Hearing from grateful users

We, the Nima-Maamobi Community Learning Centre’s beneficiaries, are immensely appreciative to Madame Kathy Knowles, the philanthropist who changed the story of our education by building the Centre with art and cultural facilities. Our education was impacted positively to a huge extent and all thanks to her. Not only did we have access to books in a setting that encouraged learning, staff members consistently provided assistance, direction and guidance to promote the community’s overall academic growth and success.

My name is Rahma, a professional nurse, and together with Elham Ibrahim, a midwife, and Army Sergeant Adamu Abdul Rasheed, we represent the entire community. We say, “May God bless your endeavors and efforts and continue to guide you towards your goal. We will always be grateful to you Mum.”