Building Knowledge Places ..

in the Niger Delta of Nigeria

“Its our common belief that education is the most important tool for socio-development.”

How It Started

Deeply concerned about the hardships of his early years. The initiator, Paul Oviawe, started looking for scholarly solutions to reducing poverty in the Niger Delta region.

Dedicated Supporters

An international network of supporters, that includes renowned universities in The Netherlands.

Challenging Task

Help over 200.000 students and academics to redefine their fundamental values and work together towards concrete improvements of lives and environments.

Collective Effort

A vast, well-thought and life-changing project in education, which is supported by an international network of trusted volunteers.

Student Community

A region with over 200.000 higher-education students and academics with little or no academic readers and scholarly information.

The Local Team

Our team is a collaboration and partnership of university students and tutors. We are also constantly striving for new ideas.

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