Educational projects
Students for Children supports education projects all over the world and our fundamental principles are that a for a project to be a success it must contribute to at least one of the following

  1. Continuous Improvement in the quality of education;
  2. Increase of the number of children attending schools across the region;
  3. The development of vocational skills alongside theory and principle.

Another key factor to success is the local populations acknowledgement with regards to the necessity of a project. Active participation of locals during the implementation of a project is key to success because the project will also benefits the local population. Students for Children always collaborates closely with local partners and this is a key measurement of our success. Our partners generate feedback by sending information on the success of the project for the area, photos and other material that we use as lessons learnt material so we can constantly improve and take these lessons on to the next project.

We are always on the search for new projects to support and would love to know your ideas or thoughts on an education project that a financial contribution would make a big difference to? Do not hesitate to let us know as we’re always listening and please feel free to send us a project proposal or just a small email outlining your ideas!

Kenia

Kenia

In 2009 Students for Children started supporting a group of children from a former leper colony.
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Uganda

Uganda

Students for Children sponsors the production of reusable sanitary napkins which will be hand out to girls on several schools in the Buikwe disctrict in Uganda. Besides, all children get education about the menstrual cycle.
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India

India

With this project Students for Children ensures that 15 Indian children can go to secondary school for a year.

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South Africa

South Africa

Students for Children support a project which gives destitute children from
Johannesburg access to primary school by sponsoring their uniforms and shoes. These items are indispensable in order to be accepted at a South African school.

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India

India

Students for Children has contributed to the interior of a newly built class
room. This will allow children to go to school for the first time in their lives.

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Bolivia

Bolivia

Students for Children sponsors the construction of four greenhouses and an additional curriculum for four primary schools in the Northern Potosí region in Bolivia.

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New project?

New project?

We often search new projects to support. Do you know an education project to which a financial contribution would make a big difference? Let us know or send us a project proposal!

Propose a project!
Finished
Students for Children is active since 2006. In the past we supported many other educational projects. Curious what these projects are? Have a look at our finished projects list.
Finished