For rural children, education is invaluable and a great equalizer. However, lack of educational shoes, uniform and materials are one of the challenges - resulting to the child having low morale, not attending school and or even dropping out as a result. We manage and tackle these issues.
In rural developing countries, the biggest barrier is education for the youth and professional training for adults. This limits not progress, but also builds barriers for both youth and adults. We aim to tackle these issues, by paying educational fees for top preforming students, providing uniform and educational materials and training/educating illiterate adults. But we don't stop there. By partnering with communities, schools, and villages we can provide necessary materials for their education, in order to break the cycle of poverty and form equal playing field for individuals (quashing segregation due to class, status and tackling bullying for the less fortunate children in class rooms). In rural developing countries, the biggest barrier to education is often getting to school – especially for girls.
Poverty impacts on the individual’s health and wellbeing. This can be both physical and mental. We theses issues by supporting a child through every step, by liaising with the school and visiting the child to check progress as well as offering mentorship where needed and required.
Our team and including volunteers attend remote villages to basic literacy to illiterate adults, as well as business skills in farming and agriculture.
Through kind donations, we can support children from the age of 7 and right up to 18 (Including their family) and ensure there is no hurdles preventing them from completing their education. Additionally, this means that we are able to continue creating campaigns; for communities, schools and orphanages.
Go Bare support rural communities’ access to education and protecting their health & wellbeing. Through kind donations we can mentor individuals, empower and help them gain success in education and life.
Uganda has been living in a civil war that has lasted for over 20 years; which the founder managed to escape from. Although it has ended, people, communities and even younger generations are impacted. Often they have the mean to go to school, however haven't got the additional fees for relevant shoes, books and education materials. Furthermore, some may have developed lack in confidence, their capabilities and low self esteem. We aim to support in these areas, by providing the necessary tools for education and as well as mentoring children and through our campaign. The individuals that we support attend schools such as Sacred Heart Girls Senior School
You At Heart (YAH) runs entirely from volunteers and based in Ghana. YAH work in areas to provide medical assistance, training and distribution of good across Africa. Working hand-in-hand with the volunteers and company with proven trust; due to their work carried out, we are able to distribute goods to individuals needing it.