Hope Builders Foundation, a non-governmental organization (NGO) on Thursday 5th of October, 2017 held their series of vocational training for secondary school students at Hall of Fame Academy, Baruwa, Ipaja, Lagos.
|Hall of Fame Academy Students|
Hope Builders Foundation, a non-governmental organization (NGO) that focuses on the training of women and youth in different vocations has trained more than 2000 women and youth since it was founded in 2008.
|Executive Director, HBF, Mrs. Folayemisi Adu|
The executive director, Mrs. Folayemisi Adu, while welcoming the students to the event which was held in the school Hall, gave a brief history of the organization. She highlighted the importance of vocational studies and advised them to take the lessons seriously.
|Special Guest, Mrs. Stella Olubunmi Francis|
In her address, the special guest at the event, Mrs. Stella Olubunmi Francis, the executive director of Glowing Splints Development Initiative, an NGO with passion for skills development for women and youths, implored the students to develop a skill and be good at it. She however told them to be focused and take their academics seriously.
|Students were divided into different classes|
|Ms. Fatima Lateef taking the students Hair Dressing|
|Hair dressing class|
|Emmanuel Olajide took the Photography|
|Ms. Toluwaleke Akanni took the students decoration|
|Adedoyin and Ifeoluwa AbdulRasheed took them Screen Printing|
Oyebanji Idowu took them on Shoe Making
Hope Builders Foundation will be visiting St. Philomena Orphanage at Baruwa, Ipaja to celebrate independence with them on Saturday, 7th October. They will also be presenting them with gifts and announcing their "adopt an orphanage" project.