Our Projects


This is one of our core projects and we are particularly interested in providing the learners in Sagamu Local Government with digital skills. It is pertinent to expose the pupils to the world of technology at a basic level as the world grows digitally. Therefore, Friends of Ronzl’s Foundation has embraced the obligation to reduce the gap in the digital divide.

The foundation has equipped the computer rooms of Five (5) schools with computer set. So far, the foundation has distributed Thirty-Four (34) computers across Ten (10) schools and plans are unfolding to cover Twenty (20) schools.

There are skilled computer tutors who handle the computer classes at least twice a week for the period of Eight (8) weeks during each of the Three (3) terms of the academic session to give the pupils theoretical and practical classes.


We have donated about 6,500 Books (including story books, scientific books, dictionaries, documentaries, children’s encyclopedias etc.) across 21 public primary schools in Sagamu, Ogun state over the last 2 years. In schools lacking library facilities, bookshelves were provided to store books as well as for easy visual reference.

The pupils are encouraged to borrow books and return them when due. Our Book club also ensures that learners use the library on a weekly basis to improve their cognitive domain and academic performance.

To celebrate World Book Day, we organize Annual Sensitization Programs in all 21 beneficiary schools to create awareness of the relevance of reading for learners. We also organize an annual Quiz and Spelling Bee Competition to reward and encourage exceptional learners.


The book club was initiated to assist a vast majority of learners who need to improve their ability to read and comprehend and cultivate effective reading culture. The activity was run majorly by Registered Volunteers from our Volunteer Bank on a bi-weekly basis. The Book Club ran simultaneously with the Computer Classes.

Being the first edition, the Book Club was allowed a bit of flexibility in its execution as donations of books reached more schools. We encouraged learners to borrow books from the School Library with strict regulations enforced by their respective librarian(s). However, several schools disallow learners from borrowing after reading sessions due to the increasing rate of library abuse. The reading club has proven effective as learners are now performing better in their various subjects. Their improvement was also evident in their performance in our yearly Quiz and Spelling bee competition.


The sponsorship project is one of the oldest of the foundation’s outreach and it incorporates the feeding project, funding of school fees, provision of writing materials and new school uniforms to sponsor learners who are orphans.

We also support learners with single parents and those whose parents are unable to afford the tuition fees.

The project commenced with St. Columcille’s Primary School, Isale-Oko as the first beneficiary and later extended to two (2) other beneficiary schools: Oba Adeniyi Sonariwo, Major Thompson, G.R.A., and Wesley primary school, Oko II.

We have over fifty (50) learners who are benefitting from the sponsorship project across the three (3) schools.


Having spent over 24,000 hours of classes with an average of 600 learners in 10 schools, we observed that there is a connection between the appearance of a child and their performance in the classroom. When a child appears neat and well-dressed, he/she is more likely to be confident, ready, and productive in class. Undoubtedly, the appearance of a child impacts their learning experience.

The first was a 2-days exercise in February 2021 at Oba Adeniyi Sonariwo Primary School and the second project was extended to four (4) other beneficiary schools: St Columcille’s Primary School, and Wesley primary school, Oko II, St.Paul’s primary school, Alagbo, and African Church primary school, Ijokun. The children were very happy to have their uniforms mended and the teachers expressed their gratitude as well.


This is undoubtedly the most demanding project of the year. All hands were on deck since the beginning of the preliminaries. From having a sit-down to discuss strategy on how this year’s competition would be better than the previous to setting up questions to collating results of the preliminaries, then coordinating a special competitive exercise at the School for Special needs, and then to the Grand Finale.

The maiden competition involved 10 schools from which we had 50 participants, narrowing down to 10 finalists. This year we had 100 competitors from 20 schools {Special needs competed differently within their school amongst themselves}. Due to its complexity, all members of staff handled different aspects that led to the success of the competition.

There was a local organizing committee in charge of compiling questions for the preliminaries as well as the Grand Finale and other aspects such as preparation of the venue, registering and mobilizing the participants, invitation and appreciation of the head teachers at the schools before and after the competition, and awards ceremony.


We celebrate World Book Day [usually the first week in March] together with all our member schools through a campaign during which we create awareness about the importance of reading.

The sensitization program served as the opening ceremony of the maiden edition of the Book Club Project in 2021. During the campaign, the team visited all 21 schools during which we assemble learners, engage them in reading, displayed inspiring videos on how reading can be an enjoyable skill, and books were donated to the school libraries.  


It has been established that recreational activities has a soothing effect on the health, and equally the learning ability of the pupils.

This led to the organization of inter-school friendly football competition and indoor games (ludo, skipping, scrabble, tic tac toe) among the pupils. This lasted for a week after the conclusion of the academic term. 


A block of 2 classrooms was renovated at African Church Primary School, Ijokun, Sagamu to increase the number of classrooms for lectures of the pupils.

We provided Oba Adeniyi Sonariwo Nursery and Primary School, Sabo, Sagamu Computer Laboratory with sixty pieces (60) of plastic chairs to accommodate a higher number of pupils for lectures at the same time.

In the same vein, we equipped the kindergarten pupil classroom with fifty (55) pieces of plastic chairs.