For a country or a continent to develop it needs to improve the lives of its people. Improving the economy starts by reducing poverty. Many factors contribute to poverty. The lack of education and health are contributing factors to poverty. For a child to grow up with strong, positive value, and make positive contributions to society, he needs to be guided in developing the qualities of character that are valued by his family and by the community in which he lives. So we do have a common threat education of our children. Whether it is in a developing country or in America, Children’s education depends on adults and the community they live in.
In underdeveloped countries, parents with no financial resources, or if we may say with no money, cannot provide for their children, cannot put their children at school, cannot bring food at home, cannot attend to their children because they are emotionally unstable. These children grow in poor society with no future. They grow up, stay poor, and become parents and the cycle of poverty begins.
We understand the importance of building a brighter future for our children; therefore we provide education to children in needs.
We provide financial assistance to poor men and women to start businesses to support their families
We are dedicated to improving the quality of adults’ lives by helping them learn to write, read and gain professional competencies. We support a variety of educational programs, from literacy projects to technical skills or vocational training centers. Many poor families keep their girls at home to help with housework and caring for other siblings or family members. With no schooling, their future income prospects are poor. When you invest in a woman, she invests 90% back into the health, nutrition, and education of her family.