Helping Hands Coalition is a foundation committed to supporting children with disabilities and others from needy families and also fund our existing inclusive school that enrolls all school going children including those with disabilities, and organizing skill- based trainings in selected schools in remote areas, initiatives/groups and families to promote self-reliance.
Over a fifth of children between the ages of 6-11 are out of school, followed by a third of youth between the ages of 12-14. At least half of youth between the ages of 15 and 17 in sub-Saharan Africa are not in school, according to new data from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics. In total, more than 93 million children and youth of primary and secondary school ages are out of school across the region. At least 70% of the 93 million children are from needy families.
The Helping Hands Coalition education program is committed to restore the hope of attaining quality education and also providing modern skill-based training to meet with current trend and technology to our kids and youths for a better and fulfilled future.
We do our best but the little you can support our program with can help us do much more. Support and partner with us today to help take a child off the street and support the needy families.