Every life matters, we do care for our students

KNOSK Changed My Life

“ My father is late, my mother has a pepper grinding machine and does not make enough money to feed me and my 5 siblings. There was no hope of going to school until I passed KNOSK School, now I am in school on scholarship, and my dreams are coming true!”

Farida Waziri

Impact Numbers

200 Number of students
enrolled
100 Number of uniforms given out
65 Number of lunch
served
86 Number of community children served
99 Number of workbooks distributed
125 Number of sanitary pads distributed
12 Number of learning hours

    IMPACT - KNOSK IMPACT STORIES

    What Makes us Different?

    MY PARENTS ARE DEAF BUT KNOSK IS GIVING ME EDUCATION

    Both his father and mother are deaf. His father teaches at the School of the Deaf and his mother is a peasant farmer. At age 12, Daniel Ikueze is already serving both parents as their language interpreter. Due to the poor finances of his parent, his education had been regularly interrupted until KNOSK N100 A-Day School. Today Daniel is consistently in school, learning and developing his potential. He wants to be a doctor that provides medical solutions in the future! This is KNOSK School in action. The power of N100 a day!

    KNOSK SAVED HER FROM CHILD MARRIAGE

    Mrs. Linus lived in an uncompleted building in Kuje, she is a widow with no regular source of income and her 12-year-old daughter had been out of school for 3 years. Her late husband’s relatives had planned to marry off her 14-year daughter in 2020! But in 2019, Favour got admitted into KNOSK N100 A-Day Charity School which saved her from being married off as a child bride. Favor loves mathematics, was awarded Best JSS 2 Student in 2021, and aspires to become an Airforce Pilot!

    FROM EATING CASHEW TO GOOD MEALS – KNOSK IS COMBATING CHILD STARVATION

    His father is a laborer and his mother has no work. According to Marvellous, in his family, they are so used to being without food for days. Sometimes his father goes into the bush in Kuje to plug cashew and 2 kids will share one, sometimes it’s 2 cups of cooked groundnut that the entire family will eat for the day. Now he is in KNOSK N100 A-Day School, his greatest joy is that he can get a good lunch at school daily aside from the quality teaching, all for N100 a day!

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