It’s the beginning, the foundation we need to learn, grow and thrive. Yet 120 million children through to the age of 15 are out of school.
You can help more children gain the knowledge and skills they need to succeed.
Millions of children are missing out on education due to poverty, gender inequality and a lack of learning resources.
1,243 World Vision projects across 55 countries were focused on improving children’s access to quality education in 2015..
Literacy program: Bangladesh children reading with comprehension
250 million primary school aged children aren’t learning basic literacy or numeracy skills.
We’ve reached over 900,000 children in Ethiopia through the Literacy Boost Program, in partnership with Save the Children.
Your monthly donation will help provide children the knowledge and skills needed to succeed.
A single one-off donation will support our work in education.
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We support primary school children to learn reading, basic maths and essential life skills. To do this we use evidence-based approaches to improve education quality and outcomes, including through teacher training, community reading activities and the provision of age-appropriate and locally relevant reading materials.
We promote school environments where children’s rights are protected, including through sound infrastructure and protection from violence. This ensures children have the best foundation for learning.
We help adolescents with applied skills to assist them in everyday life. This includes helping students to develop livelihood and citizenship
skills, often through a mentoring relationship, to help them become active and productive members of their communities.
Emergency situations can disrupt children’s education. We provide temporary child-friendly learning spaces, access to learning and
emotional support, and capacity building for teachers and caregivers. This means children’s rights to education can be upheld even in the most difficult circumstances.