|"An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." - Benjamin Franklin
It is widely believed that education is the panacea to poverty. We, in line with emerging evidence from academia, understand the issue is much more complex than the mere construction of a school building or the funding of school fees. Much must be investigated into the local conditions that depress
|literacy levels, including teacher absenteeism, gender inequality, and hunger.
Therefore, we work with local communities to address not only the illiteracy levels, but to discover the real reasons why children are not going to school, and to create conditions that facilitate their continuous participation.
Simultaneously, we explore and introduce vocational skills that are both beneficial and sought after by local communities.