Photo Gallery « back to albumYour Donations at Work The beneficiaries of Sunrise Initiative for the academic year, who will be provided didactic materials and have their school fees paid for (Cameroon).A computer and printer are donated to the Rural School (Ghana).Packaged in the boxes are books and chalk to be used in class (Uganda).Training of Rural Women in Uganda's primary school. This program aims at contributing to the development of youth and children by training them to be self-reliant through increased access to basic education and vocational skills (Uganda).With gratitude, the children display their donated books (Uganda).Pupils working together to transport boxes filled with school books (Uganda).The former President of the United Republic of Tanzania participates in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the opening of the Mango Tree Library in Kyela (Tanzania).Books donated to The Mango Tree Library (Tanzania).The Former President of the United Republic of Tanzania, browses the Mango Tree Library in Kyela on its opening day (Tanzania).Didactic materials given to beneficiaries for the participating academic year (Cameroon).One of the pupils is presented with didactic supplies (Cameroon).With gratitude, a child reaches for his new school supplies (Cameroon).A young male pupil receiving his new school supplies provided by Sun Rise Initiative (SRI) (Cameroon).The beneficiaries of Sunrise Initiative for the academic year, who will be provided didactic materials and have their school fees paid for (Cameroon).Save the Poor International presenting PET wheelchair, crutches and sewing machine to two disable individuals (Ghana).Samuel, pictured in the middle, presenting jerseys to Atwea Primary and Junior High School (Ghana).Young female pupils pose for the camera in their school uniform (Nigeria)A young girl in her new clothes for school (Nigeria).Christmas with Save Our Needy (Nigeria).Children enjoying their newly donated school supplies. Children living in poverty avoid school because they lack school supplies like schoolbags and writing materials (Nigeria).Donated goods given to children in need on Happy Day (Nigeria).Children full of smiles and gratitude as they received their free schoolbags and writing materials. It was indeed a memorable day (Nigeria).Save Our Needy (SON) is dedicated to the development of education in Africa. SON supports girl-child enrollment into schools. Since its launch in 2011, more than 1500 disadvantaged children have benefitted from their initiative (Nigeria).Vanguard Learning, Newspaper clipping. "Save Our Needy, a non-governmental organization, distributing bags to pupils of St. Michael's Nursery and Primary School I & II and Alaworo Nusery and Primary School, Ojo-Okokomaiko during their maiden edition of helping students" (Nigeria).Some children are forced to carry their books in paper bags and nylon sachet bags which get torn sometimes before they even get to school due to bad weather such as rainfall (Nigeria).To commemorate Children's Day in Nigeria in 2015, Save Our Needy donated schoolbags and writing materials to 500 disadvantaged children, particularly girls from St. Michael's Nursery and Primary Schools 1 & 2, and Alaworo Nursery and Primary School, Ojo-Okokomaiko community of Lagos State, Nigeria (Nigeria).The "One Child, One Schoolbag" project was initiated to encourage children, particularly girls from impoverished homes, to attend school in more favorable conditions (Nigeria).Young pupils hold up exercise books donated to them by Anike Foundation (Tanzania).Boxes of school supplies donated to Shalom Center by Anike Foundation (Tanzania).Anike Foundation Vocational Training Center sign (Tanzania).The children in the community often come from poor families, unable to afford books. The Shalom Centre (SC) library is a heaven sent to these children (Tanzania).Shalom Center (SC) works to protect and empower vulnerable children, including orphans, street children, school dropout, sex workers, children forced into marriage, children living with disability and children in forced labor to lead meaningful lives (Tanzania).Shalom Center (SC) is a Non Profit, Non -governmental Organization that is actively engaged in addressing the problem of children and youth in crisis. Shalom center works to break cycles of violence, hatred and despair by providing psycho-social, emotional, educational, and economical support to survivors of conflict, especially of poverty (Tanzania).Shalom center exists to protect and empower vulnerable children and youth against all forms of abuse. Through community awareness creation, education and economic empowerment, they thrive and lead productive lives (Tanzania).Children engaged in books. The community around Shalom center library is mainly occupied by a pastoral community who are poor and marginalized (Tanzania).Young Joseph receives donated shoes and a rain jacket (Liberia).Joseph is just one of the many children receiving aid from Students Aid (SA) (Liberia).The parents of the pupils also attended the presentation that day (Nigeria).Holding onto each other’s shoulders, young pupils patiently wait for their new books (Nigeria).The book donations program provided at least five (5) exercise books to each pupil/student in the school (Nigeria).Senyange Semion, school headmaster, shaking hands with a school teacher of Maanyi Parents’ Primary School (Uganda).Pupils of Maanyi Parents’ Primary School (Uganda).Beneficiaries of Mtende Homecraft Foundation receiving food support (Malawi).Vulnerable families receiving donated food and supplies from Mtende Homecraft Foundation (Malawi).Mtende Homecraft Foundation works in partnership with vulnerable communities to overcome poverty, illiteracy and hunger, as well as promote health among rural communities. Feeding Programs provides food for those who cannot feed themselves (Malawi).Educations volunteers with young orphans (Malawi).Maranatha Foundation handing out rice to those in need (Uganda).Revson Charles speaking to the crowd regarding donated clothes (Cameroon).A pile of donated clothes donated to the Light and Life Mission church (Cameroon).Happy staff and members of Light and Life Mission pose with donated computers (Cameroon).Less Fortunate and Needy Victims Development Foundation's CEO along with an elderly woman who received food after three days without a proper meal (Sierra Leone).Less Fortunate and Needy Victims Development Foundation provides food for street kids, vulnerable youth, elderly and street beggars (Sierra Leone).Less Fortunate and Needy Victims Development Foundation's Human Rights & Advocacy's priorities includes access to safe drinking water for rural communities (Sierra Leone).Feeding of street children. Less Fortunate and Needy Victims Development Foundation delivers assistance to those who suffered during crisis and conflict and those affected and surrounded by extreme poverty. They respond daily to human problems through humanitarian aid and sustainable solutions (Sierra Leone).Since the inception of Less Fortunate and Needy Victims Development Foundation's assistance program, the primary focus of the organization has been on providing services to meet the urgent needs of women and children and other vulnerable and marginalized groups (Sierra Leone).Less Fortunate and Needy Victims Development Foundation is committed to the elimination of extreme poverty in rural and slum communities in Sierra Leone through its community assistance programs (Sierra Leone).A quality resource collection to support the curricula (Kenya).Books donated to Kakamega Women's Empowerment Project (Kenya).Pupils of Kawiye Social Development Foundation with donated books (Tanzania).Two male pupils pose for a photo in their green uniforms (Kenya).Ecstatic children thank the Reading Club and Anike Foundation for their new soccer jerseys (Ghana).Children try on their newly donated soccer jerseys (Ghana).Donated boxes of goods to Global Aid Foundation For Youth and Less-Privileged (GAFYAL), (Gambia).Community Integrated Development Initiatives (CIDI) aims to improve peoples’ livelihood and create self-sustaining communities through provision of equitable, participatory integrated development interventions (Malawi).Pupils excited to have back packs! (Cameroon).The boxes are opened and taken out to be given to pupils (Cameroon).Boxes filled with donated books are seen on the school grounds (Cameroon).Samuel, pictured in the middle, presenting some hospital equipment, supplies, blankets, men and women clothing, and other necessities to Nana Appiah Kubi I at Adutwam hospital and community (Ghana).Pleaders of Children and Elderly People at Risk (PEPA) assist their fellow PEPA team members in a difficult time of war in Eastern DR.Congo and helped some homeless refugees in Uganda to have a better life by paying their rent and providing them with food (Uganda).Pleaders of Children and Elderly People at Risk providing assistance to members of the community (Uganda).Pleaders of Children and Elderly People at Risk donates a blanket to a woman and her child (Uganda).With gratitude, the pupils hold up their donated books (Nigeria).Pupils with their school uniform and other scholastic materials (Tanzania).Pupils with donated books and writing supplies (Uganda).Players pose for a group photo after a great football match (Uganda).Football is a fun past time for the Luhwaha Youth Development Foundation members (Uganda).Children happily posing with their donated goods (Uganda).Children holding a bundle of donated clothes (Uganda).The many donated computers that will help serve Light and Life Mission's Vocational Teaching Center (Cameroon).Handing over of donated computers (Cameroon).Poor children are provided backpacks and school supplies (Cameroon).Donated books are crucial in education development. Textbooks insufficiency affects disadvantaged students and community because, when books are not in the school, it is difficult for poor parents to afford money to buy textbooks for their children in school (Kenya).Better academic performance by students is realized when a library professional is part of a planning and teaching team. He teaches information literacy and provides one-on-one tutoring for students in need (Kenya).Donations of books plays a crucial part in improving the education system. Survey Findings conducted by Kakamega Women's Empowerment Project have found that students who regularly borrow books and read excel in their exams (Kenya).Books donated to Kakamega Women's Empowerment Project. In schools with good libraries and full-time librarians, students perform better at higher levels in reading comprehension and in knowledge and use of reference materials than students in schools with minimal or no library service (Kenya).Kawiye Social Development Foundation supports education through the provision of voluntary teachers, books, desks, chairs and other teaching and learning facilities (Tanzania).To date, Kawiye Social Development Foundation has supported about 678 pupils in 12 primary and 4 secondary schools (Tanzania).Kawiye Social Development Foundation (KASODEFO) provides education support to marginalized primary and secondary school pupils, especially those from poor families, those living with HIV/AIDS and orphans. KASODEFO helps by giving these young children school materials, including uniforms and learning materials, as well as paying school fees for a handful of the pupils (Tanzania).These new books are to be used by the students in the Language Lab where they can read along to recorded lessons (Guinea Bissau).Hope Children’s Centre (HCC) empowers and educates Uganda’s most vulnerable children and provides poor communities with tools and resources that cut poverty at its roots for long-term sustainable change (Uganda).The goal of the Water Project is to support rural disadvantaged communities of Bukasa and Nakabugo Parishes improve on their water, hygiene and sanitation situation through education/training (Uganda).Pupils of Hope Children’s Center (HCC) create a poster to show their gratitude (Uganda).Construction of a water system aims to bring more clean water to pupils. The area of Bukasa and Nakabugo parishes where Hope Children’s Center (HCC) is located has very low levels of safe water coverage of less than 25% compared to existing population. In this area, the majority of the people use unclean water from unprotected water sources (Uganda).Children excited at the construction of a new water system (Uganda).Children happily wave for the camera (Uganda).Construction of latrine blocks will help over 600 children at Hope Children’s Centre (HCC) (Uganda).Pupils are grateful for the Just a Drop project (Uganda).A previous Just a Drop project installed water in this school which means water can be piped directly to the toilet block. This also means that there will be water available for girls to wash during their menstrual cycle in the bathroom, which will be constructed as part of this project (Uganda).The staff of Community Development and Environmental Restoration (CENCUDER) celebrate the visit of CENCUDER's director (Cameroon).Children, a part of Centre for Community Development and Environmental Restoration (CENCUDER), give their thanks for the completion of their new classroom (Cameroon).Young pupils happily show their donated goods (Cameroon).Young children holding donated clothes and school supplies (Cameroon).Children enjoying a drink at the drinking fountain (Cameroon).Young boys wearing their school backpacks (Cameroon).Pupils holding up donated books. Including Education, ABC4ALL works in the following areas: Charity, Youths skills Development, Micro-Credit, Gender Campaign, HIV/AIDS, Agriculture, and Housing (Sierra Leone).Members of the community lend a hand in the renovation of Hodari Primary School, which will provide education for the children (Democratic Republic of Congo).A man lays the foundation for the school latrine (Democratic Republic of Congo).Construction is complete and the school children and teachers now have a latrine that will provide sanitation for the grounds (Democratic Republic of Congo).A family stands among their awarded pigs provided by Active Women for Environment Protection (FAPE), which will provide them with a stable income (Democratic Republic of Congo).A beneficiary of Active Women for Environment Protection (FAPE) is awarded goats (Democratic Republic of Congo).The Hodari Primary School is a formal Muslim school located in Mboko, Fizi territory, South Kivu Province, in the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo. This primary school has been supported by the Active Women for Environment Protection (FAPE) with the donation of school desks, chairs and tables through the financial support from Third World Foundation Canada and Partnership for Community Development (PARDEC) Canada.Construction begins on a computer lab at Airport Community School (ACS). The school has dreamt of a computer lab for their students to continue gaining skills needed to succeed in their future (Zambia).A woman is all smiles after receiving the gift of two large pigs from Active Women for Environment Protection (FAPE). They will provide sustainability to her family (Democratic Republic of Congo).Expertise and dedication from overseas volunteers support Campaign For Learning Disabilities' (CLED's) mission of distributing education materials on learning disabilities and associated difficulties (Ghana).University of Education, Winneba is a major contributor to Campaign For Learning Disabilities (CLED). Their donations have contributed to the furthering of education for children in need (Ghana).