For a mother, Sabium, and her daughter, Khusabu, a second chance at education means a brighter future for the whole family.
After graduating from World Education’s Bantwana Initiative work readiness program, Rumbi decided to pay it forward, full time.
Nepal’s brick industry employs an estimated 29,000 children working in hazardous conditions where dust and smoke permanently damage lungs and carrying excessive loads of bricks in searing heat damages their bodies for life. World Education Nepal’s Building Better Futures project educates brick workers, expands livelihood options, and provides access to financial services to break the cycle of exploitative labor.
Around the world, women and girls are held back every day—absent from school, married too early, and trapped in poverty—because of their gender. Going to (and staying in) school helps them overcome such circumstances.
When girls and women are empowered through education, they have the knowledge and skills to advocate for themselves and live healthier and more fulfilled lives. Here are 10 examples of how World Education empowers girls and women through education in communities worldwide.
World Education is working to increase the quality and quantity of reading instruction for children in grades 1-3 in Mozambique.
World Education is building the capacity of the local government and organizations to provide sustainable education solutions along the Thailand-Myanmar border, in seven refugee camps as well as four states in Myanmar.
Learn more about World Education’s approach to teaching kids how to protect themselves from exploitation and migrate effectively and successfully out of Cambodia for work.
A look at World Education’s youth empowerment and anti-trafficking work in Cambodia, implementing technology, life skills, and leadership training to educate youth.
World Education’s innovative, holistic approach to early grade reading is transforming literacy education and results for students in Cambodia.