FEENI Network Int’l Advocates For Girls And Women Empowerment

An International Non -Governmental Organization, Female Entrepreneurship and Empowerment Network International, FEENI, has empowered students of LEA Wuse II Primary School, Zone III with skills and vocational training in Information and Communication Technology, ICT.

The students which comprised of boys and girls were equally trained in bead making, face painting arts and crafts among others.

On the occasion in Abuja, the Founder and International President of FEENI, Anne Marie Kanuh said the gesture was to enable them laid their hands on something and make money to support themselves and their families during the Christmas and New Year holidays.

Anne Marie Kanuh who stated that the main purpose of the Organization is to assist women and girls live their dreams through empowerment and poverty eradication explained that apart from the empowerment programmes, FEENI was able to pay school fees of some of the students and distributed school bags, uniforms, socks, sandals, shoes and other educational materials to them.

“I want to specifically thank all those who believe in this project because we need to bring the girls and the women out of where they are by empowering them because once they are empowered, the problem of the society will reduce” She stressed

In her words “most of these women, mothers, wives and the children they bring out eventually tells more about our society and they will begin to see that they are part of the process, you Empower them, you advocate for them and at the end of the day , they will bring out better children that will be of more use to the society”

In a remark, the Head Teacher of LEA Wuse II Primary School, Zone III, Mrs Fatima Adamu commended FEENI Network Int’l for the kind gesture which would go a long way in alleviating the plights of the students.

Mrs Adamu called on other Non+Governmental Organizations and wealthy Nigerians to emulate the Founder and International President of FEENI Network Int’l by putting smiles on the faces of the less privileged in the society.

Some of the students who were excited with the empowerment programmes, payment of their school fees and the items they received thanked the Organization for the gesture.

They stressed the need for programmes that would further promote teaching and learning among school children most especially the indigent ones in the society.

The school children also had enough to eat and drink during the event as the organization provided them with enough food in the spirit of the yuletide season


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