K & TRC Celebrates Distinct Achievements in Her Third Quarter

The Third Quarter in Kids & Teens Resource Centre has recorded triple achievements with three personalities in her organization. This was remarkable for efforts put into human capacity development.

The first achievement was The  Change Makers Impact Award 2019 and Inauguration into the Accent Hall of Fame of The Accent Business Academy received by The Chief Executive Director of the Organization; Martin – Mary Falana on 21st of June 2019. The award was given to him by the Accent Business Academy  in appreciation of The CEO’s investment and immeasurable commitment towards the future of the young minds especially by advancing the cause of quality education for underpriviledged students.

Martin – Mary Falana being an International  Independent Consultant and Seasoned Facilitator that he is, has never stopped seeing a cause to serve humanity especially children and young people at the grassroot level.

The CEO of the  Organization Being Awarded

The other achievements were bagged by The New Executive Director of the Organization; Folashade Bamigboye and Program Officer Child welfare of the Organization; Becky Olubunmi Deinde. This achievement was related to the two of them being conferred African Young Leaders Fellow 2019 and the Mini – MBA in Leadership and Management award of the Accra Business School, Ghana on the 8th of August and 26th of July respectively.

The conferral and award were given in respect to their successful participation in the Leadership training which had the presence of Outstanding African Leaders as facilitators. The two awardees have been able to achieve this because of the organization’s support in the personal development of every staff.

The New Executive Director & Program Officer, Child Welfare of the Organization conferred fellow

This triple achievements have brought more credits to the organization and inspiration towards serving humanity in a better capacity.

Program Officer Child Welfare at the African Young Leaders Fellowship Programme

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