Because of you, children are excited about the future and they’re reaching for their dreams!
You’ve helped lift the rate of primary school students passing their final exams from just 54% in 2006 to an incredible 90% in 2020.
Your support has trained teachers and taught parents the value of education. Thanks to you, kids are reading with more understanding and doing better in maths. They have plenty of books and clubs where they can enjoy studying.
Reading clubs are helping prepare young children for school and supporting them in their learning; providing a safe place for children to enjoy playing and learning with teachers who’ve had specialist training.
Because of you, families are growing enough nutritious food for themselves with plenty left over to sell.
You’ve helped them learn better farming methods and ways to conserve natural resources.
Savings groups help many people start businesses or pay for essentials like school supplies.
With stable income and strategies to weather natural disasters, parents can support their children and prepare for the future.
Thanks to you, children and families are eating well and staying healthy.
You’ve helped increase the number of families eating three meals a day from just 5% in 2006 to a life-changing 97% in 2020. What an amazing change!
You’ve trained parents on how to feed their children nutritious food so they can grow up healthy and strong. Families are now growing their own vegetables, giving them a wider variety of nutritious food to eat.
Families are more supported by local healthcare workers, and now 97% of people are receiving the healthcare they need. Thanks to you, children in Buyamba are growing up strong and healthy.
Your support helped train Child Protection workers in schools and the community. These workers are raising awareness of risks to children's safety, and children and adults in the community can report any child abuse to them.
When children were affected by violence, child marriage, early pregnancy and other forms of abuse, they didn’t know how to report it and what power they had to stop it.
Now, thanks to you, children say they feel safe at home, at school and in their villages because parents and teachers have learned how to protect children.
People are spreading the word about children's rights through a network of children’s clubs, neighbourhood groups and local leaders. The community is committed to stopping violence against children.