Every child has the right to a quality education and the confidence and self-esteem that comes from being included and valued.
Children need strong learning foundations to learn for life and improve their lives. Learning and life skills and psychosocial competencies enable children to transition successfully through the life stages of infancy, childhood and young adulthood, coping effectively with challenges each stage brings.
We support children as they Grow and Develop, by supporting:
Knowledge and life skills in school, at home and in the community.
Foundations to build lifelong learning and confidence for today and hope for the future.
Interaction with other children, family and community members to develop social skills.
Access to equal and quality education gives children the opportunity to be active participants in their own learning process. Their abilities to work in groups, maintain a positive self-image and make their own decisions are skills children will carry with them into adulthood.
It’s what helps children become the drivers of their own success.
Children enriched with education and confidence spread social awareness and positive actions from one child to another, throughout the entire community. They are able to transition well into young adults who can expand their active engagement with their communities.
To the left, select the name of a child to read about his or her growth and development.