GULF FOR GOOD'S
SAVE A SCHOOL CAMPAIGN
ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN:
Gulf for Good invites you to donate ‘Virtual School Items’ to help support children at the Enjoro School in Tanzania.
Your donation(s) will support the children as follows:
• AED25 = A pencil each for twenty-five children
• AED100 = Exercise books for ten children
• AED250 = Lunches for five children for a month
• AED500 = School uniforms for five children
• AED1,000 = One month's salary for a Special Needs Teacher
• AED2,000 = Five children's wheelchairs
ABOUT THE CHARITY:
Funds raised through this campaign will provide on-going support for children at the Enjoro School in Tanzania.
The Foundation for African Empowerment (FAE) is a not-for-profit nongovernmental organization dedicated to improving access to quality inclusive education for all children especially those with special educational needs and disabilities in Tanzania through providing support services, awareness raising and advocacy.
Enjoro Primary School is one of their projects, a public school currently with 824 students and 12 qualified full time teachers located at the Enjoro Maasai Village in northern Tanzania. Results from a preliminary participatory community assessment showed that this Maasai community has tremendous needs in terms of improving access to education for all children including those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). This community identified access to education as their number one priority.
Click on the link to find out more about the Foundation of African Empowerment
FUNDRAISING IN THE UAE:
This campaign is held in association with local not-for-profit Gulf for Good, whose purpose is to change the lives of underprivileged children around the world.
The breakdown of how donations are distributed are as follows:
- 75% of funds raised go to the Enjoro School in Tanzania
- 15% of funds raised go to Gulf for Good (not-for-profit in the UAE and registered UK charity) for their sustainability
- 10% of funds raised go to International Humanitarian City for their emergency response work
Learn more about Gulf for Good here: https://www.gulf4good.org
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