Education

ACCESS TO EDUCATION

Education is a key factor to transforming lives especially the lives of girls and women by taking them out of poverty and empowering them to respond to contemporary global challenges and achieve gender equality.  Improving girls’ educational levels has been confirmed to have significant impacts on the health and economic future of young women, which in turn creates greater prospects for their entire community.

“If you educate a man, you educate one person. If you educate a woman, you educate a nation”.

Yet many developing countries where programmes have focused on getting more girls to go to school. By completing secondary school education, a woman’s income can increase by as much as 25% a year. An educated woman is better placed to educate her own children who, in turn, will be more likely to receive even higher education qualification themselves. This cycle increases the family’s prospects of becoming healthier, with a lower occurrence of infant mortality and better maternal nutrition.

Rescue Mission

are working to ensure that very child has the right to an education – no matter their background, gender or ethnicity We’re working with governments and local institutions and educators in over 100 countries to provide education to children especially girls.

HOW ARE WE DOING THIS?

Rescue Mission

are focused on removing barriers to education. We identify countries and communities where access to education by children and young people are the lowest and implementing projects that address specific needs.

Build A Safe School Project

The Story of Girls’ Education Project

In Haiti, Burkina Faso and Mozambique

Around the world, especially in poor Africa, Asia and Latin American countries and in the UK, poor school buildings are damaging pupils’ health and education. There are several reported cases in Nigeria, Kenya, Cambodia and other countries where school buildings have collapse on and kill several school children.

Our ‘Build A Safe School Project’ in Haiti, Burkina Faso and Mozambique is helping many girls and young women to attend school because of toilet facilities, supply of free bikes and free sanitary products are available to all children and teachers.

Rescue Mission

aim to see as many children especially girls to go to school regularly, timely and safely as well as supporting them at home too. Over the past year, we have seen over 25,000 girls in deprived communities in Ghana, Malawi and Nigeria attending school.

We’re replacing many dilapidated school buildings with modern school building for hundreds of thousands of school children in the poorest communities of the world.

Supporting A Volunteer Teacher

The Story of Overseas Teachers

In Ghana, Ethiopia, Nigeria & Sri Lanka

For many children in many parts of Africa, Asia and Latin America, access to good education is non-existent due to lack of teachers. However, many volunteer teachers are making great impacts on children, young people and adults.

In Ghana, many of our volunteer teachers are supporting poor schools in deprived communities by helping to teach literacy skills such as spelling, writing and basic number skills to 6-18 year olds. Our volunteers come from different backgrounds. No experience required, free training will be offered. Teaching is relaxed and friendly.

In Ethiopia, our volunteers are making a difference in the lives of children by by assisting a small group of younger children teaching very simple arithmetic and spelling. They are helping young women to re-start school and passing the National Examinations and able to attend further education.

Rescue Mission

work in Sri Lanka has seen over 15,000 children of which there are 10,ooo girls and young women attending school for the first time. Our volunteer teachers are teaching them basic literacy and numeracy skills together with business and trade skills.

Education Resources for You Project

The Story of Young People in

Malawi, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Uganda and India

In many schools, in developing countries, basic resources such as chalk, markers, pencils, pens, exercise books, textbooks, mathematical sets and school uniforms are non-existent. As a result, many children and young people are not able to attend schools and even if they did, there will be no teaching and learning.

Rescue Mission

are providing education resources to many children especially books, school bags and basic equipment to enable them enroll in school.

In Ghana, many of our volunteOver 120 school in Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Mexico, Uganda and India have been provided with over 25,000 Textboxes to meet national curriculum standards and many children especially girls have excelled in their education.

Our ‘Education Resources for You Project’ is improving the local quality of education in local nursery and primary school, by providing subsidised education for more than 35,000 children between 2 and 18 years old.

Your donation will help provide basic resources to children to go to school without any interruption and already providing better life chances to many children

The Clever Digital Scholarship Project

The ‘Computer and Technology Development’ Project

In Ghana, Nigeria, Gambia, Sri Lanka and Senegal


The education system in many developing countries still fails to keep up with the computerized and technological approach in the developing. Less than 5% of universities in African have access to computers, tablets and interactive whiteboards on daily basis.

In Ghana, many of our volunteOver 120 school in Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Mexico, Uganda and India have been provided with over 25,000 Textboxes to meet national curriculum standards and many children especially girls have excelled in their education.

Rescue Mission

are providing many primary and secondary schools with computers, tablets, mobile phones and interactive whiteborads and our volunteers are training, coaching and supporting pupils/students and teachers to use these resources to develop their potential to be competitive in the digital age.

Your donation of digital equipment of any kind goes a long way to support many teachers, lecturers, students and pupils to become computer literate, and learn how to apply their knowledge in the world of works. Our Digital Scholarship is providing opportunities and increasing their chances for employment and eradicating poverty.

The Educational Advocacy Project

Education – A Necessity, Not a Privilege

Project in 8 Developing Countries

Our vision is a world where every person has a voice and access to education as a necessity and not a privilege. Our Educational Advocacy Campaign in the 10 worst countries is petitioning and lobbying government to promote girls’ education.

Rescue Mission

are working with campaigners to urge action in Sudan to grant access to education for the 73% of girls in South Sudan who are missing out on school. The Advocacy Project is helping us to work with national and local governments to provide schools and education resources in marginalised communities the 10 worst countries: South Sudan, Central African Republic, Niger, Mali, Guinea, Burkina Faso, Liberia and Ethiopia

Your donation and involvement help us to speak up, for the many young girls who have been denied education and faced with stigma, isolation and inequality which are barriers to their existence and progress in life.

Our volunteers and workers are advocating and lobbying local and national governments to implement programmes to support the education of all children especially girls. We are making significant impact in some countries but there is more work to be done in other countries.

Your donations are making significant impact. We need your continual support and involvement to provide relevant education services to women and girls of reproductive age. Let’s to do it today because tomorrow may be too late.

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