The African Center for Leadership Strategy and Development (Center LSD), has yesterday treated journalists working in Adamawa State to dinner as Community led Collective Action for Girls Education (C-CAGE) in Adamawa wounds up.
Center LSD with support from Malala Fund has carried out C-CAGE in Adamawa State, a two year project to enhance the girl-child enrollment in schools.
Executive Director of Center LSD, Monday Osasah while extolling Adamawa journalists, said, he cannot thank them enough for the tremendous support and cooperation they gave his organization which greatly aided the success of the project.
He said the project has a target of 1000 enrolment of out-of-school girls noting that 960 girls have so far been enrolled back into schools in the three focal local governments covered by the C-CAGE project.
The local governments covered by the project according to the executive director are Numan, Song and Maiha.
Osasah expressed optimism that before the end of the project, the remaining gap of 40 will be filled before the end of the project in February 2022 which is the terminal date for the project.
Journalists in attendance were treated to sumptuous meals as there was much to eat and drink during the dinner.