Advancing economic development in Africa through education
According to the World Bank and UNESCO, over 89 million children and youth in Sub-Saharan Africa are out-of-school or excluded from accessing basic education. Over a fifth are children between the ages of 6-11, a third are youth between the ages of 12-14, more than half (55 percent) are girls. Literacy rate among youth aged 15 to 24 continues to fall keeping them out of the employment market.
We believe basic education is a right to every child, a key driver of poverty eradication and economic growth. Young orphans, like any children everywhere in the world, have the right to access basic education which will empower them to build a better future for their families and wider communities.
We use education to make sustainable social impact
Our support create future empowerment opportunities for orphans and destitute children in Africa. A lifelong empowerment for children with the right skills and knowledge they need to make the right choices, become entrepreneurial or competitive in the employment market place. This also empower them to have a better livelihood for themselves and for their wider communities.
support us make a difference
Your donation can make a difference in lives of the world's most vulnerable and poorest children. By donating to Beza Foundation, you are participating in making positive change into the lives of orphans and destitute children, empowering them to have a secured future through education.
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