Education Support Project
encouraging community and government to support school development
Education Sector Support Programme In Nigeria (ESSPIN) in collaboration with Enugu State Universal Basic Education Board (ENSUBEB) assigned 39 schools to South Saharan in Aninri and Ezeagu. The intent was to establish and train the School Based Management Committee (SBMC) in these 39 schools.
- To encourage the community and government to support school development while giving the community a voice in the improvement of education.
Fifteen (15) members were nominated by the community. In each of the 39 schools. The Training of the SBMCs which started on Wednesday 14th September, and ended on Tuesday 27th September, 2016 was a huge success. Two hundred and thirty-four (234) persons were trained.
The idea for the training was to train 6 members of the SBMC from each school, two pupils, two teachers and two Community members who will step down the training to the rest of the members. The 39 schools were clustered into 9roups, each cluster was trained for two days. Dedicated officers facilitated the activity for 18 days to ensure the first hand impact.
Some of the Moments
Establishing and training of School Base Management Committee