Most high school (secondary school) kids in communities especially in rural areas are faced with the naivety of access to quality education on health and other forms of education which is paramount and necessary for them. In BLAS Initiative, we carry out this project annually to mark the World Book Day of 23rd April and as an appraisal time to check the growth of students on our Emergency Health Care Mentorship Scheme ( for first aid and disaster management training). During this project we share study tools and monitor the impact of our previous projects. The impact from this project is superfluous and the testimony below is one.
“I can proudly say that I am a product of ‘Give a Child a Book’ 2018. That was my first ever British Parliamentary Debate experience and it still paying off till date”Madubuike Chisom (a beneficiary of the project at Government Secondary School Owerri 2018, now a 200 level Law Student Imo State University).