UNICEF, Access Bank, Others Mobilise Funds To Educate Vulnerable Children


The Albino Foundation Public Notice

The United Nations Children’s Fund says it is mobilising resources to improve access to quality education by the poor and vulnerable children in Kaduna State.

UNICEF Country Representative in Nigeria, Ms. Cristian Munduate, stated this in Kaduna on Sunday during the annual UNICEF-Access Bank Charity Shield Polo Tournament, at Fifth Chukker Country Polo Club.

Munduate, who was represented by UNICEF Chief of Operations, Mr. Opiyo Nixon noted that education is very important to the development of a child.

She said that the resources were being mobilised in partnership with the Access Bank Group and Fifth Chukker Polo Country Club, Kaduna, through the annual Polo Tournament.

Munduate explained that the 2023 tournament was part of a continued partnership to increase access to quality education by orphans and vulnerable children in Kaduna State.

This, she said, would give the children the opportunity for a better and quality of life in the future.

She added that these efforts are in line with SDG 4, which seeks to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.


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