Our Work

The Education Problem

Why education

The Universal Basic Education (UBEC) estimates the number of out-of-school Nigerian children as  13.2million. This number has placed us as the country with the highest number of children out of  school in the world. It is even more depressing that 70% of children enrolled in school cannot  read, write and speak well. We are positive that financial support from BATN will enable us to  reach more public primary schools and record qualitative and measurable development in the  lives of pupils across the nation. We are passionate about  implementing progressive ideas, executing educational projects that rewrite the narrative of the  Nigerian educational system, now and in the future.  
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Our Impact So Far

Latest Projects

Community Project

Distributed clothing, bags, shoes, food items and stationery to over 2,500 inhabitants of the slum. These items were donated by students of the University of Lagos and other members of the public.

School Outreach

Gave out exercise books, school bags and other stationery to 2,003 pupils and we donated textbooks to Onayande Primary School. To give the school structures a facelift, painted Fadeyi Primary School.

Home outreach

Donated food items, clothes and toiletries to the Modupe Cole Memorial Home. Wined, dined and danced with the differently abled children in the home giving them a sense of hope and belonging.

School Outreach

Donated packs of exercise books and other stationery to over 1,500 pupils. We provided a toilet facility to St. Michael Nur. & Pry. School. Renovated the school’s frontage and gate and cleaned up the gutters and restrooms.

Library Renovation

Renovated and painted the library, we also provided textbooks, new chairs and tables for the library. Provided 12 marker boards and distributed notebooks and pencils to over 150 pupils.

Street Outreach

NBFAfrica gave out N1,000 to 50 roadside and traffic vendors. The motive was to double their day’s profit because our research revealed that most traffic hawkers make at most N1,000 in profit a day. 



How we work

Proper coordination and mobilization of our volunteers and available resources is first while we engage with stakeholders directly on the field.

Proven impact

From start to finish, we publicly share photos for every single project through our website. You can find all of our funded projects in our gallery.