Fly The Phoenix

Fly the Phoenix believes that education, as well as daily food, are basic human rights. In order to combat the imbalances of these rights, we are creating sustainable, 25-year cycle, educational community programs. These are funded by our local income-initiatives, challenges and international donations through our registered charity, Fly The Phoenix.
Mar 12, 2012

Charity Challenge for free education in Guatemala

Fruit for the children in Guatemala
Fruit for the children in Guatemala

On 19th to 21st March, 15 challengers will be biking, hiking and kayaking around Lake Atitlán to raise money for our projects in Guatemala.

Recent reports showed that only an astounding 38% of children finish primary school in Guatemala. Our projects, which provides free education for over 600 children and support for further education can help these communities become more educated. 

These charity challenges help to raise awareness as well as funds for the projects. This particular challenge will put funds towards food and fruit programs. Food is invaluable for these children who will be much better equipped to concentrate in class without being hungry.   

Mar 9, 2012

Charity Challenge for Sustainable Education in Nicaragua

Kids in Nicaragua
Kids in Nicaragua

This March the team in Estelí will be heading out on a Charity Challenge to raise awareness and funds for our two schools in the small communities of La Thompson and Chirizan, outside Estelí. These two communities is where we built schools, for children without access to a formal education could come and receive classes. 

With numbers of children constantly rising to receive first time education, funds for our food and fruit programs are so vital. The money raised in this challenge will go towards more food for the increasing number of children in the schools. Happy tummies equals happy education.    

Mar 9, 2012

Plan Moo successfully creates sustainability in Ecuador

Plan Moo - sustainable education
Plan Moo - sustainable education

For the past few years, we have trialled 'Plan Moo' a sustainability project. Whereby a child going into secondary school receives a milking-cow. 

Milking cows are an excellent investment and a stable form of income. As milk is a staple part of most peoples diets as well as the health benefits of milk in the community. The proceeds of the sale of milk covers secondary school fee's and costs for the students. 

Delightfully, It has been a huge success and the hopes of purchasing more cows, costing around $800 each, can create a herd that can benefit other areas in the community, like food programs and local teacher salaries. 

We plan to increase the herd in the future, depending on funds.    

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