Who We Serve
World Education considers the environment and external forces that influence populations and how they access education. Refugees may have been educated in their home country but now find themselves without the language or work skills necessary to succeed in a new setting. Children in rural areas often have to walk miles to attend school, while children in cities struggle to learn in overcrowded classrooms.
World Education understands the complexities of providing education in different contexts. As with all World Education programs, our approaches and activities are designed to meet the needs of given populations in their specific environments: