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NYSC Personal CDS projects a corps member should consider

NYSC Personal CDS projects a corps member should consider
NYSC Personal CDS projects a corps member should consider

NYSC encourages Corps Members to contribute and impact their host communities by carrying out a personal CDS project during service year.

Here is a list of NYSC Personal CDS projects a corps member should consider:

  • Construction/Rehabilitation of Bore Hole in the host Community of Service.
  • Free medical tests and immunization
  • Donation of Books and Writing material to Primary and Secondary School Library
  • Taking on pro-bono cases (If you are a lawyer or sponsoring one)
  • Supply of crops, fertilizers and farm tools to farmers in your community
  • Organizing skill acquisition training for youths and women for free
  • Payment of WAEC, NECO enrollment fees for bright but poor students in your community
  • Embark on a health sensitization scheme like HIV awareness, Malaria control, etc..
  • Free distribution of medical aids: dettol distribution, mosquito nets, setting up of wash hand basins in every class of every school, etc
  • Construction of road signs and road directions for motorists to easily navigate their way around the community.
  • Donation of clothing, and/or food materials to orphanage homes.
  • Construction or Renovation of Corpers accommodations, classroom or hostel.
  • Construction of solar street lights.
  • Construction of Public Toilet in remote locations in the community.
  • Organizing Youth Programs or Quiz competitions among students in your community and reward the best.
  • Organize a sports competition for the less privilege in the community and reward the best.
  • Organizing seminars/workshop for students on career/ free counseling. 

 

The list above is not exhaustive, you can add yours in the comment box below.

 

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