Updated Sep 22, 2020

Slum-2-School Initiative

http://slumtoschool.org/

Jothan Mmuozoba

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Slum-2-School is a non-profit initiative aimed at improving access to quality education for children in hard-to-reach slums in Nigeria.
How does your innovation work?
There is a 2-phased monitoring strategy in place for the Slum-2-School Project. First, this includes weekly monitoring carried out by the community based volunteers who are young university graduates and undergraduates who l...
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Slum-2-School is a non-profit initiative aimed at improving access to quality education for children in hard-to-reach slums in Nigeria.
How does your innovation work?
There is a 2-phased monitoring strategy in place for the Slum-2-School Project. First, this includes weekly monitoring carried out by the community based volunteers who are young university graduates and undergraduates who live in the environs of the Slum-2-School beneficiaries. The community based volunteers send weekly reports to the professional volunteers. Secondly, quarterly monitoring is carried out by skilled professionals who volunteer for the Slum-2-School Project.
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Stage 4: Transition to Scale

The Slum-2-School project since starting in 2012 has enrolled 320 students in 3 school outlets within Lagos state, Nigeria. The Project is strictly run by volunteers - community based volunteers and professional volunteers. It has therefore been able to channel almost 100% of its budget into programs. It currently costs 30,000 (200 USD) to enroll and keep one child in school for an academic year. This sum covers tuition and educational support materials.
Registered in Nigeriain Nigeria

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Education, Education Policy & Finance, Public-Private Partnerships and 1 MoreSEE ALL

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Implemented In:

Nigeria

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