Funded by UNICEF and launched in 2019, the project “Supporting Vulnerable Girls and Boys to Access and Remain in Education in Lebanon” gives children access to education and guarantees their right to literacy.
Led by the World Food Program (WFP), the “Integrated School Feeding and Literacy Program” is supporting children who are struggling with reading offering catch-up sessions
In recent years, projects focused on the protection of the environment related to socio-economic development and rights protection have grown exponentially. NGOs like AVSI are applying an integrated approach, combining long-term new financial strategies and innovative narratives.
AVSI Foundation receives $700K grant from Education Cannot Wait (ECW) to rebuild and reopen 22 elementary schools, train teachers, create 22 community centers and distribute schools kits.
Bangio Ali, Education Officer with AVSI Kenya, shared her testimonial in the collective brainstorm “Educating Girls”, Organized by leading think-thank Friends of Europe.
AVSI, funded by “Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children” through UNICEF, works for violence-free childhoods in Kyangwali and Omugo refugee settlements
Thanks to projects such as Imarisha Jamii, AVSI Kenya has been helping refugees like Fifi to enhance their social and economic resilience
EWTN BROADCASTED A SPECIAL ON THE PROJECT THAT PROMOTES ENROLMENT AND THE CREATION OF A SUITABLE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT FOR REFUGEES AND VULNERABLE CHILDREN
Led by the World Food Program (WFP), the “Integrated Support for Sustainable School Canteens and Early Grade Reading” program will contribute to the sustainability of school canteens in 613 schools in seven regions in the next five years