Bridging the Gaps in Africa. The Americas. Asia. Europe.
If I were to donate to the RET, how far would my money go?
In Burundi, $120 a year or $10 a month per student can provide good facilities (including dormitories, classrooms, latrines, kitchens and dining rooms), qualified teachers, a good learning environment and quality educational materials for a year. $29 a year or $2.40 a month per student can provide the boarding schools with improved facilities, raw materials, technical equipment, repairs and maintenance.
In Chad, $472 a year or $39 a month per beneficiary can provide them with formal secondary education in a traditional school structure, or with Distance Learning classes, both culminating in certification by the Sudanese Ministry of Education, enabling students access to universities in Africa. $227 a year or $19 a month can pay for each beneficiary to attend a French or English language course for a year, necessary to harmoniously integrate into the surrounding Chadian culture and community, the Chadian education system or, post-school, to university in Africa.
In Latin America, $360 a year or $30 a month per beneficiary can prevent Colombian adolescents’ involvement in the worst forms of child labour by providing them with special assistance to access local schools and substitute with acceptable income generating opportunities for their families. $408 a year or $34 a month per student can provide them with training in life skills, income generation skills and individual and group support. $197 a year or $16 a month per beneficiary can provide attention and assistance to women who are affected by gender-based violence (GBV), in addition increasing the authorities’ capacity to prevent and respond to the issue in refugee and hosting communities.