We provide access to quality basic education for children in rural communities and settlements across Africa, helping them acquire requisite knowledge as foundation for their educational development. We do this by providing affordable community driven schools which are administered to expose our rural pupils to as much quality school experience as their peers in urban cities.
We optimize the potentials of the African girl child, bridging the inequality gap in education, human rights and social-cultural infrastructure. Through The Super Girl Project, our bespoke program designed to endow rural school age girls with knowledge in personal hygiene and grooming, career counseling, education and mentoring, we harness the potentials of the African girl child for optimum productivity.
While using the national curriculum of each country as a framework, we conduct extensive research studies and design bespoke curriculum best suited for the communities where our schools are situated thereby making learning outcomes conform to existing economic potentials of the resources of each of the communities where our schools are located.
Through carefully planned and executed programs like trainings, seminars, workshops, town hall meetings and other avenues, we boost the capacity of our target beneficiaries for enhanced professional or personal productivity and outcomes.
According to a United Nations study in 2015, it’s unfathomable that of Africa’s nearly 128 million school-aged children, 17 million will never attend school. Perhaps even more shocking is the fact that another 37 million African children will learn so little while they are in school that they will not be much better off than those kids who never attend school. As a consequence, the prognosis for Africa’s future economic growth and social development is poor. The reality of this unfortunate situation for Africa’s poor children coupled with the vast consequence on educational opportunities for rural children inspired the birth of Nucleus Africa. Being a development oriented and knowledge promotion organization, Nucleus Africa consistently seeks for ways to optimize the human capacity element of children and young people in disadvantaged situations and circumstances across Africa.
CHILDREN IN SCHOOL