Back In School

Cambodia youth educationPhoto by World Education Cambodia.

World Education’s Basic Non-Formal Education (BNFE) classes are run in Prey Veng Province as part of our Youth on the Move project, which helps to keep vulnerable youth in school. Chenda, Sophy, Sophal and Rithy had dropped out of formal school, but after attending BNFE classes they were able to catch up and return to their usual schooling, as well as continue their BNFE classes.

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Chutes and Ladders

Photo by World Education.

Sihilengeni Primary School-student on a slide in Zimbabwe.

Despite a national policy that provides free and universal primary education for all students, under-funding and vandalism has forced schools to request a small fee from students. Children First works through partners to provide block grants to get orphans and vulnerable children back into schools and provide alternative learning opportunities.

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Brown Eyes

Photo by World Education staff.

Vulnerable children in Tanzania.

More than half of the total population of Tanzania is under the age of 18; 2 million of those are classified as most vulnerable children. The Pamoja Tuwalee project is improving the services available to boys like these.

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