A Burmese student smiles in his migrant school classroom. On the Thai-Burma border, World Education develops curricula and teacher trainings to ensure that migrant children do not fall behind with their education.
Photo by World Education staff
Part of World Education’s Egypt Education Reform Project included providing scholarships so that more girls were able to attend school. Here, girls and their teachers pose outside a school, demonstrating that knowledge isn’t only power – it’s also happiness!
Photo by NCTN staff
A student volunteers to answer a question during College for a Day, an NCTN program where adult learners visit a local college to learn about furthering their educations.
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Photo by Anne Gildea.
Kelly Bwint, World Education’s community liason, regularly visits communities to encourage them to take more of a role in their children’s schooling, either through PTA groups or in other informal ways like giving food for teachers or money/labor for school upkeep.
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These two Nigerian women took part in LEAP training. LEAP, or the Literacy Education Assistance Program, aimed to improve education and increase literacy rates in the country.
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Photo by Paul Wagner
These primary school students in Laos are reading a picture book detailing the dangers of unexploded bombs. Thousands of unexploded bombs from the Vietnam War still exist in the area, and it is thought that almost half of those injured by these bombs are children.
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Students at an outdoor classroom in Prey Veng, Cambodia as part of the Youth on the Move program.
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