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Free, Safe and Compulsory Education!

At the heart of all we do is advocating for policy reforms to promote education and Girl child literacy in Nigeria and across the continent. As such, our demand for free, quality and compulsory education cannot be over emphasised.

Last week, The National Working Group on Education, represented by MalalaFund, Save the Children, and YouthHubAfrica was present at the public hearing on the National Senior Secondary School Commission Bill hosted by the Senate Committee on Education. Members of the working group expressed their opinions on the proposed bill, and emphasized the importance in the provision of free and quality education in Senior Secondary schools.

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