managed by Jonathan M.
Education, Local help, Development cooperation , Children & youth
Education, Local help, Children & youth
Education, Local help, Children & youth, Health
The project ‘’Bring ‘out-of-school’ children to school’’ is underway promoting education to less privileged children and orhans. It looks to make education accessible by giving teaching services and basic space to allow learning/teaching to take place.
The population of children in the surrounding area grew significantly in 2016- 2017. This has led to higher imbalance in three areas:- teacher to student ratio, student to classrooms ratio and stationary to students ratio. By bringing out-of-school children to school, we hope to reduce involuntary marriages, illiteracy prevalence, child prostitution, drug abuse, early marriages/pregnancies, joblessness and social crimes down by 60% by 2023 and make communities self sustainable and sufficient by 2030. Between January-March 2018 we have lost 42 students into streets due to lack of enough work force /staff, basic learning space and stationary in 2015-2017 that is why we need volunteers/interns helping hands! We need to bring balance and stop.
The Joyland Prime Academy is primary school with over 500 students. We currently need to build classrooms to control diseases, breathing complication, congestion and heat.
This is possible by building spacious classrooms