National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) 2016 Batch Corps Member, Agarawu Kayode has constructed a medical laboratory in the Orientation Camp, Ede, Osun State.
The project was inaugurated by the DG of NYSC, Brigadier General Sulaiman Kazaure during his visit to the camp.
While commending the project executor, General Kazaure said he has fulfilled one of the four cardinal programmes of NYSC by initiating a project that would benefit the entire camp community.
Anyaogu Rejoice Builds Toilet for Host Community in Taraba State
Anyaogu Onyeyirichi Rejoice, NYSC 2016 Batch B Corps Member serving in Sabongida Tukura Kurmi LGA of Taraba State has built a toilet for the community school as her personal Community Development Service (CDS) project.
According to Miss Anyaogu, the community were very supportive on her project by donating money and items such as blocks, plastering sand, sharp sand, gravel, wood for door, etc. Members of the community also volunteered their services in roofing, digging, etc..
In a collaborative Community Development Service (CDS), NYSC 2016/2017 Batch A Corps Members; Eneji Stephen and Glory Adibe has provided portable water for Gassa community of Barkin Ladi LGA by rehabilitating two boreholes.
Since the borehole systems went down 10 years ago, the community has not had access to portable drinkable water.
The CDS Project was commissioned on March 1st, 2017 by NYSC Officials in the State.
As his contribution to the change and development of his host community. Michael Achibi has constructed a signpost for Government Day Secondary School (GDSS) Katami, Silame Local Government, Sokoto State.
The CDS Project was commissioned by NYSC Officials on 28th February, 2017.
Michael said "The reason behind this is to create awareness for visitors or strangers coming here for the first time and also uplift the standard of the school to a greater height".
As a contribution to his host community, Adedugbe rolled out streams of life touching projects in Abakaliki
Damilola Emmanuel Adedugbe, a 2015/2016 NYSC batch B stream II corps member serving in Ebonyi Local Government in Ebonyi State, rolled out streams of life touching projects in his host community and beyond
Adaramola Babajide, a corps member serving in Dandin Mahe town at Government Day Secondary School, Shagari Local Government carried out simultaneous CDS projects as part of his contribution to the host community. He constructed the sign post at the school gate and the sign post at Dogo-Karie junction was also renovated by him.
His reason for executing the project was to provide clear directions to people who come to the school from other local governments to avoid missing their way.