As an organisation, WCC supports research on child poverty and education in Africa. Intuitively, the main means of escaping poverty is education, taken in its broadest sense (formal and informal schooling, skills training and knowledge acquisition). WCC aims to give the children and young people in Sierra Leone a health service fit for the 21st century. This exists partly as an advisory service with plans to improve the capability in the near future.
A decade of civil war,EBOLA, and mudslide destroyed much of Sierra Leone's infrastructure and education system. In 2014, at the request of community leaders, WCC hired out space in a community hall and employed several local volunteer graduates as teachers. WCC began to offer Primary and Secondary school education to 50 forgotten and abandoned local children who were orphaned and left destitute .
Increase in primary school enrolments and reduction in the number of school drop outs to improve educational attainment in core subjects. Construct a new school building containing classrooms, a kitchen, toilet facilities and bathrooms using locally sourced sand, cement and workers. Provide primary education to 2,000 orphans and homeless children aged 3-14 years old. Equip the school with educational resources such as books and stationary as well as tables, chairs and a blackboard to a
Long-term impact will be achieved by engagement and empowerment tools such as drama, sport and play activities so children and young people are kept focused. We also will ensure that wider education is implemented to mass community of the town to show the importance of education for children and young people to help develop their own prospects and to accelerate the growth and development of a self-contained community.