Education is a fundamental pillar for children’s development but schools alone are not enough. They must provide a comprehensive framework that meets the needs of children, which improves learning and school attendance.
We contribute to good education by providing technical support to existing schools. For example, we build boreholes and latrines that improve the health and quality of life of students. For areas hosting displaced and refugee families, we build temporary schools so that children can continue their education.
Teacher training complements our intervention strategy. For example, they are trained to identify children who are victims of psychological and social suffering and to refer them to partner centres that can take care of them and relieve their suffering.