Two years ago I heard about a new movement and a student-centered program that would teach kids to feel empathy and about the lives of children around the world. Last year I took 4 students on a trip to start the program at my school This year I took 13.
Today we reached our goal!!!
My Me to We team has built a school in Kenya. That means in a total of 16 months we raised $8500.00 to build a school in the M
People may ask why these schools need to be built? Well,
Free The Children believes that education is the best way to break the cycle of poverty and end the exploitation of children. By providing primary education to underprivileged girls and boys, Free The Children’s Free The Children's Education Projects are contributing to meeting the goals of the “Education for All” initiative agreed upon at the World Forum for Education in April 2000 in Dakar, Senegal. At this forum, the international community committed itself to providing, by 2015, free primary education to the 130 million of the world’s children who cannot go to school because of the circumstances of their birth. Nearly 60% of these children are girls.