Our aim is to Build and improve the quality of inclusive primary education for all girls and boys for core class subjects in rural areas
We believe that education is the key to tackling unemployment and fight against poverty . Our organisation works with rural communities by providing them with Coaching, training, workshop and business Skills.
providing entrepreneurial skills to the youth and the young adult winch the need to generate income for their livelihood
Providing a relevant education - that bridges the gap between school and work - means students leave school ready to get a good job or set up their own business, and reach their full potential in life
School enrollment for the disabled is estimated at no more that 5-10 percent.
For many begging becomes a sole means of survival.
Every day in Africa, many people are disabled by malnutrition and disease, environmental hazards, natural disasters, traffic and industrial accidents, civil conflict and war
Disabled people are estimated at 10 percent of the general African population, but possibly as high as 20 percent in the poorer regions.
The vast majority of Africans with disabilities are excluded from schools and opportunities to work, virtually guaranteeing that they will live out their lives as the poorest of the poor.
According to Rehabilitation International, it is estimated that 350-500 people worldwide become amputees each day due to landmines that they encounter while walking, farming, or playing.
The number of people living with disability in Africa is increasing.
Factors that contribute to the growing number in Africa include:
Injuries at home, work and on the roads