£5 a month could support a nursery child like Flavia at one of the jumpstart! nurseries.
Flavia is in the last year of nursery at Wil Lacic nursery in northern Uganda, along with her brother Alfred.
£10 a month could support a girl through our girls’ education project.
Meet Susan. Susan, like many girls attending rural schools in Uganda and Zambia she found she needed to skip school to manage her periods.
£35 a month could support a community school teacher through teacher training.
Sajida is one of twenty young teachers enrolled on a teacher training programme in Zambia.
£25 could help children learn to read and write.
A chronic shortage of textbooks, teaching and learning materials, has a huge impact on literacy levels.
£50 could provide a desk and chair for a child.
Many children are forced to sit on dirty floors, which are far from ideal conditions for learning.
£100 could set up a savings and loan scheme for 20-30 parents.
Village Savings and Loans Schemes are a vital part of the School Garden Demonstration Project.