Educare Trust Nigeria : To provide all-year-round practical activities that open the mind of the public, especially the youth, to full potential and promote Education, Health, Democracy, Good Governance and Leadership. This is fundamental to Sustainable Youth and Community Development, Poverty Reduction and Impact Assessment of public issues.
Daily activities that promote Youth Development

Think-Tank/Deliberative Discussion (DD):
DD is the discussion that precedes Deliberation, which is a way of discussing topical issues and wresting with difficult choices.

Quiz and Debate:
This is a competitive way of discussing topical issues affecting the youth and the society with a motion being moved by two opposing sides - one is supporting the motion while the other is against it.

Meet-The-Expert/Role Model:
This is a forum in which an expert or professional is invited to relate his/her experience in public, private and professional life to the youth

Olaudah Equiano Read and Write Poetry, Prose & Play:
This is dedicated to the perpetuation of the memory of the first Nigerian published author, Olaudah Equiano otherwise known as Gustavus Vassa, the African, as a way of inspiring the youth to a greater height even in difficult situations.

Theatre for Development (TfD) / Talent Hunt:
This is a forum where the youth are given opportunity to exhibit their dramatic, musical, dancing and singing talents.

Saturday Kaleidoscope/Educational Film Show:
The primary purpose of showing educational films is to enter-educate the youth members.

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Regular Activities

Running of Educare Trust Youth Centre

The Centre is divided into four sections
  1. Information, Communication and Technology (ICT): This section offers Computer Training Workshop and Internet Accessing Programme to the public. Since its inception, well over 10,000 casual users have benefited from the programme with over 6,000 course participants receiving certification. Equal opportunity is always given to both sexes and the physically and financially challenged people in the society.

  1. Library (Kolapo Oyefeso 'Bookataria'): It is named after the former Assistant Secretary of the Trust, Kolapo Oyefeso who passed away on May 27, 1999 at the age of 39. The 'Bookataria' is blessed with reference books of various disciplines, educational books, novels, storybooks, magazines, journals and Encyclopaedia Britannica. Daily, it serves between 15 and 20 people.

  1. Exhibition: It has over 200 arts and science wall charts from exhibition all around the world complemented by over 150 educational and inspirational posters on Health, Education, Career Choice, Democracy and Governance made in-house. The exhibition hall offers a free space for scientific and artistic activities.

  1. Audio-visual library and studio: The studio produces social awareness songs, jingles and adverts for radio and television. It has a collection of over 500 educational and entertainment features, documentary video and audio CDs.

To learn more about these activities please visit our blog at Periodic Activities.
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