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Foundation sponsors JAMB exams for 23 Kaduna LG students


In a bid to promote equal opportunities in education, the Caleb Danladi Foundation (CDF) has announced that it will sponsor the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examination for disadvantaged students from 23 local governments in Kaduna State.

The new initiative aims to empower eligible individuals who face financial barriers to higher education in the state, according to a statement from CDF.

CDF Founder and CEO Caleb Danladi said the main essence of this initiative is to make a difference in the lives of people who do not have the means to access further educational opportunities essential for growth and progress. He explained that it was about having an impact.

He said, “Education is a powerful tool for change, and all qualified students, regardless of their background, should have the opportunity to reach their full potential. Our Foundation is dedicated to breaking down barriers and creating pathways to success for those less fortunate.”

Danladi said the sponsorship program will cover the full cost of JAMB registration for eligible students and ensure that financial constraints do not deter them from pursuing higher education. This work aligns with the Foundation's overarching mission to empower, educate, and improve life within our communities.

To ensure the identification and support of potential candidates, the Foundation works with local educational institutions, community leaders, and non-governmental organizations.

“The application process will focus on academic achievement and commitment to education and will be designed to be accessible to students facing financial hardship.”

The Foundation encourages community members, well-wishers, and potential partners to come together to support this effort, emphasizing our collective responsibility to foster positive change and create opportunities for the disadvantaged. I am.

Over the years, CDF said it has introduced various programs to support vulnerable groups in the state in areas such as food provision, skill empowerment and educational support.

Source: guardian.ng

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