A world heritage of profound methods for establishing inner peace and social harmony, Tibetan Buddhist culture is endangered. The free of charge website http://studybuddhism.com contains a vast array of written and audio teachings true to traditional Tibetan values, yet instructive and inspiring to our modern minds and contemporary lives. Accessible to the blind and the deaf, translated into multiple languages, this website serves as a 21st century portal to the ageless wisdom of Tibet.
India is home to 4.1 million out of school girls. It is a fact that sending girls to school brings social & economic benefits to our society.Educate Girls works towards enrolling the rural,marginalised girls back in school,ensuring quality education & transforming the community mindset towards girls' education.Your donation will be matched & supported by one of our funders to enrol girls in schools.When you support us,you help girls enter the schooling system.
We are sending girls from the impoverished townships of South Africa to University. These incredible young women will graduate empowered to uplift their own families, solve their own community's problems, and serve as role models to everyone around them.
The Uni Genius programme will support 80 Black African and Caribbean students (boys and girls) in The UK from state schools to excel in their A-Levels and significantly increase their chances of succeeding in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) careers for 2 years.
In Colombia 27% of the population lives in poverty. 44% of people earn 1 or less minimum wages, whilst 75% earn 2 or less. Yet, college graduates earn at least 3 minimum wages just as they finish school, and eventually end up earning up to 100X. So, college education is the best way for a person to get out of poverty. Yet, only 38% of students have access to higher education. 62% of families can't afford college. The Daniel Rojas Mora Foundation is looking for US$50.000 to help 16 bright student
SODEIT plans to educate 5000 kids and equip 6 community/makeshift schools in Cameroon with classroom supplies and school infrastructures. This project will equip kids and schools with chalkboards, chairs, desks, books, pens, computers, science learning supplies, classroom furniture, nutritional health and help with sports infrastructure and supplies. The project will also support teachers' development with basic ICT skills, and supplies for a balance school environment
This is a capital project that will enable us attain our vision: To be the premier resource centre for developing dynamic, innovative and principled leaders who will drive Africa's realization of its full potential. LEAP Institute will be a high-tech environment with top-notch training programmes on topical themes such as leadership, ethics, entrepreneurship and social development to enhance the leadership and management capacities of young people, trainers, educators and other professionals.
DID YOU KNOW that deaf children make up an illiterate and excluded population? In Argentina, Spanish is their second language, but there are no materials for them to learn how to to read and write. To prevent school desertion and to match their opportunities to access culture, we will elaborate a textbook for deaf children to become literate. Literacy is a gateway to the world.