Eva Adelaja Girl’s Secondary Grammar School Old Girls’ Association To Donate N30m Vocational Centre To Alma Mater

0
50

The Eva Adelaja Girls Secondary School Old Girls Association (OGA) UK has announced the commissioning of the newly established Eva Adelaja Girls’ Secondary Grammar School Old Girls’ Association Vocational Centre.

The vocational center project which is in alignment with the objective of the World Bank Project titled: “Girls and Work Project” is set to be commissioned on April 17th, 2024 at the premises of the institution in Gbagada, Lagos.

The centre which is estimated at the cost of N30million was developed to provide academic support and skill development opportunities for the students of Eva Adelala Girls’ Secondary Grammar School and its recent graduates alike.

It is one of the initiatives embarked upon by the UK alumni association in the drive to meet the ever-growing demand for skills necessary for employment and entrepreneurial success as the skills foster lifelong learning and self-development.

Commenting on the scheduled donation, the president of the Eva Adelaja Old Girls Association (UK) Hon. Afolashade Ope highlighted, “This initiative was established to support the objectives of the World Bank Project titled: ‘Girls and Work Project,’ which aims to improve the living conditions of girls by providing job opportunities and training, particularly for those who haven’t completed their education.

“While appreciating the support of the Lagos State Government, Hon. Afolashade said, “The role of the Lagos State Government through the Ministry of Education under the leadership of Mr. Jamiu Alli-Balogun in bringing this project to reality cannot be overemphasized as they provided all the necessary support and approvals in ensuring the project materialised.”
Hon. Ope also commended the tenacity and sacrifice of the members of the Old Girls Association (UK) who through different channels deployed by the Association were able to raise the required funds for the execution of the project.

The vocational centre which is a pilot scheme of the association has a sewing centre that is equipped with fabrics and sewing machines where students will be trained and equipped with all the skills needed to style and sew various clothing materials including pillowcases, bed sheets and hospital gowns useful especially in the healthcare industry.

As a further charitable act, the association has also pledged the donations of sewn fabrics to identified institutions, namely Gbagada General Hospital and the Eva Adelaja boarding school institution.
The vocational centre is the first major project undertaken by the United Kingdom based Alumni Association of the school with the vision of equipping students with entrepreneurship and employable skills within Lagos State.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here