According to the UNESCO and UNDP’s global project models, the literacy rate in some third world countries are less than 27%. Education is free, however state-sponsored education is very limited and most secondary or university education can only be afforded by children of the elite. Only about 30% of children begin school and out of that 30%, only 2% stay in school beyond the 5th grade. Teachers are poorly prepared and the materials provided are inadequate. The typical classrooms in some rural areas consist of 70 or more pupils per teacher. This is an indicator that teachers cannot dedicate the necessary amount of time to the needs of each individual student.
Our vision is to help create a culture of literacy and empowerment to the next generation of parents, teachers, and leaders.
We provide an adaptable educational model specific to the needs of the school communities we serve.
We train and send teachers and educational tools to support struggling schools around the world.
We encourage a Multi-Cultural learning experience- Giving education on a global level.
Children’s futures depend on access to a quality education and constructive activities that won’t suck them into gangs and futile behavior. By providing children with resources such as educational materials and volunteers (teachers) children will be more knowledgeable and therefore more productive in their community.
“When a whole people cannot read, they are cut off from advances in knowledge.”
Our goal is to use student education success as a tool to transform a school community thus improving the overall quality of life of its citizens.