As part of its continuing commitment to the training and development of teachers in Nigeria the Britain-Nigeria Educational Trust is supporting another intake of 37 teachers,
The Britain-Nigeria Educational Trust is pleased to announce it has awarded a grant of £3,825 to the Special Needs Education & Welfare Foundation to fund the cost of basic equipment needed for their innovative project that will develop communications for the many deaf children and adults in Nigeria.
Bernie Allen, VSO Volunteer sponsored by BNET has sent another report on her placement with the Ministry of Education, Kwara State
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The Britain-Nigeria Educational Trust has linked up with Worldreader, a global non-profit charity that specialises in providing digital books to further education in Africa, in order to sponsor the purchase of 35 kindles preloaded with 200 e-books carefully selected to be suitable for children in Nigerian schools. BNET has donated these to Hope for the Village Child Foundation who run a clinicand several schools in the Kachia area of Kaduna State and is a charity theTrust has supported over many years.
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