Support the Head Held High appeal and provide quality education to Africa's most vulnerable children
Your donation will be matched, pound for pound, by the UK Government until 23rd December 2017.
Donate today to double your donation
"Education is a human right with immense power to transform" Kofi Annan
Education is the foundation to a happy, healthy and positive childhood, and it’s the single most effective way to alleviate
poverty, yet there are still an estimated 61 million primary school-age children still out of school.
Every year of education increases potential future income by 10%
2 out of 3 illiterate people in the world are women
Only 53% of teachers in Ghana have any formal training
The Head Held High appeal is raising funds to transform the lives at least 1,500 children living in poverty by ensuring they have access to a quality education.
Without an education, children as young as 6 years are often forced to work in fields, pick scraps or are exposed to the daily dangers of wandering the streets or slums they live in.
UK Aid Match funds, along with donations by the UK public, will support our education projects in remote, northern Ghana and East Africa where child labour and gender inequality are still major barriers to children accessing education.
The Head Held High appeal will provide essential school books & uniforms, as well as activities like workshops championing girls' right to education, and teacher training programmes.
As a result of these simple solutions, thousands of disadvantaged children will be given the tools to create a future of pride, confidence, and the knowledge to break the poverty cycle.
How you can make double the difference
£12 can provide a year's school books and uniform for a child.
£26 can run a community workshop that teaches girls about their right to education and equality.
£120 can provide training for a teacher so that they can educate for a lifetime.
Head Held High Stories of Hope
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