In 2011, Back2Back opened an Education Center in Jos, Nigeria to serve orphans from the Kisayhip Village. The Education Center addresses the growing struggle in Nigeria to educate children within an inconsistent educational system. For Back2Back, it provides a gateway into the children’s lives and an investment into their future, as we believe that education is the key to overcoming poverty. The Education Center is also known as Igmin Kibe which means "children of the Kingdom" in Rukuba, the local dialect in the Kisayhip village. Igmin Kibe is a supplemental after-school program that offers additional training to primary and secondary school students in reading, math, English, and Christian studies. Back2Back provides education at a local private school for the children. Back2Back staff- counselors, tutors, and community developers run the education center. The program includes a Bible study, mentoring, tutoring, and nutritious meals.