We are pleased to announce that we just launched an E-magazine titled The Adventure Magazine (TAM). The magazine will be released monthly and used to publish written pieces by members of our learning community, including learners and Catalyst. This first edition introduces Bramble to our readers. With TAM, we hope you can get a glimpseRead more about The Adventure magazine: March, 2021[…]
On Friday, November 29, 2019, we had our first exposure trip ever! We made the trip to Zoological Garden, University of Ibadan. It was a thrilling time for every member of our learning community. This is the first time our children will be visiting the urban part of Ibadan, and also the first time forRead more about A Trip to Remember[…]
On August 5, Bramble kick started her holiday program at Arikanki village. This is the next step in establishing Bramble Learning Space; the first alternative school in Nigeria.
We are set to begin our work at Arikanki village. The project team visited Arikanki village on the 25th of July. We were given a warm welcome by the community. During the visit, we mapped some the villages around Arikanki which include Fakore, Oretu, and Igbagbo. We noted other challenges faced by the people in the community which includes lack of access to clean water, erratic electricity supply, poor road network, lack of basic health care center.
Bramble was interviewed by NGOPodcast.
Imagine a room filled with children of all ages, from various socio-economic backgrounds reading or listening to another child as she tells the story of Mary Slessor, the woman who stopped the killing of twins in the eastern part of Nigeria. Welcome to Bramble reading room! With these bookshelves, we are few steps closer toRead more about Donated Bookshelves and Table by Tenposs Ltd[…]
OMI ADIO COMMUNITY MAPPING On Friday, 22nd of February, 2019, Bramble project team carried out the mapping of some part of Omi Adio community. The mapping began at about 1:30pm to 4:30pm. The project Team was able to map two villages in Omi Adio, they are; Abule Abara and Abule Aremu. The team met withRead more about COMMUNITY MAPPING OF OMI ADIO, IBADAN[…]
Baseline Survey Meeting On Tuesday, 12th February, 2019, Bramble held her first discussion on Baseline survey for Beere. The agenda of the meeting was to draft out the baseline questions and identify the proper indicators to be tested before the full commencement of the program at Beere. The Brainstorming session had four of the teamRead more about Baseline Survey of Beere_Part One[…]