The YAGA Cares Foundation, headed by Russia-based Architecture student, Aziz Nuhu Tanko has undertaken its second project under the theme ‘Back To School’.
The foundation’s second donation was made on Thursday, March 18, 2021, to two different schools; Qubbatu Islamic Primary School and Tafsiliyya School for Education both inside Nima, Accra.
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Items donated included 600 branded books, 30 packs of Fanta, 4 packs of bottled water, 4 boxes of chalk, 8 packs of nose masks, 4 packs of crayon, toffees and pens.
A total of over 500 students were reached out to through the foundation’s donation.
It was amazing to see the smiles on the faces of the children; they were priceless. They were absolutely thrilled that they have people like volunteers of the YAGA Foundation who care for them and to look up to in times of need – CEO Aziz Tanko Nuhu told Kwesi Live exclusively.
The ultimate goal of the donation was to help bring back children to the classroom to study once again;
Our main aim was to bring back the kids to who are intellectually good but needed material support back to school. We also aimed at putting smiles on their faces – CEO Aziz continued.
About YAGA Cares Foundation
The YAGA Cares Foundation is the non-profit wing set up by Young And Gifted Africans, @yaga_russia_, with the aim of improving social lives
Our mission is to provide help to people that were badly affected by the Covid 19 pandemic. We seek to cause societal change through education and youth empowerment.