Caleb Nnaecheta has struggled with a lack of quality education due to the shortage of teachers at his school, Government Day Secondary School in Niger State, Nigeria. A similar shortage of teachers has been reported in many Sub-Saharan African countries, according to UNESCO. In 2018, Nigeria had a shortage of over 277,000 teachers at the basic level. This has led to a low standard of education and a high number of out-of-school children in Nigeria. Restored Heart Foundation (RHF), a non-governmental organization (NGO) established to create a haven for teenagers and young adults, has launched the Teachers Bank Project to recruit and provide extra teachers to schools in underserved communities in Nigeria, starting with the Government Day Secondary School in New Bwari. RHF partners with the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) and qualified graduates within the host communities to recruit teachers. The organization also provides the teachers with necessary reading materials and pays them a monthly stipend. The project has helped to improve the quality of education for students like Caleb Nnaecheta.