Overall, our work benefited over 14,000 people in impoverished communities across Africa.
We trained 1,232 frontline workers including 292 teachers and 78 Learning Support Assistants who provide inclusive education to the most excluded children.
In Ghana and Kenya we reached over 1,000 street children to give them the chance to be in a safe, caring environment and access essential inclusive education.
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, we educated 2,650 children, 800 adults and 300 public transport users on what they can do to keep safe from the Ebola virus.
Rebuilding young lives
Rosine and Eugene: A heart of gold against all odds
In 2010, a local tailor was returning to her village from town when she came across a baby boy, left abandoned because of his disability.
But after taking him in, Rosine struggled to care for Eugene and she didn’t know that Eugene had cerebral palsy.
Bosco: A life changed by conflict
Bosco lost both of his parents in the civil war. Now he’s trying to rebuild his life.
Locked up at the age of 12
Brenda was caught stealing to survive, and locked up in prison with one meal a day.