About us

The Every Nigerian Child Project is an education policy advocacy group that blends the knowledge, skills and contacts of Nigerians in Diaspora with the knowledge, skills, networks and capacity of people and organisations in Nigeria working to improve the quality and effectiveness of Nigeria’s education System.

In achieving this, the Every Nigerian Child Project works with a wide cross-section of stakeholders to build on existing best practice nationally and globally, and serves as a platform that exists to encourage and promote collaboration and increase the effectiveness of all those taking action to ensure every Nigerian child goes to school and can access good quality education that will enable them to make a positive contribution to society.

We believe;

  • that Nigeria will only achieve its potential to become one of the world’s 20 largest economies by transforming its 70 million youth population into highly skilled individuals
  • children have the right to be educated; to deny them this right is a cruel injustice that cannot be allowed to continue
  • that the resource challenges reflected in the state of Nigeria’s education system will not be solved by government alone

What we do;

  • Monitoring & Evaluation
  • Human & Organisation Capacity Building
  • Policy Advocacy & Consultancy

Central Working Committee

The Every Nigerian Child Project is an open accessible platform for the vast range of public, private and voluntary sector actors taking action to improve the quality and effectiveness of Nigeria’s education system. It is coordinated by a central working committee drawn from a range of different organisations and disciplines.

Ms Akunna Amadi

Mrs Alero Ayida-Otobo

Ms Antonia Garner

Dr Debisi Araba

Mr Gori Olusina Daniel

Dr Ifechukwu Nnatuanya

Mr Itua Akhigbe

Ms Jumoke Bamigboye

Mrs Modupe Adefeso-Olateju

Mr Mustapha Aliyu

Mr Wale Samuel

For more information, contact us using the form below.

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Working to ensure all Nigerian children have access to good quality education

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