EDUCATION IS THE MOST POWERFUL WEAPON AGAINST POVERTY
In education lies every human being’s right to access their true potential in life. Education is at the heart of almost everything we do at GoPhil. We believe that everyone should have access to quality education and the tools needed to learn, empower oneself and contribute to humanity.
GoPhil partners working in education include:
AVANI Women & Child Rights - India
AVANI is a prime example of how grassroots, community-centric work can solve some of India’s toughest problems, including child labor, child trafficking and female infanticide.
Aula Mágica - Guatemala
Aula Mágica provides access to high-quality, early childhood education: a seed of opportunity that allows all children to grow and thrive.
Blue Dragon Children's Foundation - Vietnam
Blue Dragon’s mission is to provide exceptional care using a wide range of responsive and preventative services to Vietnamese children and families in crisis while creating long-term change for a better world.
Children's Education Foundation - Vietnam
CEF’s mission is to break the cycle of poverty by helping girls from impoverished or marginalized communities access education and training.
Collaborative Schools Network - Nepal
Collaborative Schools Network (CSN), is an organization working to transform the quality of public education offered to some of Nepal’s most disadvantaged children.
Comunidad La Esperanza - Guatemala
Equity is a core and guiding principle at CLE, a middle school in Guatemala which believes that all children deserve a chance (and a second chance where needed) to succeed.
EntreMundos - Guatemala
EntreMundos was established in in 2001 to shift the power imbalance and elevate smaller, local organizations, associations and grassroots groups in Guatemala.
Equal Community Foundation - India
ECF was established in 2009 to address the national epidemic of violence against women and their mission is to raise every boy in India to be gender equitable.
Free to Shine - Cambodia
Free To Shine’s team of Education Officers and Social Workers travel up to 90 minutes each way by motorbike, navigating tiny dirt roads through the jungle, to reach the most at-risk, rural communities.
HUSK - Cambodia
HUSK works closely with disadvantaged communities to develop grassroots solutions to these everyday issues, helping them to meet their needs, realize their potential and break the cycle of poverty.
Journeys Within Our Community - Cambodia
JWOC team believes that access to quality education can make the greatest difference in the lives of Cambodian youth, providing the opportunity for them to become leaders in their communities.
Laos Educational Opportunities Trust - Laos
LEOT’s primary focus is to supplement local efforts and ensure students can access quality education and the skills they need to be successful in the future.
Maji Moto Enkiteng Lepa School - Kenya
Maji Moto prevents girls as young as six from a childhood that includes early marriage and FGM by preparing students to be the community’s next generation of leaders and change-makers!
PEPY Empowering Youth - Cambodia
PEPY works in the rural and remote areas of Cambodia where students would otherwise not have the access or wherewithal to pursue higher education and find skilled employment.
PHASE - Nepal
PHASE works in some of the most remote villages in Nepal, providing lifesaving, highly integrated services and resources to men, women and children each and every day.
SPID-SMS - India
The SMS center was established in 1991 as the first of its kind to provide the support desperately needed for children growing up on the infamous GB Road, the second largest 'red light district' in the world.
TARA Child Protection & Empowerment - India
Child protection is at the core of TARA's work, and this focus shines through when hearing the TARA children talk about their rights and responsibilities as citizens.
Vikalp Sansthan - India
Vikalp Sansthan was created in 2004 by a group of young social workers determined to fight for children’s futures by ending child marriages, gender-based violence and gender discrimination.