Our commitment to education extends to the earliest stages of development, emphasizing Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) as the foundation for learning. We believe that providing quality, inclusive learning opportunities for children—starting from their formative years—is paramount in shaping healthier, more empowered communities resilient to the impacts of climate change.
Our approach also revolves around a level-based learning system for primary school learners, centred on the acquisition of essential literacy and numeracy skills. This method ensures that individuals progress steadily, mastering foundational skills before advancing further. By nurturing these fundamental abilities, we empower learners to build a strong educational base, equipping them to navigate challenges posed by climate change while uplifting their socio-economic standing. We strive to cultivate a culture of lifelong learning, where every individual, regardless of age, has the chance to acquire knowledge and skills essential for their personal growth and community advancement
Reading clubs & remedial classes, Literacy, and Numeracy
Sex education & menstrual hygiene (addressing teen pregnancy & challenges)
Early Childhood Development Education
Teen mums return to school