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Education is undeniably a life-long tool for change, to lift
children and communities out of poverty. Children across our
network of Schools have recorded outstanding academic performances
and many more are benefiting from our various educational interventions.
With your support, we are ensuring 100,000 children have access to
in 100 countries of the world. Enjoy the impact stories your
partnership has produced.
"When You Think About Change, Think About Me"
"How much could I do, my brother Christian couldn't do much too. He was
11, I was 5... when it happened to us I knew nothing about death,
although i was accustomed to how it felt being hungry, and not having my
basic needs met
Back to School in South Africa
Diepsloot in South Africa is a densely populated town characterised
by limited access to basic infrastructures and services, which
includes education. With a desire to make a change in the town,
partners of InnerCity Mission South-Africa identified children in need
educational support. We provided them with all they require
to return back to school.
Mpho, one of the beneficiaries said "I'm happy to go back to School with
my new bag, shoe and books. I could not participate in class because I
did not have books to write on, learning wasn't easy. But now, learning
is easier, and I can see myself doing great things for Diesploot in the
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New Learning Centers Open in South Sudan, Zambia and South Africa
New InnerCity Mission Learning Centers open in Hai Mauna,
and Klipgat communities in South Sudan, Zambia
and South Africa respectively, serving hundreds of
indigent children. The learning centers are safe spaces
for vulnerable children and valuable asset to the communities;
directly providing a wide variety of our intervention
programs and services.
Children in the learning centers are daily provided with
learning materials, psychosocial counselling, mid-day meal,
and home-work assistance.
support us in setting up 50 new learning centers in
Improving the Girl-Child Education
Volunteers in South-West Nigeria held a menstrual hygiene
awareness campaign at Living Springs College, Ikotun,
Southwest Nigeria enlightening the girls on how to manage
their menstruation during school period. They also distributed
sanitary towels to encourage good menstrual hygiene.
You too can carry out special menstrual hygiene campaigns.
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