Loole, a young changemaker from Nigeria, has identified a problem in her community: children are going to school but still lack vital information on goal setting, potential discovery, and education as a developmental process. Loole believes that children should be informed on how to set concrete, well-defined goals, and discover their abilities so they can help their families, government, and society. To address this problem, Loole has taken action and is raising awareness on how children in her community can discover their abilities and set goals for themselves.
Loole has already approached organizations like Youth and Environmental Advocacy Centers to share her vision and plans for the project, and they are ready to support her. Loole plans to hold a seminar, conference talks, and video presentations on goal setting and potential discovery for children ages 6 and up. Materials have already been sourced, including videos by renowned speakers such as Dr. Myles Munroe and John Maxwell.
To reach more children, Loole plans to send letters to schools and gather community authorities asking them to implement the participation of children in the project and program. Loole's project will also involve creating a club at the end of each program, which will be managed by trained facilitators to keep the club strong and gather feedback from children. To ensure the success of the project, Loole plans to invite CITYREACHERS facilitators and teachers to assist with information and resources.
Through her project, Loole hopes to inspire children to pursue their goals and develop their abilities, so they can make a positive impact on their families, communities, and society as a whole. Loole's project is a testament to the power of taking action and making a difference in one's community.