The Speed School program transitions out-of-school children in Ethiopia and Liberia into local schools through an innovative pedagogy and intensive instruction calendar that covers the first three years of the national curriculum in just one year.
The HOpE Program in Indonesia gives microloans to low-income mothers conditional on sending their school-age children to school, helps at-risk youth find employment, and conducts entrepreneurship training to help youth create new micro businesses.
HeLP's peer-to-peer promotes health lifestyles among Indonesian secondary school students, substantially decreasing the risk of unhealthy behavior and increasing knowledge associated with sexual relationships, HIV/AIDs, and drug prevention.
Operating 20 early childhood development centers near the western shore of Lake Victoria, Tumaini Letu remains the only organization to provide holistic ECD services to vulnerable children in the Kagera region of Tanzania.
Parikrma's four schools use a model of "end-to-end" assistance to support students from severely underprivileged backgrounds in Bangalore by providing high-quality K-12 education supplemented by healthcare, family support services, scholarships for higher education, and career mentorship.
Prikkle Academy's Collaborative Community program engages rural Nigerian youth and young adults in an intensive training that helps them realize their full potential and develop sustainable social solutions for their communities.
The Getting Ready for School program trains older children to actively engage with pre-school children in their communities, helping young learners prepare for a successful transition to primary school in areas where formal preschool is not available.