We Are"/>

our mission:

To restore life, health and peace to indigenous farmers and nomadic pastoralists in nigeria through the settlement of pastoralists onto protected, ecologically sound grazing reserves with healthcare and schools provided for their families.

Who We Are

Schools For Africa, directed by Phyllis Sortor,  is working together with the Nigerian Government on several, on-going projects: 

  • Schools for Fulani children on reserves. 
  • Primary healthcare to Fulani families on reserves.
  • Establishment of grazing reserves for Fulani herdsmen.
  •  Water and grass restoration on reserves.

To date we have accomplished:

  • Strong trust relationship with Fulani herdsmen.
  • Five schools for Fulani children: 
    • Mogodi Home School, River State
    • NewPointe Community Primary School, Kogi State
    • Courtney Carleton Memorial Primary School, Niger State
    • Bailey Robinson Memorial Primary School, Niger State
    • Big Dam Primary School, Niger State  

 

  • Invitation to open schools in every geo-political zone in Nigeria
  • Boreholes, water systems in eight schools, three communities and grazing reserves. 
  • Clinic at Hope Academy, Kogi State
  • First teaching reserve in Nigeria:  Ero Mountain Grazing Reserve, Kogi State
  • Four-year collaboration contract with Federal Ministry of Agriculture.
  • Full management of three grazing reserves in three states:  
  • Bobi Reserve in Niger State
  • Kachia Reserve in Kaduna State
  • Garbagal Reserve in Jigawa State
  • Invitation to open a fourth reserve in Kogi State. 
  • Strong prospect of healthcare, education and holistic grazing management extended to all states in Nigeria.
     

The Reserve Training