Education

EDUCATION

DOAMF Scholarship Management System

Dr. Peter Obi

Nurse Monascholar Ihey

Joy Adindu during her matriculation

Barr. Akuchie Christopher

The Foundation identifies indigent but intelligent children and youths, orphans and/or vulnerable and offer scholarship opportunities to children that are in primary, secondary and tertiary institutions across the country. This is supported by corporate organizations and kind individuals.

DOAMF Back-To-School (BTS) program

(i) Araromi Primary School

(ii) Ajeromi Primary School

(iii) New Road Primary School

This has been operating since 2007 to help families with financial challenges meet school costs for their wards/children. The Foundation’s Back-to- School Program equips pupils in primary schools with vital kits to start a new school year. Items such as school uniforms, shoes, school bags, stationeries and other necessary educational materials are distributed by the Foundation through partnerships with corporate organizations and kind individuals. This augments the Foundation’s full scholarship scheme.

DOAMF L.E.A.D (Leadership. Education. Aspiration. Development) Program:

DOAMF Inter-school debate competition at the Osborne school complex, Ikoyi for 5 Government senior secondary schools

DOAMF Quiz Competition at Ifo LGA, Ogun state for 4 public schools

In Partnership with Regenesys Business School, DOAMF mentors and counsels her scholarship beneficiaries on topic “Focus”.

Session with Olomu Community Junior Secondary School, Ajah, Lagos State on topic: “Excellence” towards making decisions that can better their lives.

Thisis an annual event that takes the Foundation to public schools in Nigeria. The goal of the L.E.A.D Program is to encourage less privileged children to aspire to become better students and responsible citizens while it aims at creating a new generation of future
leaders and achievers.

DOAMF Read To Succeed Library (RTSL)

Read- to- succeed E- library at Ahiaba High School, Abia State

Read-to-Succeed E-Library at Edo College, Benin City, Edo State.

Read-to-succeed E-Library at Ikosi Senior High School, Ketu, Lagos State.

One of the daunting challenges in the Nigerian Educational System is the decline of reading culture in schools especially among public school students. Research has shown that no society can develop beyond the knowledge base of its citizens. The poor reading culture prevalent in public schools needs to be reversed as it inhibits the country’s economic development. DOAM Foundation contributes to this issue by establishing and equipping libraries in public schools to promote book reading culture aimed at improving the reading and writing habits of students. It is hoped that the scheme will help in developing their communication skills. 

DOAMF Skill Acquisition Program

Soap Making Program for Mothers of DOAMF Scholarship Beneficiaries

Disinfectant Production Program for less privileged women

Group picture of DOAMF Skill acquisition beneficiaries

This program is basically designed to spur positive changes in the lives of less privileged, vulnerable and unemployed women by providing them with additional skills which would help them generate income to support their households. DOAM Foundation organizes skill acquisition programs where her beneficiaries will not only gain knowledge about products making, but will also harness the skill acquired and turn it into a profit making venture thus increasing the income base of their families and adding to the economic growth of our society, as a whole.