Delivering Relevant Skills Makes All The Difference
By delivering core subjects (Maths, English and Science), as well as focusing on developing their vocational skills through apprenticeships and mentoring programmes, we will teach young people a craft that will be useful to the local community.
This not only helps them to gain employment when they graduate but also allows Sierra Leone to become a vibrant and self-sufficient country that is less reliant on external aid in the long-term.
The learning, research and sanitation programmes have been running successfully for over seven years, but without permanent premises, their future cannot be secured.
Now the second phase is to construct a new school building that will expand the charity’s scope and help provide education for 500 children, and provide full-time employment for six teachers, volunteers and teaching assistants. This will ensure sustainable learning and improve the quality of the education that we provide.