• {EB} has successfully published, launched and distributed an anthology of poems written by students from various schools in Plateau State titled “THROUGH THE EYES OF INNOCENCE”.

• {EB} has successfully unified Muslim and Christian students to an atmosphere of a healthy intellectual competition which is sustained.

• {EB} has successfully done skill acquisition programs and capacity building exercises for girls(9th Dec, 2013), dialogue for good governance and change with youths of various communities(12th Nov, 2013/15th May, 2014), and a successful organization of the last Jos Peace Carnival (11th Dec, 2013).



Children take their emotional cues from the significant adults in their lives. Your reactions are most important. Recognize that some children may be concerned about something bad happening to themselves, family or friends. Explain to them the safety measures in place and reassure them that you and other adults will take care of them. –NASP RESOURCES {Helping Children Achieve their best. In School. At home. In Life.)

Children fall through the cracks because there is no one committed to their well-being, in a society that is getting exceedingly difficult to navigate. Research on child development and prevention of criminal behavior points to a child’s need for one caring adult to consistently believe in, and be committed to, their best interests. All children need a mentor. This adult can be a parent, an uncle, an aunt, a grandfather, or a teacher. And single parents can and do provide such quality as the same rate as two parent families.

The right to education is a fundamental human right. Every individual, irrespective of race, gender, nationality, ethnic or social origin, religion or political preference, age or disability, is entitled to a free elementary education. This right is explicitly stated in the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), adopted in 1948:

“Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit. …” (Article 26)

Ensuring access to education is a precondition for full realization of the right to education. Without access, it is not possible to guarantee the right to education.

Quality of education is the other side of coin. Providing access to schools secures only one part of the right to education.

The early years, from birth to five years of age, are an important time in any child’s life. Children go through a huge variety of learning stages during this time, making great steps, and what they learn at a young age offers an important foundation for their learning in later life.

The target is to have an opportunity as youths in Nigeria, to discuss key issues facing the Nigerian youths today and to propose recommendations and build consensus for a brighter future. As the majority in this country, it is our duty, as the test of any leadership is the ability of the people to identify a problem before it becomes an emergency.

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