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Paxful to Build School in Nigeria Under Its 100 School Initiative to Support Emerging Markets

Paxful, a Peer-to-Peer Bitcoin Marketplace to Commence School Construction in Nigeria.

Adaugo Nwankpa
Adaugo Nwankpa

Paxful, a global peer-to-peer bitcoin marketplace, has announced that they will be building a fourth school in its Built with Bitcoin’s 100-school initiative which aims to bring quality education centers to emerging countries.

Located in Nigeria, the school will come fully equipped with a state-of-the-art solar-powered and water well system.

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The new school will be built in the Ankara Nandu community of Sanga Local in Nigeria and will serve an estimated 100-120 children between the ages of three to six years old. Home to roughly 4,000 people, the city currently has only one school facility which is being used for both primary and secondary school purposes.

The new school will double as an adult learning space in the evenings assisting in providing hundreds of people with a supplemental education. In response to safety requirements associated with COVID-19, The company will also provide Personal Protective Equipment for all teachers and students including face-masks and hand sanitizers.

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Adaugo Nwankpa

Statistical and Economics Analyst with a focus on social development.