…commences project initiation process in collaboration with University
In picture above: Acting Vice Chancellor of the University of Ibadan, Prof. Adebola Ekanola (in sky-blue safari suit) flanked by representatives of the ASR Africa Initiative, Dr Aliyu Idi Hong (L), and O’tega Ogra (R) at the presentation ceremony and project initiation process meeting for the N1billion intervention grant by ASR Africa Initiative to the University of Ibadan on Thursday. CREDIT: BUA Group
The Abdul Samad Rabiu Africa Initiative (ASR Africa) has commenced project initiation consultations for its N1billion grant to Nigeria’s foremost University, the University of Ibadan, as part of its ASR Africa Tertiary Education Grant Scheme.
This comes barely a month after the ASR Africa Initiative donated N1billion to Ahmadu Bello University towards the provision of student housing and a faculty building.
The initiative whose core areas of intervention are Education, Health and Social Development in Africa focuses mainly on equipping facilities, researchers, healthcare practitioners and community-level service providers and also supporting the efforts of various Governments in Nigeria and Sub-Saharan Africa.