Urgent Nigeria Appeal - help children hardest hit by the humanitarian crisis in Nigeria
There are 3 million children in need of urgent support and education in North East Nigeria. With your support, Street Child can provide the children hardest hit by the crisis emergency food, support and education.
SINCE 2011, CONFLICT IN NORTH NIGERIA HAS FORCED MORE THAN 2 MILLION PEOPLE TO FLEE THEIR HOMES.
Education has been actively targeted in the region. Schools have been destroyed and teachers have been killed.
We want to provide safe, inclusive spaces for children to learn. We want to give these children the chance to go to school.
But we cannot do it without your support.
We have just launched our first programme in Nigeria, helping 150 conflict-affected children to go to school and giving 30 women vocational training and business grants. But this is just the beginning.
Over three million children are out of school. Over 20,000 unaccompanied children are seriously at risk and fighting for survival after losing or becoming separated from their parents during the conflict. We want to use our expertise in education and in reconnecting orphans and street children with families to give these children a future. With your support, we have the power to stop these children from becoming a lost generation. Thank you.
£500 is enough to provide basic training for volunteer teachers
£300 can fully equip a temporary classroom
£50 can provide learning materials for 4 refugee children
£10 can help a child access safe drinking water at school
Become a founder of our new Nigeria programme
By donating £1000 you can become a Founder of Street Child Nigeria. You’ll have the opportunity to have your name or a dedication featured on the wall of one of our first projects in Nigeria, you will receive a framed photo of one of our first education centres, displaying your name. You’ll also receive quarterly updates on this programme throughout the year. Thank you for joining us in helping vulnerable children who are bearing the brunt of this devastating humanitarian crisis.