Daniel is currently pursuing a degree in Economics and Statistics at Zetech University in Kenya. Something he wouldn’t have been able to do without the help of the partnership between Daylove Children’s Project and the Hand in Hand community.
We believe that all children should be allowed to break out of poverty and thrive through the opportunity of an education.
There are two ways we turn this belief into a reality:
- Helping schools directly: with running costs (e.g. teachers' salaries, overheads), with the improvement of facilities, empowering governing boards etc and/or
- Covering the full cost of students' educational needs: school fees, uniform, school supplies, school meals etc.
Did you know that…?
- 'Despite progress over the last decade, 67 million children worldwide, of whom approximately 53% are girls, do not have access to basic education…' (2017, Habitat for Humanity).
- When you support Hand in Hand, you are helping to meet UN sustainable development goal #4 - to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.
- In 2019 the HiH community are supporting 2304* young people in education, from pre-primary to university age.
- Hand in Hand support has helped to fund 35 secondary school classrooms and 15 classroom refurbishments.