A leading non-governmental organization, Caleb Danladi Foundation, has donated health materials to ECWA Clinic and other items to Primary Schools in Jaba LGA of Kaduna State.
Elanza News reports that the foundation donated health materials to the ECWA Clinic Kwoi DCC and pledged to support the hospital with chairs.
Speaking during the programme, the women leader in charge of Kwoi DCC, Mrs Jummai Stephen, expressed appreciation to Caleb Danladi Foundation for the support.
Also, the chairman of Kwoi DCC, Rev Mathias Haruna, thanked the NGO for all it has beeing doing to the Church and humanity.
Elanza News reports that the NGO visited LEA Primary School Central, Kwoi; LEA Primary School Samban Gida; Jaba
LEA Primary School Gumbong Samban Gida; LEA Primary School Samban Loco;
LEA Primary Primary School Kuryas – Daddu and an Orphanage home all in Jaba LGA of Kaduna State.
Elanza News reports that the Chief of Samban Gida, Mr Kinza Maigari, while thanking Caleb Danladi Foundation for the support, called on other Nigerians to support child education.
The head teacher for LEA Primary School Central Kwoi, Mr Monday Gyubok, expressed appreciation for the kind gesture.
In LEA Primary School Kuryas, Mr Dogara Dattijo, who is the head teacher, also expressed appreciation to the NGO.
The Wife of the District head of Daddu, Mrs Bello Shamaki, who is the founder of Daddu orphanage and widows center, appreciated the NGO for the support.
Speaking during the visits, the found of the foundation, Capt Caleb Danladi said their focus is to see how pupils in public primary schools succeed in life.
According to Danladi, the foundation want to ensure that it help in reducing the number of out of school children by supporting them with study materials and mentorship.
Danladi said the foundation will ensure it keep helping the less privileged to achieve their full potentials in life.
“Education is important to children,” Caleb said, adding that it is the most critical aspect of life.
Elanza News reports that the Founder of Caleb Danladi Foundation also donated undisclosed amount to support child education and promised to continue supporting primary education across the local government.
“Research shows that having a strong supportive education system has many positive benefits, such as improved behaviour, social skills among others.
“Our foundation will focus on Child education by providing educational support palliatives to rural areas, mentoring pupils, organizing debates and career day to give hope to pupils in rural areas,” Danladi added.
Others present during the visits include: The NGO coordinator, Mr David Tuk; Mr Habila Kayit and the educational Secretary of Jaba LGA.