Education
About

Education leads to opportunity. Providing access to education, enhancing delivery of education, and ensuring the strength of different types of education - including elementary, secondary, post-secondary, and vocational - are crucial goals. Given food, water, and shelter, people can survive; given a basic job, they can live; given knowledge, they can grow and lift themselves and their families up to the next level.

Education leads to opportunity. Providing access to education, enhancing delivery of education, and ensuring the strength of different types of education - including elementary, secondary, post-secondary, and vocational - are crucial goals. Given food, water, and shelter, people can survive; given a basic job, they can live; given knowledge, they can grow and lift themselves and their families up to the next level.

E-Roq (Education Los Roques)

E-ROQ Education Los Roques will focus on teaching English to the young population of Archipélágo Los Roques, creating a system in which new and former university students from Caracas trained in Model UN can reach this community of difficult access to increase its level of literacy, developing their potential to tourism.

Bettina Gonzalez

Bettina is a 22-year-old medical student from Caracas, Venezuela. Since she was very young, she has been familiarized with social awareness and volunteering by participating in her Ursulin School Catholic Missions. Growing up in Venezuela and experiencing the crisis the country is experiencing made Bettina understand that social responsibility and commitment to Venezuela's future had to be an important part of her life.

Rabbits for Education

This project addresses the problem of primary school drop-out rates in a government-aided school in Kamwenge District, Uganda. The project will provide participants with rabbits and will equip them with the skills they need to raise and care for them. The initiative also will help participants find a market, so they can generate income to support their education.

H.O.P.E. for Success

H.O.P.E. for Success is a new initiative under The Humanitarian Organization for Providing Empowerment. It is a mentorship program aimed at helping ease the transition from high school to university. This encompasses workshops about the university application process, effective scheduling, and developing essential skills for first-year students.

H.O.P.E. for Success

H.O.P.E. for Success is a new initiative under The Humanitarian Organization for Providing Empowerment. It is a mentorship program aimed at helping ease the transition from high school to university. This encompasses workshops about the university application process, effective scheduling, and developing essential skills for first-year students.

Vivian Tsang

Vivian Tsang is a student at the University of British Columbia where she was recognized as a National Schulich Scholar, Major Entrance Scholarship winner, WE Day and TEDx speaker and Canadian WE Day ambassador for the Canada150 Celebrations. She hopes to dedicate her life to improving healthcare accessibility and reducing social inequalities for vulnerable population groups. Making strides in this area, she founded and serves as the Director of the Humanitarian Organization for Providing Empowerment (HOPE), an organization that empowers students to

Kawsar Muuse

Kawsar Muuse is psychology major student at the American University of Beirut. Muuse is from Somaliland, a country which is a self-declared state but international not recognize yet. Muuse is a humanitarian activist and entrepreneur who wants to lift needy people in her community. After her graduation, Muuse worked with two organization, Taakulo Somaliland Community and Abaarso School of Science and Technology. In addition, Muuse started a campaign called Make an Orphan Happy and Belonged, which organizes fun days for orphans in her village twice a year.

Ubah Ali

Ubah Ali is social activist and feminist from Somaliland, an internationally unrecognized country. She graduated from Abaarso School 2015, Miss Hall's 2016, and currently doing her Bachelor degree in Politics and Human Rights at American University of Beirut. At the age of 18, Ali has started her own organization in 2015 called Rajo:Hope for Somaliland Community, which educates orphans and Somali unprivileged students.

Claudette Igiraneza

Claudette Igiraneza,22, is a young Rwandan social activist and social entrepreneur. Claudette is a graduate of Bridge2Rwanda, a highly competitive gap year program that assists talented African students attend international colleges and return to lead their country. Claudette is currently in her 3rd year pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Environmental health and doing minors in public health and anthropology at the American University of Beirut.