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RESEARCH SHOWS THAT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IS THE MOST EFFECTIVE WAY TO HELP CHILDREN BREAK OUT OF POVERTY....

 
 

So, rather than sponsoring individual children, which can sometimes result in inequality within schools and communities, we pursue and finance a range of activities that will mutually benefit each child, their family, their school and the wider community

Our holistic approach to education means that each of our programs aims to reach specific groups and to achieve specific outcomes – such as reducing absenteeism in schools, fostering teacher training or supporting greater community involvement in education.

We approach our work in collaboration with our local partners in each country

 
 

We want to do our bit to overcome poverty and transform lives through education.   Our holistic approach ensures that each program is developed so that all the elements to achieve our desired outcomes are considered.  From building schools, providing clean water, healthy food, teacher training and safety, our programs are developed with our partners to achieve the following outcomes. 

 

one

More women, children and youth in disadvantaged communities are receiving an education.  

two

Schools in disadvantaged areas are providing a better education.    

 

three

Students from disadvantaged areas are achieving their full potential at school.

 

four

Improved livelihoods in disadvantaged communities.  

 

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uganda

Meet Dorothy Nalwadda and see how an iCARE scholarship transformed her life.  Now Dorothy is giving back to her community as a volunteer teacher and entrepreneur. <see more>

india

Our partnership with Ashraya Neelbagh School has benefited more than 7,000 children - especially girls like Reddamma whose father now sees the value of educating his daughters. <see more>

kenya

iCare currently supports vocational education at the Piave Youth Polytechnic in Kenya's Rift Valley.  Purity is 38 years old.  She's excited to be given a chance to learn new skills.  <see more>

philippines

Nicolein's mum works as a maid overseas to support her. Nicolein wants an education so she can become a teacher and help girls to get jobs at home and not be separated from family. <see more>

 

the philippines

Midterm Review for the Adopt-a-School and Heed and Thrive Projects - April2017

(Read here)