Current projects

Students for Children awards both long-term and short-term projects. We would like to emphasize that we will only award projects which are sustainable. An overview of our current projects is presented below:

Kenya

Since 2009 is Students for Children supporting a group disadvantaged children from a former leper colony, located in the South East of Kenya. At the moment, these children receive education on a regular basis at the local elementary school Msingi Bora Academy.

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India (Pushkar)

The Sona Pushkar project focusses on underprivileged families in the Indian city Pushkar. Hundreds of families live in homemade tents and need to survive without income and education. When Jaira was traveling through India and noticed the abominable conditions these people live in, she wanted to help them.

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India (Varanasi)

Since September 2017 Students for Children finances the tuition fees, uniforms and other school materials for a group of children from the slum Nagwa in Varanasi (India). Students for Children works together with the local partner foundation Duniya.

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Uganda

By means of this project, Students for Children supports 20 children by financing school materials, such as books, notebooks, and writing utensil. The children follow their classes at the Kabukye Senior Secondary School.

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South-Africa

This project enables 75 underprivileged children from Johannesburg to go to primary school every day. Students for Children sponsors their uniforms and shoes, which are both required to wear in primary schools in South-Africa.

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Uganda (RONHAI)

This project enables 75 teenage boys to be educated to become professional carpenters. They get lessons in carpentry, manufacturing furniture, and metal- and woodworking.

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Honduras

This project is addressed to organise two libraries in primary schools in Honduras. This will support the children who were already going to school, but who did not have access to enhance their knowledge and improve their reading skills by means of books.

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Congo

Students for Children helps 300 children by means of funding the construction of a primary school. This school was destroyed during the war in DRC.

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