How We Work
We support educational learning in 3 ways. Through:
Collaborative Partnerships with organizations: This includes, educational and other non-profits, foundations or community leads who provide a form of learning for children. We advocate for financial and non-financial support for education and, invest in professional development and innovative tools for teachers to improve and develop their skills.
Educational Programs available to our Collaborative Partners and individual students. We look for practical ways to work with establishments and network with them, so teachers and Principals can have access to a knowledge center.
Kids will naturally have access to learning programs through their schools, or by submitting direct applications to join events and available programs. By working together, we aim to minimize duplication of resources, share a synergy of knowledge, and boost expert skills. Programs includes, summer schools, sports, and events to promote arts, reading, science and other innovation programs and educational contests. We believe we will be all the stronger for working together and sharing the load. (See Our Programs section for more information). We also embrace opportunities to involve local communities and their leaders, so young people can connect, and be actively involved in writing the next chapters of their community’s future.
Students/individual applications for direct support. We welcome highly driven scholars, or prospective young and innovative entrepreneurs, with a passion to succeed, and go beyond their comfort zone.
Scholarships: On occasions, we consider applications for support or subsidized fees for vocational or non-vocational learning. We welcome promising students with a vision and ability that would otherwise be thwarted, without intervention.
Our assistance includes channeling students to schools in our network that can meet their needs.
Any support we give is with the understanding that any educational learning or skill received is re-invested in Africa in the long term.