Queen Jennifer Ephraim Foundation, a renowned humanitarian NGO, celebrated yet another milestone in its commitment to advocating for the rights and education of the girl child. This time, the foundation unveiled a noteworthy project in LEA primary shool jikwoyi, a suburb in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) of Abuja, Nigeria. The initiative focused on the refurbishment of classrooms and the provision of essential educational materials. Queen Jennifer Ephraim, the driving force behind the foundation, expressed her deep passion for supporting the less privileged in achieving their educational aspirations during an interview with Africa NGO TV. Notably, she is acclaimed for her role as the author of “Dilema of the Nigerian Girl Child,” emphasizing her dedication to promoting education, particularly for girls.
The event was graced by the presence of notable personalities, including Nollywood actor and producer Zack Oji. Oji, expressing his honor to be part of the occasion, highlighted the significance of creating conducive learning environments. According to him, the efforts of Queen Jennifer Ephraim Foundation in providing improved facilities contribute to better learning experiences, fostering positive behavioral development among the students. As the foundation continues to make impactful strides, it is evident that Queen Jennifer Ephraim’s dedication as a girl child and education advocate resonates with influential figures and the community at large.
Anticipation is high for the future projects of Queen Jennifer Ephraim Foundation, as it continues to champion the cause of the girl child and education. The foundation’s unwavering commitment and collaborative efforts with influential individuals, such as Zack Oji, underscore the importance of collective action in shaping a brighter future through accessible and quality education.