Investment in early learning education has greater cost savings and payback than at any other time in life, benefiting poor and vulnerable children most.
Help educate Zambian mothers and save childrens’ lives. Preparing mothers in the first 1,000 days from conception with maternal nutrition and health information is crucial for a child’s growth and development.
We’re working with Zambian partner, COMACO, to ensure farmers have access to information on conservation farming while saving wildlife and habitats.
An estimated 50,000 school children in Ethiopia now have the opportunity to learn English thanks to the British Council (BC) and Lifeline Energy. A special emphasis has been placed on girls’ instruction and those who are visually impaired.
Prior to the 1994 genocide, coffee was the primary cash crop of Rwanda. After the war, the coffee sector was devastated and struggled to recover. Farmers and aid agencies have worked hard to revitalise Rwanda’s place in the global specialty coffee market
After emerging from decades of civil conflict, the education sector had to be rebuilt from scratch. Our Lifeplayer MP3 played a role in training teachers and educating primary school pupils.