13th Anniversary Celebration 2022

SLNI shared moments with the Junior Secondary Students of L.E.A Secondary School at Piwoyi. With great pleasure, the principal of the school welcomed SLNI representatives and gave them the opportunity to educate the children on the need for effective personal hygiene which has handled by Iroh Grace Onyinyechi.

She instructed the students on the need to have their body and environment clean as it is one of the ways to keep healthy. Simeon Orduen continued to elaborate on the need to stay safe and healthy by obeying the COVID 19 rules. He stressed on the need to take the vaccine and stay safe. Curious students asked questions on how the COVID came about. Simeon Orduen elaborated on that as well as other questions that came up along that line. More questions were entertained from all angles and they were all duly answered.

Students who answered questions and those who were curious enough to ask questions based on the subject matter discussed were given file jackets with notepads and SLNI branded facemasks. Following this was a closing session with prayers from one of the students. The teachers and principal thanked everyone in attendance, and shared refreshment and incentives.

Mrs. Ngozi Nwaogugu the school principal made a plea on behalf of the school for the renovation of one classroom block for the Junior Secondary School whose roof was blown off by the wind.

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Silver Lining For the Needy Initiative (SLNI) is an NGO in special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.

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