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Every child should be able to receive a good education.  Sadly, many parents in the developing world cannot afford the school fees, uniform or materials.

As little as £5 can make a difference.

girl carrying school materials


Many parents cannot afford to provide the materials a child needs to attend school. Unbelievably the cost of these items is just £15 per year.

A school uniform gives a sense of belonging and pride to a child in need, just £10 bestows this blessing and helps a child feel valued.

Your support would give hope for a  better future to a child living in poverty.


It's dark by 7pm each night in Rwanda & Uganda and few are fortunate enough to have electricity. Imagine trying to do your homework by candlelight. Candles and kerosene lamps are expensive and bad for the health.

A Solar Lamp costs just £10, is free to run using renewable energy from the sun, and benefits the entire family.

Will you shine a light in a home?

girl doing homework by solar lamp
teenage boys building a wall


Not every student is academically minded, but practical skills are valuable too. Unfortunately in Africa, as elsewhere, vocational training is often considered of lesser importance.

Vocational training centres are poorly funded and the students are often those in most need.

Providing the equipment to teach skills which will provide a career for the less academically minded is vital in the fight against poverty.


Academic pathways are not always right for everyone.  Learning a trade can often be a better way of finding employment or starting a business.

The local pastor identifies the neediest individuals and this often happens to be teenage mums who have been rejected by their families and local community but who find love and acceptance in Jesus, following repentence.  You can find out more about how the Lord has been working in their lives below.

Will you give a young person hope of a better life?

group of teenage girls laughing on stairs

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