‘Read to Lead’ project set to hold in Metamorphosis College, Mowe

OneAfricanChild Foundation partners with Young Protege Leadership Foundation for a reading project in February 

Show me a family of readers, and I will show you the people who move the world” – Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France.
One of the greatest leaders of all time, Napoleon Bonaparte opined that the family of readers is the family of world movers. Readers are individuals who gain knowledge – they use the edge they have discovered on the pages of books to move the world to the next phase in life. Taking the world to the very edge of innovation and creativity at every single opportunity.
In the spirit of raising world movers, OneAfricanChild Foundation is happy to announce its partnership with Young Protege Leadership Foundation in organising the “Read to Lead” project scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2016 at Metamorphosis College, Mowe.

This project is aimed to support literacy and motivate pupils to cultivate a good reading culture. It will bring together primary and secondary school students to learn and get engaged in creative activities which include a reading session, sharing of experience by participants and facilitators and the projection of a motivational video.

At the end of the project, both organisations expect to have inspired the children to take an interest in reading  and see a reason to aspire for the highest educational qualifications.

Read to Lead
As we believe strongly in learning coupled with empowerment, OneAfricanChild Foundation will also be donating some reading materials centred on Global Citizenship Education.
The time for the event is 10 am prompt.
For Partnerships and Sponsorship, please send us a mail via: 1africanchild@gmail.com or contact Abisola Adewale on +234 806 533 6178.

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