The closure of schools, universities, and other learning institutions, as well as the interruption of many literacies and lifelong learning programs, according to UNESCO has affected the lives of 1.6 billion students in over 190 countries across the world which is as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic that posed a disruption of the global learning process.
With the effect of the pandemic further crippling already fragile systems especially in Nigeria, the challenge to develop the future remains a daunting task.
To create sustainable and practical solutions to the problems of Education, the LBF team continues to identify groups and organizations that can support priorities around the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), develop campaign strategies, and mobilize support across this area.
In light of this, at the rise of the first wave of the pandemic, LBF team oversaw campaigns and ensured that commitments made through the platform are delivered and have a real impact on the intended recipients.
In our contribution through the Livebridge Foundation Quality Education Project, which has placed us as advocators in promoting quality education, we not only thrive to meet the needs of students rather aim to get the entire community involved in education by seeking to nurture leadership skills amongst the youth and offer alternative education opportunities for young people who have never been enrolled or dropped out of school early by engaging communities to find the best sustainable solution to provide access to vocational training.