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Our Mission

To improve the learning environment in primary schools by holistically creating world-class basic education systems to the community.

Our Vision

To create a sustainable and successful educational system in Nigeria that educates and empowers children.

What We Do

Infrastructure Development

Severe shortages of classroom space results in class sizes that sometimes triple the prescribed teacher-pupil ratio for Nigeria of 1:40 (National Bureau of Statistics, 2009; World Bank, 2008)…

Teacher Training

The UNESCO 2014 Education for All Report shows that there is a deficit in the number of trained primary school teachers in Nigeria. Average Pupil/trained teacher ratio is 1:40. In some schools in northern Nigeria…

Early Childhood Care and Development

Statistics from the Federal Ministry of Education reveal that the expected enrolment in ECCD in Nigeria is 22 million, but the actual is 2 million, leaving 20 million children under 5 years old…

About our foundation

Our theory of change is predicated on the belief that improving the quality of basic education in Nigeria requires a multifaceted approach focused on whole school development, deploying an ongoing engagement with the adopted school for several years, rather than a one off donation experience.

Our success stories

Our success stories

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We can’t help everyone,
but everyone can help someone

Tracy Akpofure

Tracy Akpofure is the Operations Coordinator of Oando Foundation and oversees the organization’s governance and administration. An efficient and competent professional with over 13 years’ experience, Tracy gained her experience within the Oil & Gas, Telecoms, and Development Sectors in Nigeria.

Prior to this role, Tracy was a Programme Officer at the Foundation between 2013 and 2016, effectively managing the implementation of the Adopt-A-School Initiative (AASI) in assigned states, and successfully implementing the pilot phases of the Early Childhood Care and Development center and ICT center components respectively.

She has managed numerous projects in her different roles over the years and garnered valuable experience in Corporate Services & Operations, Governance, Project Management and Administrative Management. Tracy obtained a BSc in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management from the University of Lagos.