Formal Education

Education is a pervasive obstacle to success for the East Africa child. According to World Bank data the problem is primarily one of having available channels of an educational landscape, its infrastructure and resources as evidenced by lack of primary education that is well outside of reasonable limits. We want to equip any and anyone interested in starting schools, sustaining and growing schools, that needs help with books, help with supplies, help with curriculum. Our focus is to build a sustainable foundation for a vibrant educational landscape amenable to influence, and offering a path towards an investment in our youth.


  • Increase enrolment and retention of school going population (aged between 5-18 years) with emphasis on gender equity and inclusiveness; while address socio-cultural barriers that hinder the enrolment of girls and children with special needs through community mobilization and sensitization, and by combating violence in the school place.
  • Facilitate the integration HIV prevention education for teachers, youth and children into education;
  • Improve teacher competence through in-service training, mentoring and provision of basic incentives.
  • Provide psychosocial training to teachers in IDP sites and other emergency affected areas and psychosocial outreach to children through child-friendly spaces and integrate life-skills based approaches to HIV.

Facilitate the availability of adequate and relevant basic education materials, kits and supplies.