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When Efe Osayande was six years old, she visited Africa for the first time, and was struck by the poor school infrastructure, and lack of resources she saw in most African schools. She saw overcrowded classrooms with limited resources, school children going to school without backpack, and little or no writing materials, and she witness firsthand as good-hearted teachers who were struggling to provide a quality education for their students. This experience inspired Efe to act and help make a difference in the lives of African school children.

Efe’s experience in Africa was so inspiring that she knew that she had to do something to help these African school children get the education they deserved. She returned home to the United States, and started talking to her siblings, friends, and family about the condition of African school children. With the help of her siblings, starting with their savings of their combined lunch money and their hard faithful decision to break their piggy bank, and with the support of her parents and relatives, Efe decided to start; Kids Helping Hands to help provide resources, school bags and writing materials for African school children.

Efe’s effort and determination has since gain support from community members, as school children in the United States join her efforts to raise money to send school bags, books, pencils, and other educational materials to African school children. We hope that Efe and her sibling’s story serves as an inspiration to all of us, reminding us of the power of a child’s passion and determination to make a difference in the world.

Efe and her sibling’s journey to help African school children is just started and have a long way to go, but there is no doubt that her success so far is a testament to the power of a child’s determination to make a difference in the world. We hope Efe and her sibling’s story inspires you to join them, and take action and support her efforts to provide quality school bags, writing materials and resources to African school children in need, and also to all children regardless of where they are in the world.

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