SPECIAL INTERVENTION AT QUEENS COLLEGE YABA

The Foundation is particularly keen on improving access to quality education, with bigger emphasis on the girl child. Queens's College Yaba-Lagos, founded in October 1927, is one of the foremost public institutions in Nigeria for young girls. This special intervention at Queen's College was carried out in two-fold: to improve sanitation as part of the Foundation's commitment towards global efforts in reducing the spread of the coronavirus, by providing three (3) mechanized hand-wash machines at strategic locations; and to improve the learning experience for the students as well as encourage the adoption of technological concepts by providing three (3) units of interactive boards

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