Christmas In A Box.. Making children smile…

Chiemelie Ezeobi writes on the 1,000 children in Makoko, Bariga and Ajegunle communities in Lagos State who were recently feted by the Slum to School (S2S) project in the spirit of Christmas With… Continue reading

A Journey through the eye of a Needle.

I sincerely want to thank every single friend who has been a part of my life in 2012. Knowing that your contribution made a great impact. This story is just a brief extract… Continue reading


Do you remember that special Christmas celebration you had with family when you were a child? Remember how you visited the amusement park and got amazing gifts from Santa Claus. I always loved… Continue reading


A slum neighborhood in Makoko community located in Lagos, Nigeria, received a boost as the second phase of the Slum 2 School project began, bringing hope to the paths of several children. The… Continue reading

Another Award to A Great Team: #TeamS2S

With so much anxiety and excitement i watched closely as the seconds hand slowly clocked 8am. The long awaited fundraising drive had just kicked off and immediately i saw a massive trend of… Continue reading

Be the hand of hope.

Written By: Otto Orondaam It was on the 19th day of May 2012, myself and over hundred other young, impact driven volunteers gathered with senior officials from over 15 different governmental and Non-governmental… Continue reading

Youth Advocacy Group – Call for Nominations!

Are you a young person working to increase access to education, improving the quality of education and fostering global citizenship? The United Nations wants to hear from you and counts on your support!… Continue reading

A twist of fate!

Who is in the garden, a little fine girl, can I come and see her, no no no!” It was a Tuesday morning at makoko primary school and I couldn’t control the smiles… Continue reading


A little over a month ago, a respected friend who had been putting up pictures of social work activities he had been recently pursuing, invited me to come and see for myself. It… Continue reading


Written By: Ijeoma Ukwadinachi It all started in a very mundane manner but here is how the story goes: Our work entails visiting slum neighborhoods most of the time. I have come to… Continue reading