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Inauguration of Temporary Learning Centers for Returnees and IDP children

The Right to Learn Project in order to provide a safe, and protective access to quality education for one thousand out of school learners in Michika and Mubi, constructed seven Temporary Learning Centers for the learners.

AUN, Street Child set for Second Phase of Education Project

Following the success of the first phase of the Right to Learn Project - a scheme to boost the access of underserved and disadvantaged children to formal learning in the IDP camps and among returnees - AUN and Street Child Nigeria are concluding plans to kick off the second phase.

Street Child Nigeria Partners AUN, Renovates Schools in Mubi, Michika

On September 27, the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) in partnership with Street Child Nigeria commissioned and handed over some renovated schools in Mubi, Michika Local Government Areas of Adamawa State.

Advocacy Visit for Reconstruction of twenty eight classrooms in Mubi and Michika

As part of the commitment of the RTL project to make education assessable to out-of-school and school-drop-out pupils in Mubi and Michika, there is a plan to renovate 28 classrooms in both LGA’s.