171 million people could be lifted out of poverty if students in low-income countries left school with basic reading skills.
Building classrooms, hiring teachers and getting children in the classroom is not enough. They need to learn while they’re there. According to The Brookings Centre for Universal Education, “61 million African children will reach adolescence lacking even the most basic literacy and numeracy skills.”
Your donations are recycled to help school after school provide transformative, high-quality education to their students.
“How many computers do you have?”
A question we always ask when initiating a partnership with a school. Their responses range from none to a few, but are always followed by “most of them don’t work”.
Hardware costs are the biggest factor in setting up Tusitawi. Learning for Humanity provides schools with low power, heat and dirt tolerant machines designed to thrive in harsh climates.