We run diverse projects in Uganda, Zambia and South Sudan which reflect our ability to react to the needs of communities and the varied challenges they face. We have worked for almost a decade to drastically improve school infrastructure, with an increased emphasis now on improving the quality of education and ensuring equal access for girls. The end goal of our wide-ranging projects is simple: improve equal access to quality education to give more children a brighter future.

Our work in Uganda, Zambia and South Sudan differs, with a larger team in Uganda currently. In all three countries we establish long term relationships with schools and teaching colleges, to support teacher training and school development plans to boost teacher attendance and community engagement.  We also continue to provide ongoing infrastructure support, along with provision of teaching and learning resources. We aim to improve girls’ access by supporting more female teachers through training and building girls’ washrooms and latrines to reduce dropouts. Find out more our Uganda programmes and Zambia programmes.