Children Deserve Better. Every child is your child

“A quality education has the power to transform societies in a single generation, provide children with the protection they need from the hazards of poverty, labor exploitation and disease, and given them the knowledge, skills, and confidence to reach their full potential.”

That is the reason for Productive Education and Effective Leadership  (PEEL) Initiative.

PEEL Initiative is a non-profit organization with the mission to empower and provide quality education, to develop leadership potentials and to meet the human needs of youths around the world.

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We are comprised of passionate, talented and committed people ranging from program officers to Community Empowerment Program facilitators to directors and to volunteers. Each individual contributes his or her unique personality and skills to further our work, creating a dynamic environment in which positive change can take place.

PEEL Initiative Projects

Maths Projects

Maths Projects focus on reducing to zero the rate of failure in Mathematics in Africa through various mathematics seminars held in communities and institutions. There has been an over 70% improvement in the performance of tutored students  and we will keep spreading our impact to different communities.


The vision of youLead is to develop leadership potentials in the lives of young people, to teach vocational and entrepreneurial skills and to develop the spirit of nationhood. The Project also has its focus on awarding outstanding leaders.


EduSupport empowers through Education; by providing scholarship support for the less privileged, fostering capacity building in school teachers and promoting STEM education.

School Revamp

Through the School Revamp Project, we provide infrastructural support for dilapidating schools to propel the academic performance of students.


Too many kids grow up in Nigeria believing Mathematics to be too difficult. This myth has hindered development and advancement. There can’t be any development in this country without mathematics because engineering and infrastructural development rely on math proficiency. There can’t be scientific breakthrough without mathematics, as this subject is also very relevant in solving social problems (e.g. Ebola) using mathematical modelling.

Statistics has shown that in 2015, more than 70% of Nigerian students that sat for the WAEC examinations failed Mathematics (Ref. and scores are consistently declining as evidenced by the 2014 and 2013 WAEC scores.

From 8th October 2016 to May 2017, we are on a project focused on reducing to the bearest minimum, the rate of failure in Mathematics in Rivers state by teaching about 500 students in their final Secondary school classes in five (5) underserved schools that lack Mathematics teachers and are located in areas with poor learning structures and facilities within Rivers State.

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Youth (15-24 years) literacy rate (%) 2015, female
Children have never gone to school
Percentage of adults that can not read or write
Percentage of Children that don't have Textbook for all subject

PEEL Initiative in Recent Projects

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Edusupport has as its main goal to Empower through Education by providing scholarship support for the under-privileged students.


With the focus on reducing to zero the rate of failure in Mathematics, a seminar was held in Community Secondary School Nkpolu. A similar campaign on ‘The Key to Mathematics’ has , in time past, held in over 35 schools reaching about 22,000 students; thereby dissolving the myth that Maths is a hard subject.