For our students, learning to count, read and write in the national language opens the door to a whole world of opportunity. Many of our students move onto secondary education, or enter vocations that were previously out of reach.
Schooling can also reduce children's vulnerability to trafficking, exploitation and forced labour. For girls, education means empowerment, and even reduced rates of child marriage and early motherhood. We are passionate about girls' education and the long-term impact it can have on communities.
We serve ethnic-minority children from remote villages who would otherwise have no access to education.
We collaborate with communities in deep need of education, involving them every step of the way.
We recruit, train and develop teachers from within local communities to work alongside government-allocated teachers.