Through the support of the United States Embassy Nigeria, 400 chairs made from discarded car tyres were donated to twenty public schools in Lagos as part of our mission to make education conducive for all.
Empowering them with vocational skills
Training for students
1200 public school students were trained on waste to furniture vocational skill through the support and partnership of the United States Embassy, Nigeria. The purpose is to create early awareness about waste recycling in the minds of young ones.
418 Study Chairs donated
The idea was conceived when we realized that most public schools do not have adequate chairs for students. We decided to use tyres to build an affordable yet comfortable chairs for schools in other to encourage more students to return to classroom.
1200 students trained
Early adoption has been one of the best ways to initiate change.
If we want a better environment for our children, we need to involve the present children. That prompted us to start UPCYCLING CLUB in all the twenty schools we’ve gone for training.
There is no perfect time to acquire relevant skills than now. The world is constantly evolving and there is an urgent need for recycling and waste reduction just as there is for wealth creation.
With more than 40million unemployed people in Nigeria, vocational skill is needed to create more jobs.
With Support from FORD FOUNDATION, UNITED STATES EMBASSY NIGERIA, KEYSTONE BANK and SAHARA FOUNDATION, 9800 people are empowered.
Building green cities includes sustainable use of non-biodegradable waste materials.
We designed and built outdoor furniture for the famous KONA Recreation center in Lagos using discarded car tyres and bamboo. This is to create a close-to-nature feeling for visitors and also sensitize them about waste reuse.
A social enterprise focused on green innovation and job creation through creative reuse of municipal solid waste and vocational skill transfer.