Almost 60% of children ages 15 to 17 in sub-Saharan Africa are not in school, and only about one quarter of pre-primary teachers are trained. Secondary school teachers have only a slightly better ratio, with about 50% possessing relevant training.
Top SDG Goals
Our Future Goal
Where ever we plant trees we build a school.
Every student has the right to receive proper education. KAYA believes Africa is ready for the future, and we are ready to do what it takes to also enable long distance education in rural areas. This would allow us to provide local communities with both financial and professional education and a range of general online courses.
How do KAYA´s education projects work?
We believe that education and professional knowledge should be available for everyone. Our online education initiatives and workshops hope to improve access to training for members of the communities involved in our projects.
Who can benefit from KAYA´s education projects?
All members of the communities involved with KAYA´s projects can get access to our education projects, and we provide many opportunities for others as well.
What level of education do you provide?
Our workshops and technical courses specialize in various topics like forest management, sustainable economy, and agriculture, with many other options available.
How can I support KAYA´s education projects?
Each project that KAYA develops brings powerful benefits to local communities. In supporting KAYA, you are simultaneously helping them with necessities like clean water, education, and healthcare.