It’s important that we don’t just hope that our volunteers are instigating meaningful development, but that we have evidence and data to prove that we are working in the right way.

Our in-country teams monitor progress at each of our partner projects in Africa, so that, together, we can plan and implement the delivery of their development goals and effectively measure our impact.

The Walk Centre is just one of our partner projects where our impact has made a huge difference to the community it supports. Find out more about The Walk Centre here.

Impact Data

Since our partnerships with respective projects began

Kenya

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Number of Students up 45.4%
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Average Class Size down 38%
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New classrooms constructed
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Existing classrooms renovated

“Volunteers have made a huge impact at the projects here and we are seeing more children in school. The new Walk Centre primary school build is one of the greatest achievements to date and with volunteer support, we aim to continue achieving bigger and better things.”

Alex Maina - East Africa Director and Founder of The Walk Centre, Kenya

Ghana

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Number of Students up 9.4%
35
Average Class Size down 2.8%
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New classrooms constructed
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Existing classrooms renovated

“Over the next two years we are aiming to complete the new two-storey classroom block to provide a spacious and engaging learning environment for our students. We will then be able to expand enabling more children to receive an education in the local area.”

Elizabeth Alormatu - Headteacher at Dedzidi Community School, Ghana
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Total Number of Projects Supported
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Number of New Classrooms Built in Ghana and Kenya
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Total Number of Classrooms Renovated
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Total Number of Toilet Blocks Built/Renovated

All data on this page is correct as of February 2018. Figures are inclusive of all countries we work in unless specified otherwise. Data is calculated from when the respective partnerships began, unless stated otherwise.