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David HendersonOur partnership with UWS has given our team a sense of purpose, opportunities to have fun for a good cause and, for those visiting and helping at the school in Cambodia, a life changing experience which has given them skills and grounding which they can apply once they return to their day job. David Henderson, A&N Media

UWS works in partnership with companies around the world to harness their expertise, people and funds – all of which are essential components in delivering our global mission. Consider working with UWS to create a mutually beneficial partnership that integrates your organisations objectives and stakeholder interests with corporate social responsibilities. There are many different ways your organisation can work with UWS including:

  • build & name a community school by committing to provide UWS sufficient funding
  • sponsor & sustain a specific or network of UWS community schools already established
  • sponsor one or several locally recruited and trained community teacher(s)
  • provide pro bono support – give us some of your business expertise to support our work and initiatives
  • adopt UWS as your ‘Charity of the Year’ and encourage employee volunteering and fundraising activities
  • donate suitable gifts in kind and help UWS deliver them to their in-the-field community schools
  • strengthen your senior management team through a corporate capacity sponsorship agreement
  • Promoting responsible business behaviour and practice by becoming a UWS corporate ambassador

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Having established where to build a school, UWS works with the district and regional authorities to obtain the necessary permits for land clearance and construction. The villagers clear the land and then work with the UWS appointed builder to help build the school. Using the villages as labourers reduces construction costs and increases the sense of community ownership. Chris talking with villagers: “I like this land a lot and if we can all agree that this is a good place to build the school when can they start cutting the land”. Each school is run by a support committee elected by the village to maintain and run the school. Nan Sitha has worked as a project manager with United World schools since 2008 and plays a vital role in setting up and running the schools in these remote communities. Nan Sitha: “The role of school support committees: they’re links between United World Schools and the village; and they are the management team of the school; and I train the school support committee so they have to look after the school; they maintain the school; and make sure the school is running properly”.


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Transforming 50,000 Lives

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Annual Report - 2014

UWS 2013/2014 Annual Report.

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