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The Birth of KLCI

Tell us about yourself and KLCI? I am an educator and have 12 years of experience as an active citizen as well as using experiential learning to teach basic life skills. I grew up from the Makoko slum and spent my teenage years in Bariga, another slum. I also have worked and served majorly in under-served communities. My experience during all this time sparked my mission to start Kayode Alabi Leadership and Career Initiative. KLCI was borne out of my personal experience that with access to quality education, skills and opportunities, children in under-served communities can change the circumstances they inherit. KLCI offers alternative education to curb the deficiency in Nigeria Basic and Secondary Schools. We believe children in under-served communites are leaders and changemakers. We believe they can be solutions to many of their problems and transform their society. Hence, we use volunteer mobilization approach to offer mentorship and career programmes, education for sustainable d...

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By Kayfactor | 2019-06-10 | 10:27:56 am



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KLCI Scholarship Recipient 2

n the just concluded election held in Nigeria, many thoughts have been brood over. During the election, the country witnessed some killings and destruction of properties. Who are the individuals used by the perpetrators? They are called 'thugs', a name they acquired. It should be noted that they were once kids. Kids that maybe were once homeless, orphaned or out-of-school. To end violence, societal crimes in the country and across the continent, each child on the street MUST go back to the classroom. With such zeal and passion, KLCI; Kwara team made the payment for the Academic Fee of three pupils (two boys and one girl). These young boys and girl are the second batch beneficiary of KLCI Scholarship Trust Funds. We are zealous to liberate the leader in every kid! Well done Team Kwara! #KLCI #QualityEducation #Education4All #Education2030

By Kayfactor | 2019-05-06 | 01:31:05 am



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KLCI Scholarship Recipient

In the just concluded election held in Nigeria, many thoughts have been brood over. During the election, the country witnessed some killings and destruction of properties. Who are the individuals used by the perpetrators? They are called 'thugs', a name they acquired. It should be noted that they were once kids. Kids that maybe were once homeless, orphaned or out-of-school. To end violence, societal crimes in the country and across the continent, each child on the street MUST go back to the classroom. With such zeal and passion, KLCI; Kwara team made the payment for the Academic Fee of three girls. These young girls are the first beneficiary of KLCI Scholarship Trust Funds. KLCI will extend this to another three kids of which two are orphans. We are zealous to liberate the leader in every kid! Well done Team Kwara! #KLCI #QualityEducation #Education4All

By Kayfactor | 2019-05-06 | 01:29:32 am



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Project LECT Lagos

Today we had an awesome time with students at Heritage International School Ketu, Lagos. They were exposed to skills such as Empathy, Design thinking, Critical and creative thinking. They identified reasons they wanted to be leaders and wrote their visions on achieving leadership. We also had an explosive session on Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Character Training with teachers pitching in with their questions and opinions, showing that we were not only able to reach the students but teachers as well. Our volunteers were beyond amazing. We couldn't have done this without them. All in all, it was worth it. #QualityEducation #Education4All #KLCI

By Kayfactor | 2019-05-06 | 01:27:00 am



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Producing Citizens Capable of Replicating Democracy through Career and Leadership Education

Career education has the potential to enhance the roles and life chances of students and to improve educational outcomes for students in general, and particularly for those at risk of dropping out. At KLCI, one of our objectives is to reduce the rate of drop out in schools by helping students have a goal in mind. We help them discover their interests, aptitude and disposition. We help students to become engaged and productive citizens capable of replicating democracy. #KLCI #CareerEducation

By Kayfactor | 2019-03-28 | 12:50:20 am