It has a name. It has bold targets. And now it needs the commitment and money from the international community to make it work. The Education Cannot Wait fund will help millions of children who are deprived of schooling because of emergency situations – including wars, natural disasters and health crises. The name was announced […]
They are amazing young people doing inspirational things. A World at School’s network of 500 Global Youth Ambassadors are committed education advocates from 84 countries who support our campaigns to get every child into school and learning. Now they are being featured in a series of illustrated stories which tell how they are taking the lead in […]
Theirworld Research Consultant Molly Curtis has written over on the Global Campaign for Education’s blog about the importance of refocusing our efforts onEarly Childhood Development interventions. In our #fundeducation series, Molly shares the importance of funding early childhood development. Link in our bio! #gawe2016 cc @aworldatschool @theirworldorg A photo posted by Global Campaign For Education […]
One year on from the tragic earthquake that hit Nepal in April 2015, we’re releasing a new 360 virtual reality film showing the reality of the education emergency for a generation of children in Nepal. The film’s 360-degree video and audio transports and immerses the viewer in Nepal’s incredible landscape – and the earthquake’s continued […]
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A Note From Sarah Brown
Welcome to Theirworld, a global children’s charity committed to giving the most vulnerable children and young people a brighter future in their world.
We lead a number of campaigns to create global change and bring better health and education to the most vulnerable children, and we run innovative projects to pilot new ideas and build life changing opportunities. We want all children to have the chance to fulfil their potential.
Our work began 14 years ago with the creation of a fund to support small projects in the UK enabling dedicated health professionals and scientists to pioneer their ideas to help new-borns and young children, and to supporting mentoring for young people.- A Note From Sarah Brown
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