Keeping children in school after COVID-19


In this video, we are joined by Ms Stella Blaize of EduMarshals Limited as we examine grey areas that need to be addressed in order to keep children in school after the COVID-19 pandemic.

A recent report by Save the Children estimates that nearly 10 million children would be permanently out of school by the end of this year as a result of the pandemic.

In Nigeria, schools have been shut since March as part of safety measures to prevent the spread of the pandemic.

Skeletal school reopening in a few states show that normalcy may not return soon.

Ms Blaize, whose organisation had been working with the Kaduna, Osun and Delta state governments in recent years said that governments across the country must demonstrate real commitment to ensure that Nigeria does not have an illiteracy crisis as a result.

She also shared with us the experience running the firm dedicated to keeping children in school, developing teachers’ capacities, among other things.

Watch the video below.

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