The Stay Alive Project
Maximize Your Potentials (Educational Project for Secondary Schools)

This is an educative, interactive and enlightenment program structured to mitigate the spread of a dreaded cancer, known as social vices. It is conceptualized in such a way that mentoring, counseling and motivational talk will be a vehicle to be used in disseminating important information that will bring about the desired attitudinal change amongst the students while at the same time, impacting positively on them.

The project execution will also assist the students in taking informed career decisions, especially those still in Senior Secondary Schools and those attending JAMB classes, since these are the collection point of youths before they disperse into the outside world (tertiary institutions).

These social vices namely:

  • Drug addiction
  • Cultism
  • Prostitution
  • Abortion
  • Ritual
  • Rape
  • Examination Malpractice
  • Alcoholism
  • Idleness
  • Robbery

Are the foremost moral challenges faced by the youth.

The program will be implemented in both private and public secondary schools as well as all venues used for JAMB classes across the country. In the same vein, youth groups in Churches, Mosque, etc are free to partner with us in this fight against social vices by contacting us. The pilot scheme will be run in Lagos State.

Renewed Minds

This program is aimed at renewing the mind set of youth in tertiary institutions through the usage of entertainment and dialogue in addressing issues bothering on social vices, creating awareness on Civic Education, Democracy and Good Governance, the cornerstones of national development and respect of the citizen.

The concept is to use entertainment, motivational talks and dialogue to make the students aware of their rights and responsibilities as citizens and the power of their participation and vote as they affect leadership and the value of followership, equally create more awareness on already known social vices and the need to shun them.

Some of these social vices are:

- Cultism
- Lesbianism/homosexuality
- Examination malpractices
- Drug abuse (Indian Hemp, Cocaine, Codeine, etc)
- Alcoholism
- Rape/Sexual abuse/sexual gratification
- Indecent dressing

Anti Child Abuse Campaign

If you have never met an abused child, look for child abuse pictures and stir into the eyes of that child. The experience will change you forever; you might not be able to dedicate all your time to our cause, but by helping our foundation either with time or donations, you are DOING YOUR PART.

The incident of child abuse is increasing exponentially as the economic situation worsens. The little ones are the easiest targets for the frustrations of those adults who are unable to deal with the realities of their situation. Available statistics suggest that there is a fundamental threat to the survival of the Nigerian child in the face of recent happenings. It is rather very sad that children are being exposed to all sorts of abuses with impunity.

Child abuse in itself is any behavior directed towards a child by a parent, guardian, nanny, other family members or other adults that grossly endangers or impairs a child’s physical or emotional health and development. Child abuse and neglect affects all segments of the society and knows no socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic or religious boundaries.

It simply robs children of the opportunity to develop healthy, trusting relationships with adults, contributes to low self-esteem and impairs healthy psycho-social development, thus leaving a lifetime scare if not properly managed.

The lost innocence, the hidden pains and the helplessness that those children go through is a clarion call for all of us to be in the forefront of providing protection for our children. Statistically, approximately .5 million children are abused yearly inclusive of those that are not formally reported for fear of stigmatization, while in the same vein, hundreds of deaths related to child abuse is recorded each year.

KUTH Foundation’s intervention project is primarily targeted at children between the ages of 6 – 15, but it is expected that adolescents and youths will equally benefit from it.