The Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition is an activity within the framework of the UNESCO Global Action Programme (GAP) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

Best Projects 2019 features all the nominated entries submitted ‘Submit your Project’ category. All the entries consist of innovative projects run by existing enterprises in the form of businesses, NGOs or informal programs.

Back 2 School Transformation

Your title/position CEO President
Type of Enterprise non-profit organization
Year the ngo or company was founded 2018
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Explain your project in details:

We are committed to providing a conducive learning environment in schools in rural Africa. We aim to successfully provide adequate school supplies, equipment, and facilities to many schools in Africa. We plan on doing so by conducting fundraising and events to raise money throughout the year. To involve the Nigerian community in the village we will have an educational event with students, teachers, and the community.

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Impact of your enterprise on sustainable development

In December 2018, I had the privilege to visit my village of Avutu, Obowo located in Imo State, Nigeria. During my visit, I was able to organize a back to school event during which I distributed many school supplies such as backpacks, story books, writing materials, etc to over 200 school kids in the village. Currently, I am still collecting donations to continue our mission.

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Sustainability and future plans

The team will continue efforts to reach our goal of $8,000-$10,000 by next year to renovate and reconstruct the classrooms and continue to plan and organize the yearly Back 2 School Event. The next phase will be to install ceilings, conduct electrical work, painting inside and outside the classrooms, door and window replacement, and tiling to the floors. In line with our mission of transforming rural schools inside and out.

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Your profile as an entrepreneur

Cheryl Adaeze Ibezim is the founder and president of Back 2 School Transformation Inc., an organization that provides adequate school equipment as well as raising money to renovate school buildings in Africa. In this position, Cheryl is responsible for the vision, strategy, and national fundraising efforts for the organization as it expands across the world. She is also responsible for recruiting, training, and developing a Board of directors to implement a long term strategic plan. Cheryl Ibezim is a graduate of Kean University in Union, New Jersey where she received her bachelors degree in English. Currently, she is pursuing her Masters degree in Educational Leadership and Administration at Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia. Cheryl has been working in the Education sector off and on for 5 years both in New Jersey and Georgia. At 26 Cheryl is passionate about the well-being of students' education around the world. She believes that every child deserves a positive educational experience. She aspires to own her own schools in Africa as well as opening business pertaining to the educational sector.

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