AFTER our weekly online UK-Nigeria meeting, John Dada emailed the following account describing how a member of his team found her voice. John and his team, despite limited resources, have a history of tackling conflict in the heart of the rural Nigerian community of Kafanchan, as evidenced by my previous blogs.
The following update and photo were received this week from John Dada of Fantsuam Foundation:
We were excited during this week’s UK-Nigeria Skype meeting when John Dada of Fantsuam Foundation asked to share what he introduced as some “Breaking News”.
He went on to tell us: “Teachers Talking may have evolved into the Continuing Professional Development, CPD Project.
Introducing Chief Gbade Adejumo:
Chief Gbade Adejumo is from Oyo State in South West Nigeria.
During this week’s UK-Nigeria online meeting, John Dada of Fantsuam Foundation announced:
“We think the SBMC is a game changer in our rural schools”
By the end of our weekly typed Skyped meeting (uses less bandwidth) John had convinced me why the ESSPIN programme and SBMCs are such a game changer.
For many years now, Elfneh Bariso has been a friend of Dadamac.
Elfneh’s work will feature at this year's Dadamac Day in November as part of the official launch of the Dadamac Changemakers Cub. We are also delighted Elfneh has agreed to be on Dadamac’s Advisory Council.