Hope for Children - Education

Projects: Education

In 2012, a UNESCO report estimated that 58 million children of primary school age and another 63 million children of lower secondary school age were out of school and not receiving any form of education.

Without access to an education, children are severely disadvantaged from an early age and are constantly fighting against the tide. HOPE believes that, without promoting the right to education for children and encouraging children to complete their education, development for any society will always be hindered.

We believe that children should have access to education as it is a fundamental human right that can have a dramatic impact on their future. Education is also key to long lasting and sustainable development. Much of our work revolves around ensuring children have access to education as well as making sure they are aware of their basic human rights. Whether a child is street involved, disabled or disadvantaged, they deserve the chance to go to school. Therefore education is a theme in nearly every country we work in.