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Nigerian Programs


Country of Focus: Nigeria


The Nigerian Initiative

Nigeria is the country of focus for the Young Scholars Program and Sustainable Education Program.  

​We selected a primary and secondary schools in Nigeria where the quality of education can be improved by donating academic materials such as books and providing full tuition scholarships to students.  In many parts of Nigeria, secondary school is not publicly funded by the government, therefore, families are required to pay tuition fees. School tuition can range from hundreds to thousands of dollars, a cost out of reach for many families living on less than $2 dollars a day. Although primary school is provided by the government, the cost of uniforms and books are often too expensive for parents. 

KP Young Scholars Program

Kechie’s Project offers scholarships to selected girls in Nigeria who are promising students. Scholarships are awarded based on academic achievements and financial needs. Girls selected as Young Scholars receive funding throughout their time in secondary school to met all academic needs so they can attend school regularly. Upon graduating from secondary school, Young Scholars will have an opportunity to receive a vocational college or university scholarship.

Sustainable Education Program

The Sustainable Education Program is a comprehensive approach to improve the quality of education by providing schools with the academic resources they need. Many schools lack computers, books, chairs, desks, pencils and paper. We recognize that in order to fulfill our mission to empower girls through education, we need to ensure that they have access to schools with sufficient academic resources.


KP Young Scholars 

Bukky Oyinlade,  Adekunle Anglican Primary School, Makoko Lagos State

Gloria Ashogbo, Adekunle Anglican Primary School, Makoko Lagos State

Nwodo Ester, Technical Secondary School, Obinagu Uwani, Akpugo, Enugu State

Faith Gift Ede, Technical Secondary School, Obinagu Uwani, Akpugo, Enugu State

Jennifer C Nwatu, Technical Secondary School, Obinagu Uwani, Akpugo, Enugu State

Chidinma C Okonkwo, Technical Secondary School, Obinagu Uwani, Akpugo, Enugu State

Ogochukwu Doris Nwobodo, Technical Secondary School, Obinagu Uwani, Akpugo, Enugu State

Charity Chioma Ani, Technical Secondary School, Obinagu Uwani, Akpugo, Enugu State

Favor Ifebuche Ede, Technical Secondary School, Obinagu Uwani, Akpugo, Enugu State

Edith O. Nneji, Technical Secondary School, Obinagu Uwani, Akpugo, Enugu State

Patricia Ndidi Ani, Technical Secondary School, Obinagu Uwani, Akpugo, Enugu State

Charity Ani, Technical Secondary School, Obinagu Uwani, Akpugo, Enugu State

Kechie’s Project, Inc, is happy to share that Mrs. Joan Monk  has decided to sponsor Charity Ani throughout her higher education.  Charity, one of our first group of girls from Obinagu Uwani Technical Secondary school is continuing on to higher education by attending Teachers College. Mrs. Monk has single handedly raised Charity’s first and Second year school tuition and Boarding Fees. We appreciates Mrs. Monk’s Support.




Scholarship Recipents from various secondary schools*:

Nwagbo Nneagu
Nwa Emma
Nwa Owe 
Chidinma

​*Recipients are awarded full scholarships on an annual basis. These recipients will be reviewed annually to confirm whether they qualify for future funding.

​For more information about the schools contact:

​Adekunle Anglican Primary School, Makoko Lagos State

Mrs. Adekambi, Headmistress
Telephone: +234 08037064014

Technical Secondary School, Obinagu Uwani, Akpugo, Enugu State

​Stephen Ede, Vice Principal
​Telephone: +234 08089022760

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