We want to say a very big thank you to Suzanna Anderson, Tim Beal, Theo Bertram, Douglas Burnett, Konrad Caulkett, Alun Jones and Jason Marett who completed the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100, Sunday 2nd August, for Theirworld. Among 26,000 other cyclists our riders faced leg-testing climbs on the 100 mile route made famous by the world’s best […]
Congratulations to the team of runners who took part in the Adidas Thunder Run, a 24 hour endurance event in Derbyshire. The team, assembled by long-term Theirworld and Jennifer Brown Research Laboratory supporter Dave Jowett, managed to run a combined total of 266km in 24 hours. Each runner covered 65km on less than one hour […]
It has been a fortnight since nine-year-old Daniel Cabrera was photographed in Cebu City doing his homework in the street by the light of a fast food restaurant. I got inspired by a kid ❤️ Posted by Joyce Gilos Torrefranca on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 Since the photo was taken by medical student Joyce Torrefranca, Daniel’s […]
Two weeks ago world leaders, education ministers, international organisations, and civil society convened at the Oslo Education Summit to bolster co-operation on education. Dubai Cares CEO Tariq Al Gurg, over at the Huffington Post, has written about his optimism after attending the Oslo Education Summit at the beginning of July. At the summit, Mr Al […]
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A Note From Sarah Brown
Welcome to Theirworld, a global charity which is committed to giving the most vulnerable children and young people a brighter future in their world.
Momentum is growing to make sure all countries stand by their promise to ensure every girl and boy receives a quality education by the end of 2015, though 58 million girls and boys around the world still miss out on even a single day at school. Theirworld is at the forefront of this movement to end this education emergency and it does so through several key initiatives.- A Note From Sarah Brown
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