Education Development

Bangladesh, India and Zambia

WHAT DOES THIS PROJECT AIM TO ACHIEVE?

The Educational Development project assists specific Adventist schools in India in the following areas:

  • Management and planning
  • Staff training and curriculum development
  • New staff incentives for graduates
  • Industry and agriculture development
  • Deans and pastoral staff
  • School resources
  • Building improvement
  • School reputation and image improvement

WHY HAS CHILD IMPACT CHOSEN THIS PROJECT?

Child Impact is facing many challenges with schools in India. Our role has been one of sponsorship. However, we now see the urgent need to take an active role in assisting certain Adventist schools in teaching quality and improved resources. Quality teachers are the backbone of any great education system. Teachers that not only have the knowledge in their minds, but can inspire children to dream big and achieve success. The fund has the full support of the General Conference and the Southern Asia Division, which covers India.”

“This fund has a need of $450,000 in order to assist and help grow Adventist schools in India & Myanmar with classroom resources including classroom desks, blackboards, computers & library books. Any contribution to this fund will directly benefit thousands of children.

HOW WILL THIS PROJECT BE FUNDED?

This fund has a need of $450,000 in order to assist and help grow six large Adventist schools in India. Any contribution to this fund will directly benefit thousands of children.

Suggested: $25.00

Suggested: $25.00

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