Monday, 6 March 2017

International Book Giving Day 2017

A lack of learning materials as researched by Global Citizen is the fourth barrier to education around the world. For us at KIR Foundation, we shared love on the 14th of February 2017 by putting books into the hands of those who are eager to learn, but do not have the means to buy or have access to books. Furthermore, we promote the Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs) Goal 4, particularly target 4.2 which focuses on access to quality early childhood development, care and pre-primary education.



Friday, 3 March 2017

Keeping it Real Foundation Donates Books to Government Secondary School,Oyigbo

Earlier today, Keeping it Real Foundation was at Government Secondary School, Oyigbo,RIvers State to donate 100 academic books in continuation of the World Book Day #WBD 2017 activities. The management of the school led by Mr. Eli received the team warmly, he stated that the school has no library at the moment and was full of praises for the KIR Foundation team for remembering the school and donating the books. Because the school, with over a thousand senior students has no library,KIR Foundation will also set up a reading corner with shelves in the school next week.

Tuesday, 28 February 2017


To follow-up the International Book Giving Day which took place on the 14th of February 2017, KIR Foundation supported two primary schools; CDM Primary School in Mubi Hills in Adamawa State and Ethnosreach Primary School Mazu’ Muari Kamberi in Niger State with educational supplies made up of  one hundred textbooks and storybooks shared between both schools.

Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Prize Giving and Book Donation Day 2017

Keeping It Real (KIR) Foundation is celebrating 6 years of humanitarian service with a Price Giving and Book Donation Day at The Special School for Handicapped Children (SSHC). KIR Foundation promotes the Sustainable Development Goals especially Goal 4, by implementing educational quality improvement projects. According to UNICEF, about 95 percent of children with disabilities numbering over 7 million are out of school in Nigeria. Global Citizen Reports indicates that the lack of educational materials is the 4th hindrance to quality education especially for students with disabilities