A Week in the Life of EMCI

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

Welcome to the first official blog post of Education Must Continue Initiative. We have a come a long way in less than a year since our inception. Many individuals and organizations have contributed in one way or another to our mission, without whom, we would be nowhere  near where we are now. We’d like to say thank you to each and everyone of you.

The week of May 3rd – May 9th was a remarkable one. There were events and activities running across our global network, from Oregon to Yola. Here’s a brief insight into the week that was:

Thursday, May 7th

Abuja

We received a donation of various office, educational, and First Aid material from the EU Election Observation Mission.

Jos

Visited and distributed personal care items to the escaped Chibok girls who are currently attending school here.

Friday, May 8th 

Yola

Transported many of the items donated by the EU Election Observation Mission to the IDP camp and EMCI school in Yola

Oregon

Visited with the Chibok girls who are currently attending school there.

Washington D.C.

Paid a courtesy call on Nigerian embassy.

Saturday, May 9th

Yola

Relief distribution to the camp here. This is our ground-zero.

Washington D.C.

Spoke at a conference in DC

 

Thank you for taking the time to learn about this unique experience.

EMCI

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