The Elias Fund provides scholarships to children in Zimbabwe to get a better education. According to the UNESCO, the rates of female children out of primary school is higher than that of male children in all the African countries where data is available.
The underlying logic of the initiative was one of centralization, thus enabling the largescale distribution of the equipment. Increase access to schools. Parents from every country surveyed reported paying even though, by law, primary schooling is free.
In some places in Africa where women marry at age 12 or 13, education is considered a hindrance to a young woman's development. Between and Uganda enrolled over 2million participants in the functional adult literacy program. There are currently ten schools taking part in the project.
It promotes a hybrid approach to adult programs, allowing for a wide range of learning techniques, even purely cognitive lecture, so long as community values are accounted for within the lesson.
Twenty States in sub-Saharan Africa have been touched by conflict since Funding may come from public or private sector sources.