Development In Nigeria’s Tertiary Institutions With High Impact Intervention Projects

Development In Nigeria’s Tertiary Institutions With High Impact Intervention Projects


Development In Nigeria’s Tertiary Institutions With High Impact Intervention Projects

Development In Nigeria\u2019s Tertiary Institutions With High Impact Intervention Projects Special High Impact intervention projects are projects funded by the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund). These interventions allow beneficiary

The intervention seeks to massively inject funds into selected tertiary institutions to achieve a major turnaround through programme upgrade and improvement in the teaching and learning environment.

Bogoro, who revealed this during his annual meeting with heads of TETFund beneficiary institutions held in Abuja months back, stated that the schools were carefully selected, urging the beneficiaries to make proper use of the funds available to them.

He said that contrary to speculations in some quarters that the Special High Impact projects of TETFund had been suspended, instead of suspension, it had been strengthened by the current administration.

Many public tertiary institutions in the country have continued to laud the many support by TETFund to ensure that schools are returned back to their past glory.

He revealed that apart from the normal annual interventions from TETFund to the Federal University, Dutsin-Ma, since inception, the university had benefited to the tune of about N5billion as special intervention for take-off grant, prototype hostels, academic buildings among others.

“I urge the TETFund to continue to offer meaningful and purposeful interventions in Nigeria’s higher education institutions to help in realising our government’s desire to create a knowledge based economy in Nigeria,” he said.

Just recently, one of the beneficiaries of the high impact intervention project, the Lagos State University (LASU) revealed that the ongoing construction of the High-Impact building Project for Academic Advancement, sponsored by TETFUND would be completed in 18 months.

“The project, fully sponsored by TETFUND, is expected to be completed and handed over to the university in 18 months.The building would among other facilities, house a world-class international conference centre and a multi-purpose facility for various academic activities.

The site of the building is along the Connoil Gate of the university, behind the staff quarters.

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