The standard of global education is in crisis. We use fun games to teach children valuable life skills and we train teachers to provide a higher standard of education.
One billion children across the world live in conflict-afflicted areas. Our play-based approach gives these children the tools to settle disagreements with tolerance and words instead of violence.
In large parts of the world children’s rights are routinely ignored. For these vulnerable children, having one trusted person to call on can make the difference between a life lived in extreme hardship and one that is safe and fulfilled.
Over 6 million children still die every year due to avoidable diseases such as HIV and malaria. Our approach teaches children to stay healthy and avoid disease.
Women and girls are often the poorest and most vulnerable people we encounter in our work. Our games help to empower girls and close the gender gap.