educate51k
in partnership with educate a child

Building Tomorrow’s five-year, $12 million plan to provide a safe, local, permanent, quality & supportive learning environment for 50,980 out-of-school children in hard-to-reach communities across Uganda.

why?

Access to quality education remains elusive for many across Uganda, particularly in rural areas. The flow of education-related capital, human resources, training and oversight to rural communities is severely limited. For 1,200 parishes identified by Uganda’s Ministry of Education, no formal primary school exists at all. With the World Bank estimating 439,000 children out-of-school and UWEZO recording 85% of rural P3 students in-school as unable to read, write or do basic math at a P2 level, the time for action is now.

HOW?
step 1
step 2

Construct 60 primary schools.
impact:
480 Teachers employed.
300 Hard-to-reach communities empowered.
12,780 out-of-school students enrolled and retained.

Learn more about our schools.


hire & train 150 Ugandan college graduates
impact:
450 head teachers in hard-to-reach schools empowered.
38,200 out-of-school students enrolled and retained.
3,600 community leaders trained in effective school management.

Learn more about our fellows program.

Building Tomorrow is proud to partner with Educate a Child for our Educate 51k initiative

Educate a Child (EAC), a program of Education Above All, is a global initiative launched by Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser of Qatar, which aims to significantly reduce the number of children worldwide who are out of school. In Uganda, the EAC and Building Tomorrow partnership aims to increase enrollment, retention, and completion of primary school for children who are currently out of school. EAC supports Building Tomorrow's work to engage individuals, families, teachers, communities, governments, local partners, and advocacy groups to create powerful education initiatives that are crucial to fighting poverty.