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!
A scholarship recipient makes a speech at the Ambassador Girls’ Scholarship Program launch in Sierra Leone. AGSP provided more than 188,000 scholarships to cover educational costs for 73,000 girls and boys.
A secondary school girl in Kidal, Mali, at the close of the 2008 school year. Our Batonga Girls’ Education Program education packages covered school fees, uniforms, and school supplies; after-school tutorials ; and mentor programs.
World Education managed the program in 13 West African countries in collaboration with local NGOs. AGSP provided more than 188,000 scholarships to cover educational costs for 73,000 girls and boys who are economically disadvantaged, disabled, orphaned, and/or affected by HIV and AIDS.