In Europe school means safety, healthcare and social interaction. While in Africa children’s only meal a day might be at school as 40% of the Angolans population live on under £1 a day, which is not enough to feed a family let alone send children to school, which costs less than £45 a year. While in Europe we have ease of transport sometimes provided free as education is a basic human right. Some children in Africa have to walk over 10km each way just to go to school, with poor nutrition children are extremely dedicated to leaning to take these trips.
Our education projects understands how dedicated these children are to learning and thanks to your support we can fund a number of initiatives in rural and urban primary schools, these include:
• Ensuring children have access to food, clean water
• Providing bursaries for children to be able to go to school
• Purchase of school uniforms and shoes for orphans and vulnerable children
• Purchase of computers and provision of IT training, school furniture
• Support school agriculture projects
• Providing disabled children with wheelchairs, clothes and support
• Distribution of donated computers, clothes and footwear
•Ensure children have access to food and water
•Provide bursaries for children to be able to go to school
•Provide computers and IT equipment
•Support school agricultural projects
•Provide disabled children with wheelchairs, clothes and support
•Distribute donated computers, clothes and footwear across Sub-Saharan Africa.
• 40% of Africa's population live on under £1 a day.
• Every minute a child dies of malaria in Africa.
• Every 15 second a child dies of hunger.
• More than 100 million children do not have access to an education in sub-Saharan Africa.