We believe every child has the right to receive an education. It is key to building an independent, successful life and a chance to escape poverty.

Education gives children an opportunity to find their strengths and empowers them to pursue careers and provide for themselves and their future families.

Providing the future they deserve

Education and economic empowerment open the door to self-sufficiency and help young people to become productive, contributing members of their communities.

Building resilience, self-confidence, and self-worth help youth develop mechanisms for protection against life's ups and downs. In addition, education and economic empowerment open the door to self-sufficiency and help young people to become productive, contributing members of their communities.


Education is the key to a better society, better country, a better world

The majority of abandoned children don’t have the opportunity to receive an education. Lack of education increases the likelihood of involvement in drugs, gangs, and other risky behaviors. It’s easy to see how an absence of schooling spirals into a cycle of poverty.


Renewable scholarships to attend vocational school, college or other higher education institutions.


Offering tutoring for children who may be falling behind. Our tutoring sessions are conducted in groups with objectives that align to the national curriculum of each country. 

Computer Courses

Promoting digital literacy that prepares children and youth for the workforce and secondary education.

Income generating activities

Introduce children to a variety of handicraft and involve them in small business projects.  This gives them confidence to learn new skills..


Youth empowerment for a better society

Young people are the backbone of society. Their participation in all aspects of society is very important.

That’s why it’s crucial to empower them through Games, Sports & Art—involving them in Youth councils and local community youth reporters and with the tools, they need to create lasting change in their life and the confidence to lead them to a better future.

Our goal is to help them become productive and responsible adults that contribute back to their community

Games &


Sports brings people together – allowing them to meet each other across boundaries, share a common love for the game, compete on equal terms, follow the same rules and respect differences even in competition, it teaches the young to be respectful and compassionate while they build self awareness and problem solving skills.

Digital & Traditional Art

Exposure to the Arts can help children develop many positive skills and capacities valued by leaders and employers, such as persistence, collaboration, creative thinking, problem-solving, motivation, and problem-solving. In addition, studies demonstrate that Arts exposure can improve a teenager’s confidence and academic performance.



Youth councils give young people a meaningful role in the policy and decision-making; they will learn how to manage funds and spearhead projects like clean-up initiatives; and they will find their voice through organizing, advocacy, and community leadership.

Community Journalism

Teaching the young to be empathetic and to listen to others, to understand how to communicate, to be ethical in their actions, to consider both sides of an argument, to adapt to the changing world around them, and to view it through a different lens.



Giving them the confidence and job skills to contribute to their economy is essential to helping youth vision a future where change is possible. 

Our employment initiatives grow as youth become more involved in their communities and employers see the positive impact of our programs. Employment prep courses place the youth in our programs on track to break the cycle of poverty for themselves and their families. 


Mentoring youth with responsible, caring “mentors” . Has been found to be an important support for youth as they transition to adulthood and the workforce.  Mentoring provides opportunities for youth to develop emotional bonds with mentors who have more life experience and can provide support, guidance, and opportunities to help them succeed in life and meet their goals.


Our apprenticeship programs grew out of the school-to-work movement and offer youth classroom instruction combined with structured on-the-job training with a mentor. The training is split between academic courses and vocational training, while the on-the-job portion provides opportunities for practice in and understanding of work-based contexts for classroom instruction.


Internships, both paid and unpaid, provide youth with short-term, practical experiences to learn about careers, develop networks, and experience the workplace.

Entrepreneurship Skills Training

Introduction Entrepreneurial skills are are essential for designing, launching, and running a new business, often initially a small business. Entrepreneurship is an individual’s ability to turn ideas into action. It includes creativity, innovation, risk-taking, and the ability to plan and manage projects.