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Our essay competition is an annual readership and writing contest for all African students in tertiary institutions and high schools. Yes, it is free and easy to apply. All that is required is to be an African, studying in Africa.
Essay Topic:The Role of Technology in Enhancing African Education: An Open Letter to Policy Makers
Jed Child Trust was established in 2018 with the aim of bringing quality education to all students on the African continent. Founded by individuals who have experienced firsthand the pains of struggling to get an education with limited finances and a failing society, Jed Child Trust is a fast-growing organization dedicated to understanding what inequality and being disadvantaged in education mean to the African child. The organization has so far grown her operations in over five countries on the African continent, directly aiding 67,555 beneficiaries in 15 communities through our 7 onlin... read more
The best three essays shall be awarded as follows;
Submission Guidelines and Formatting:
An abstract of 300 words or less that propose and summarizes the topic.
Submissions must be new original work that has not been previously published (this includes articles published in your school newspaper, on other websites or blogs, or even as part of your graduate thesis). Any references made within the work to other studies or publications must be credited and noted. However, submissions will not be considered and may be removed if they are primarily a collection of links to other articles.
Participants should be active followers of all Jed Child Trust Social Media Handles. ( Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, Twitter, Youtube, Tiktok)
Your name or identifying detail must not appear on the essay’s body.
Individuals may submit only one article to the competition, not more than one.
Website: Essay Competition Page (Form)
The entire competition will be held online.
All interested participants are required to register and submit entries on the website. Registration and submission will take place simultaneously. Registration and submission of entries must not exceed the stated end date as the website will cease to accept submissions afterwards.
For more details,visit JCTF website