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From empowering people through literacy and livelihoods training to developing interventions that help vulnerable youth and adults continue their education and live healthier lives, 2017 was a year full of progress across World Education’s programs.
After graduating from World Education’s Bantwana Initiative work readiness program, Rumbi decided to pay it forward, full time.
Beatrice is a para-social worker in Uganda. It used to take her 2 hours to walk to visit vulnerable children’s homes. Now, she’s like a superhero on a bike, visiting up to five households per day.
It’s September and around the world, children are heading back to school. Yet in the developing world girls are often denied opportunities for education, due to barriers like danger and harassment from walking to and from school, teacher attendance, child marriage, early pregnancy, sanitation facilities, and restrictive cultural norms. World Education understands that women and […]