WHO ARE WE

 

We are The teens awareness Initiative (T-TAI) is a non-governmental organization founded in 2019 by Rhoda Omotosho, registered with the CAC number 160485. The organization has since inception been working with the SDG 4 to enhance access to quality and equitable education in Africa and raising revolution and resilient impact makers from children in grassroot communities.

The goal is to raise revolution and resilient leaders from children in low income and grassroot communities by enhancing access to quality education and giving career and moral mentorship to boys and girls in elementary level. We believe that by providing solution to the problem of poor-quality education in grassroot communities in a developing country like Nigeria, thoughtful leaders who will cause a shift in all sectors of the country will emerge.

Our target audience in implementing the vision are less privileged students in their elementary level of education, from rural communities. We work with a team of volunteers from various socio-demographic background who are teens coaches and mentors. We also have members of our Board of Trustees who are key stakeholders within the community some of which include: staffs from the ministry of Education, professors and Education experts, traditional rulers and business owners. 

 

Since 2019 we have partnered with the State Ministry of Education and other reputable organizations in carrying out various projects towards achieving the SDG 4. And we have track records of milestones of reaching 10,000 children and adolescents from rural communities which have been awarded twice as the most impactful NGO in 2020 and 2021. Some of these milestones include: 

  • Annual scholarship scheme which has been awarded to over 100 students in Osun State;

  • Free Intervention Based Academy on weekends which has close to 100 students enrolled;

  • EdTech intervention through the Academy and our partners from the United State;

  • Monthly campaign and outreaches to secondary school in Osun State which has reached 5000 students;

  • Charity and distribution of school study materials for students.