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Obaji visits war-torn Borno State

1 GAME Founder, Philip Obaji on Friday concluded his surprise visit to Borno, with a pledge to help children return to safe schools in the war-torn Northeast Nigeria State. “1 GAME’s commitment to children in Borno State will endure,” he said. Speaking to leaders of the Civilian Joint Task Force, a self-defence militia operating in more »

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Boko Haram wreaked havoc on my family – 1 GAME Coordinator

1 GAME Project Development Coordinator, Agafi Kunduli says he was left “devastated and confused” for a long time after Boko Haram insurgents invaded his compound and burnt down a 12 room shop belonging to his family, presumably as retribution against him for working in education advocacy. Speaking to education activists in Abuja on Tuesday, Kunduli more »

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1 GAME Kick-starts Campaign on School Enrolment in Yola

An access campaign on school enrolment has begun in Yola, the capital of Nigeria’s northeastern Adamawa State which aims to encourage street children known in Northern Nigeria as ‘Almajiris’ into schools. The campaign also offers learning support by providing more than 10,000 Yola pupils with stationery. Initiated by 1 GAME Campaign and supported by the more »

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