO UNICEF United Nations Volunteers Comic Relief USAID United Nations Media Partnerships European Commission Unilever


Glory to God the Almighty. The abducted kankara school boys were back....

Photos from Give North Education's post 11/13/2020

ensures elimination of gender inequalities and disparities in learning that hinders girls child education progress in the North.

We help them see through the window.
Its time to act for education.

Timeline photos 11/11/2020

Stay tuned live tomorrow at exactly 11:00AM at Liberty Radio 91.7 FM Kaduna on the frequency modulation band. With our Kaduna State Team Lead Buhari

It's a live program that will focus on the topic: 'Reopening of Schools in Accordance to COVID-19 Protocols.' Get touch with us and make your own contributions. Thank you.

Tomorrow, Thursday, November 12, 2020.
11:00AM - 12:00PM

More details on the flyer.

—Muhammed-Bello Buhari
Kaduna State Coordinator—Give North Education

Timeline photos 11/10/2020

Here is the story of this two kids from a village in kano state where govt gives Free and Compulsory Education for all. At 5 and 6 all they were trained to live for the rest of their lives, was working hard on the farm and hawking for a living, despite the fact that their parents wants them in school but inaccessible learning in their village makes them fall back.

Dear Fellow Non Education Reformers

I have serious concerns about the current direction of education reform in this country. And I am
not alone, Yet I think many of us who try and express these concerns feel like we are small voices
outside of what has become an echo chamber of reform rhetoric. Money, relationships and
opinions inside of this echo chamber have become increasingly insular over a good number of years.
The end result is a self-proclaimed “Education Reform” community that comes across as self-
righteously willing to dismiss the concerns of those of us who are not part of the inner circle.This
reform community includes government agencies at all
level; schools and advocacy organizations that hire and work primarily with people who “share
their corevalues” or are a “good fit with their culture"-in other words, people who think the same

Photos from Give North Education's post 11/08/2020


The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted almost every aspect of daily life but presents an added burden on families with young children. Closures of schools and child care centers have put a strain on caregivers to meet all of the developmental needs of children at home. This, in combination with economic instability and social isolation, is a recipe for toxic stress, which can have long-term negative effects on brain development and health.

Even before the COVID-19, 8 out of 10 children in low-income countries did not have access to pre-primary education.We are missing a critical window of opportunity to build the foundational skills that set young learners on a path to success in school and beyond.

Recently the Center for Universal Education (CUE) hosted a virtual roundtable discussion that examined the current state of pre-primary education around the world—who has access, how it is funded, and what “quality” means—and what is needed to prioritize and accelerate progress toward providing quality universal pre-primary education for all. Kano is not on exception looking out how the state government has come up with series of programs like the free and compulsory education for all children in the state regardless of background meant to direct the state educational system into a path of sustainability, Teachers Training and massive recruitment of more number of them into Teaching profession , perhaps with the attainment of the states education budget a united nations global bench mark of sustainability one would say no one is left behind in terms of quality and affordable education as the sector is financially strong to bring physical not written changes for both schools in Urban and Rural Parts of kano, Millions Upon Millions from the government pocket yet no classrooms for the children , injection of surplus from concerned international organizations but our schools remain a breeding grounds for rats, Recall that ; 31st August, 2020, the executive governor of Kano State, His Excellency, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, disbursed the sum of N880,942,432.38 million in a groundbreaking ceremony for the renovation of primary schools in all the 44 local government areas of Kano State.

Each of the 44 local government area in the state was issued N20 million through the Community Promotion Committee, CPC to execute the renovation projects. The question is where is this money as majority of the schools are still dilapedated without anything on ground ?? With all the huge spendings in education the rate of school attendance was persistently low due to a lost strategy and a misplaced priorities from few individuals trusted by the governor to drive this affairs. We will not keep mute and allow this ill habits ruin our education, those responsible will surely pay for it .

Enough is enough.

(Ambassador World Literacy Foundation, Team Lead )


Happy birthday to one of our frontline champions, a change maker and a true compatriots.

We celebrate you MB Buhari on this day and everyday.

Happiet birthday sir.


This is the state of learning at Shara Village of Sumaila Local Govt in kano state.


On 31st August, 2020, the executive governor of Kano State, His Excellency, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, disbursed the sum of N880,942,432.38 million in a groundbreaking ceremony for the renovation of primary schools in all the 44 local government areas of Kano State.

Who will assist this campaign ??

Each of the 44 local government area in the state was issued N20 million through the Community Promotion Committee, CPC to execute the renovation projects.

Where does this money went to ??

Photos from Give North Education's post 10/12/2020

Schools Resumption Gallery in Kano.
This is the state of Govt Girls Secondary School Sallari, Tarauni LGA. The students have been sitting on the bare floor for more than 2years,

subjecting them to an intense heat from the ground during the heat season and unprecedented cold during the harmattan.

Who will act for our education ??

That could only be us through solidarity.

Join this campaign now

sani aliyu

Photos from Give North Education's post 10/07/2020

Who is ready to support education in the North ??

This is Unguwar Dambo village, a village of less than 2km from badaria in Birnin Kebbi, -No Schools Facilities -No Islamiyya School and No access to roads and Pipe born water. Their children rely heavily on selling leaves (Rama, Zogala , Tapasa etc.) Its time to act for education in the North, assist us in raising funds for this project via this link .

Please share as you read. .

Photos from Give North Education's post 10/03/2020

We ensure no child to be left behind.

Join us today.
Education is a right not a privilege.


Exciting moment from the scene of our Quranic Competition in Kebbi state.

Education is a right not a privilege.

Photos from Give North Education's post 09/29/2020

completion ceremony of 2020 Quranic Musabaqah Competition Kebbi state.

This program covers an intensive Quranic competitions between islamiyyah schools so as to encourage knowledge within our local communities.

Kudus to this Team.
Herpheez Aliyu Kaoje


You're all invited. Dont miss this.

Photos from Give North Education's post 09/26/2020

kebbi state.

Photos from Give North Education's post 09/23/2020

Congratulations to all of us from the North.

This campaign is unstoppable.

This is 110 Classrooms with sixty 60 Toilets , 12 staff toilets and 14 staff rooms LEA, Lokoja Road in Rigasa of kaduna state constructed by the iron man his excellency El-Rufai to ensure his fight against illiteracy in Northern Nigeria. This victory is for all of us struggling for the betterment of education in Nigeria. Lets celebrate this all together.


World Humanitarian Day.


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Achieving inclusive and quality education for all reaffirms the belief that education is one of the most powerful and proven vehicles for sustainable development. This goal ensures that all girls and boys complete free primary and secondary schooling by 2030. It also aims to provide equal access to affordable vocational training, and to eliminate gender and wealth disparities with the aim of achieving universal access to a quality higher education.

Quality education is one of 17 Global Goals that make up the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. An integrated approach is crucial for progress across the multiple goals.


Kano State Governor Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has approved the immediate fumigation of the 524 WAEC Examination Centres in Kano including both Private and Public Secondary Schools.
His Excellency is to flag off the commencement of the fumigation exercise tomorrow, Thursday, 6th August, 2020 at 10am at the premises of DINOP INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL located along Old CBN Road, Hotoro GRA. The Executive Governor is to be duly represented by His Excellency, The Deputy Governor, Dr. Nasir Yusuf Gawuna during the event in company of the Honourable Commissioners of Education.

Source : commissioner of education kano state.

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