Child Development – Education & Family Support

Education is vital to a thriving society. A society without education will become the breeding ground for violence and intolerance. But an educated society will promote tolerance and peace, justice and understanding, innovation and advancement, and positive, self-sustaining growth. It’s important to educate our children, no matter where they live, for they will grow to become responsible citizens of their society.

Each child represents a future, the future of the community, of the country, and indeed the future of the whole world.

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Cost Of School Per Child

The present situation in undeveloped regions of Eastern Africa are dire and truly need the collective help and good will of the world. Over 100 Million people in this region live on less than $2 a day. The typical family here has 6 children and in many cases multi-generation families living together. It’s hard enough to just survive, let alone consider something like education which costs on average $800 per child. That’s over a year’s worth of food and necessities just to send a single child to school. As you can imagine, for the average family it is virtually impossible to afford education for even one child, let alone 5 or 6.

Transforming Children’s Lives

Our comprehensive approach targets the root causes of why children are not attending school or are underachieving when they are in school. Our success and continued growth is due to our reliance on local knowledge and expertise to develop solutions that are viable and sustainable in the communities and cultures where we work. We invest our resources locally, in the countries where we work. This helps boost local economies and keeps costs low.

Baselia
BaseliaMozambique
Cosmas
CosmasCongo
James
JamesMalawi
Jamiru
JamiruUganda
Jenovic
JenovicCongo
Joana
JoanaMozambique
John (on right)
John (on right)Malawi
Josina
JosinaMozambique
Ramazan
RamazanUganda
Robert
RobertUganda
Shamusa
ShamusaUganda
Zita
ZitaMozambique