Educational support is an integral part of our community engagement and social impact strategy at Afyalife Foundation, as we champion the cause of robust academic experience and inclusion of all children of School àge.
Our Back-Pack School Support project is designed to offer students of low-income families and communities timely help in-form of learning materials, equal opportunities, and platforms as their peers, thereby bridging gaps and promoting inclusion.
Friday, 5th November 2021, was another opportunity to bring the Back-Pack intervention program to Co-op Academy Broadhurst, Manchester England, UK, with the donation of essential learning tools such as water bottles, pens, crayons, felt tip pens, etc in Back-Packs to needy students from low-income families studying at the school.
It was such a delight to see the smiles beaming from the faces of students who received these packs, as it was a confidence booster, which brought them at par with their peers.
Their smiling faces would bring relief of burden on the struggling families at home.
Clearly, Afyalife Foundation, Back-Pack School Project is impacting young lives, supporting better school and learning experiences, as gaps between peers are bridged.
The Co-op Academy Broadhurst Manchester Back-Pack program was supported through donations from Afyalife Foundation GoFund initiative.
We plan to do more social impact programs in schools using the Back-Pack project and others in the works to promote children's education in the UK and around the world.
Present at the Co-op Academy Broadhurst Program were Parent and family support Advisor Michelle Stacey, Co-Founder Afyalife Foundation Rose Gordon, and Founder/Director of Programs Michael Ekpechue.