OBAT’s primary focus is to alleviate the suffering of thousands of stateless people stranded in refugee camps in Bangladesh. Its goal is to provide them with better living conditions, education and economic empowerment.
SAF provides opportunities for students at SAF member universities to study at a university in North America, Europe, Australasia and Asia for one year or one semester, including language learning or an internship as part of the program, and to earn transfer credit for their study abroad experience.
Visually Impaired Preschool Services (VIPS) is here for your child and your entire family. VIPS is the only agency in Kentucky or Indiana that provides early intervention and educational services to children who are blind and visually impaired from birth to age 5. VIPS also provides strong support systems for parents, siblings, grandparents and the whole family.
VIPS believes that children with visual impairments are children first and need the same types of experiences as other children. They need to play with friends, swing on swings and go to new places. However, these children have to gather information about the world in different ways. Certified teachers from VIPS who specialize in early childhood education can show these children how to use their remaining vision and other senses to learn about their world. Parents and caregivers also learn about their child’s diagnosis, are provided with tools for teaching at home and gain a better understanding on how to advocate for their child.
The WAZA ALLIANCE FOR QUALITY EDUCATION is a 501c(3) public charity, not-for-profit, non-governmental, non-sectarian organization. The organization is based in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. It was established in 2007 by a group of interested individuals, including Faustin Ntala, a professional educator who is a native of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Visualize yourself living on an annual income of $360. Would you send your child to school if it cost $25 a month? This is the question millions of parents in the Democratic Republic of Congo face. As a result of extreme poverty in the DRC, only one out of three adult individuals can read. A lack of quality education in the DRC is the underlying issue Waza exists to address!