The Peace Corps Nigeria Alumni Foundation is currently seeking Board members who are global citizens. They should understand that education is the key for creating sustainable development and a more inclusive, equitable and peaceful world. We are looking for individuals with expertise in the areas of business, public relations, education and international development to assist us with moving our organization forward.
The Peace Corps Nigeria Alumni Foundation (PCNAF) was formed in 2001 by a small group of former Peace Corps Volunteers in the Washington, DC area with a desire to play an on-going role in helping to develop the country where we performed our service in the 1960s. We decided to focus our attention on addressing the nation’s educational needs.
Our mission is to help reduce poverty and foster economic growth in Nigeria through programs that promote equity and access to quality education. More than 10 million children of primary school age in Nigeria - more than any other country in the world - are denied access to basic education. Most of those children are girls. In the northern region of Nigeria only 4% of females complete secondary school. Based upon the belief that educating and empowering women and girls is a key to economic development in Nigeria, addressing the disparities in girls’ education is a top priority for our organization.
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- General Education
- Donor Management
- Public Relations
- Business Development
- Community Outreach
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