Your special Christmas gift....
could help a child back to school in so many ways
We can rebuild
The children affected by Cyclone Idai are brave and resilient. They refuse to give up on dreams of building a better life. But without access to education, their futures are uncertain.
Hafza and her friend Antonia live in Sofala, Mozambique, where 2,713 classrooms were damaged and destroyed – impacting the education and safety of over 3,000 school children.
So far, we’ve helped 16 schools in the area, but there are many more we need to reach. Your donation this Christmas is vital to the education work we do in areas devastated by disaster.
We can replenish
Luisa lost her beloved grandfather during Cyclone Idai. Her family’s home was also destroyed. One of our boats managed to rescue her and, when the waters subsided, we provided tarpaulins to help reconstruct Luisa's home.
Back then many of the schools in her area had to be converted into temporary shelters. Now, with the support of people like you, we’re working to turn them back into classrooms and to replace everything that was lost. That’s how we’ll make sure that students like Luisa can return to school at a crucial stage of their education.
A Christmas gift from you...
Could help to provide
Will you help give children back their school?
Education is a powerful way to break the cycle of poverty – especially for girls. It builds self-esteem and empowers children to take control of their lives.
Schools are much more than buildings. Children need text books, furniture and chalkboards. Fresh water, good sanitation and nutritious food are also essential for children to be able to attend lessons and do well in their studies.