Education is key

Education = Development

Education = Development

Education, like other forms of investment in human capital, can contribute to economic development and raise the incomes of the poor just as much as investment in physical capital, such as transport, communications, power, or irrigation (G Psacharopoulos & M Woodhall 1993).

Education = Environmental Stability 

Advance long term environmental sustainability by promoting concern, awareness and new attitudes


Education = Gender Equality

Due to financial constraints and low earnings, girls unlike boys are likely to drop out of school.


Failing to educate girls to the same level as boys could result to huge economic loss.

According to world bank educational opportunities for girls and barriers to completing 12 years of education cost countries between $15 trillion and $30 trillion dollars in lost lifetime productivity and earnings. Primary education is not enough. Across many indicators, benefits from primary education only are limited

Education = Health

Households in developing countries often lack information on the returns to investing in preventative behaviour and that their health behaviour is responsive to information (Will O’ Donnell}

Our first aid training for teachers

Will help in saving the lives of their students and their communities