ELP | Community Development Projects

Revolutionizing Nigeria's Agric. Sector | By Russell Ubazoro

I started this project in order to solve the challenges facing our agricultural sector which was at a time, a major source of revenue to the Federal Government of Nigeria. But the crude ways with which we practice our farming has made it unappealing to the educated folks and also causing health hazards to the citizens due to harmful chemicals used in crop production. All these has had multiple effect on the nation, which includes high rate of unemployment, high importation and cost of food materials materials, and unapproval of exporting some of our food produce due to the harmful chemicals found in them. My aim is to copy some farming techniques from developed countries, research on innovative ways of food production, improve on them to suit us and share with our farmers in …[READ MORE}

Community Service Project Report | Emmanuel Suyum

The primary challenge children face in my community is that of education. This is simply because education being the backbone of any society seems to have received less attention both from the authorities and the guardians/parents. The school management in itself has been so badly handled that teachers recruited are not qualified to teach in terms of not having the requisite qualifying certificate and education to so teach. It is only in this part of the country that you have a teacher that is not literate and can neither read nor write but is employed to teach in a school. For some they are school dropouts and are employed with other people’s credentials by their political mentors. On the other hand we have parents who due to poverty resulting from the persistent communal crisis no longer care much about their children’s nursery and primary school education because they are busy trying to carter for the family’s need…[READ MORE]

UNTAINTED HOPE (providing material relief for prisoners and orphans) | By Okeke AnnCatherine

A lot of us grow up sensitized to the concept of charity, as it is a much emphasized one, at least within the Catholic community. My reason for having engaged in this community development service is in order to provide for the less privileged as my faith as well as natural law teaches. Being a beneficiary of the CSAAE project, I learned from our mentors, that joy consists often in placing others ahead of one’s interest. It therefore is my desire to imbibe this invaluable lesson such that it becomes a second nature. Through this project, I hope to create some awareness as to the importance of this cause in both large and small scale…[READ MORE]

UNTAINTED HOPE (providing material relief for prisoners and orphans) | By Okeke AnnCatherine

A lot of us grow up sensitized to the concept of charity, as it is a much emphasized one, at least within the Catholic community. My reason for having engaged in this community development service is in order to provide for the less privileged as my faith as well as natural law teaches. Being a beneficiary of the CSAAE project, I learned from our mentors, that joy consists often in placing others ahead of one’s interest. It therefore is my desire to imbibe this invaluable lesson such that it becomes a second nature. Through this project, I hope to create some awareness as to the importance of this cause in both large and small scale…[READ MORE]