Child Rights Training

Child rights ensure the well-being, protection, and development of children.

We partner with the Department of Social Welfare (Builsa North District) to provide child rights training for parents and students (ages 13-18) and child protection training for teachers. 

Menstrual Hygiene Management

Menstrual hygiene affects female students physical, mental, and social well-being.

The PADs project provides health education and sanitary products to school girls. Our goal is to ensure that no girl misses a day of school due to menstrual hygiene issues. 

Back to School Distributions

Creating a more positive and focused learning environment.

At the beginning of each term, we provide essential supplies to our students. Learning essentials are available to children, and teaching
aids are accessible to teachers. At the start of each school term, students are also provided with tailored uniforms and shoes.

Infrastructure Development

Improved infrastructure leads to better access to education and increased learning opportunities.

We invest in the construction, upgrading and improvement of learning infrastructure as part of our education interventions.