Setting up our schools has given us access into various communities. These communities have been receptive, unique and diverse in terms of cultural outlook, population and demography. Through our Community Service program we have engaged stakeholders in bringing help to the children and caregivers in the different communities we have visited by providing Health Care interventions.
The Health24 Project is a community health initiative where we provide free medical services and nutritional support to children and caregivers. This event also features a community sensitization segment on health habits, usually facilitated by Public Health Practitioners, and distribution of mosquito nets to families, for the prevention of malaria.
Community Service is a tool we have used for participatory development. Our programs are designed with special focus on sustainable development and community ownership of projects. It also serves as a platform for us to extend our support to rural communities.
Our team embarks on quarterly visits to rural communities where they train and offer support services in micro-credit, health & gender issues as well as entrepreneurial development.
Since inception, we have extended this service to Akodo, Epe, Magbon-Alade, Ikota, Bariga, Oke-aro, Igbokushu, Matogun and Makoko communities in Lagos and Ogun State.