We believe that education is the most effective way to improve opportunities for young people and provide a potential route out of poverty, and that is why we provide support to schools. We focus our efforts on improving the school environment and enabling more children to attend school, and we do this by renovating existing classrooms and building new ones, funding resources, and providing teaching support.
The areas we focus our support
Increasing access to education
Water and Sanitation Hygiene
Health and Wellbeing
Since our partnerships with respective projects began
In Zanzibar, our current focus is on providing teaching assistance and sports coaching. This is important due to the high number of students that attend each school and a lack of available resources. Our long-term aim is to help construct new classrooms to accommodate the growing number of students, once we have the funding required to do this. Given our achievements in Ghana and Kenya, so we have every confidence that we will soon be telling you about the similar progress we have been able to make in Zanzibar. If you would like to help us expedite our building work in Zanzibar, you can do so here.
Despite some obvious setbacks, the evidence shows that, on balance, the world is becoming safer, healthier, better educated and wealthier.
There is no denying that there are still too many places in the world that are intolerant and undemocratic, and too many people who are uneducated, extremely poor and without access to healthcare – but the positive news is that this number is decreasing. Data shows that global partnerships, governments, businesses, charities, small enterprises (like us), and individuals (like you) are making a positive difference.
With your help, African Adventures is committed to increasing opportunity for future generations in the areas where we work.
All data on this page is correct as of March 2020. Figures are inclusive of all countries we work in unless specified otherwise. Data is calculated from when the respective partnerships began, unless stated otherwise.