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For many in Sub Saharan Africa, learning and education takes place in urban locations. For many rural students, this means having to travel long distances which can be unsafe, or give up on the opportunity to get educated entirely. Another option however, is to work with local communities to build schools in rural areas that may be difficult to access. Together with members of the local community, and in collaboration with local educational entrepreneurs, schools can be made accessible to children in surrounding rural villages. We believe that education is a right and not a privilege,

and that no child should miss out on an education due to a lack of adequate infrastructure.


The program focuses on the development of local educational institutions

and is beneficial in several aspects:

expansion- Assistance in the construction of additional classrooms that allow the school to accommodate a larger number of children while reducing the number of students in each class, which produces an ideal initiation ratio between the teacher and the students. 

upgrade- Assistance in setting up the infrastructure required for a normal school routine, from the shell to the contents of the school classrooms: electricity, water, sanitation facilities, tables, chairs, blackboards, play areas, a library, outdoor fields, sleeping areas and more. All of these help create a high-quality and comfortable learning environment that affects the experience of success, development, and the child's sense of security.

work places -All the projects in the program are designed, built, and executed by local suppliers and create many jobs.

'”If you build a house and the nail breaks, will construction stop? Or will the nail be replaced? ''

~ African Proverb

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