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West Africa is facing an education crisis. Thousands of children in West Africa do not have the chance to go to school. Street Child's ability to support vulnerable children to go to school is unrivalled.

This winter, the UK government will match all donations to our Right to Learn appeal, pound for pound. 

Through UK Aid Match, from the 16th November to the 15th February, the power of your support will be doubled. Please use that power today. 

 
 
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Right to Learn Appeal.

West Africa is facing an education crisis. In Sierra Leone, less than half of children go to secondary school.In northeast Nigeria conflict has left millions of children out of school. Liberia is expected to be the last country in the world to achieve education for all. 

Donate.

Through UK Aid Match from 16th November to 15th February, the UK government will match all donations to our Right to Learn appeal, pound for pound, doubling the power of your support. Please use that power today. Give the gift of education. Change a life. 

Be Part Of Something Incredible.

This Winter, be a part of something incredible. Join Street Child as together we change the lives of 10,000 vulnerable children in West Africa and stand up for their right to learn.  Will you join us in changing lives this winter? 

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Be Part Of Something Incredible.

We want to raise at least £1 million to ensure that 10,000 vulnerable children in West Africa are given the chance go to school and learn to read and write. 

From the 16th November to 15th February, the UK government will match all eligible donations to our Right To Learn appeal, pound for pound, doubling our power to transform lives. 

With your support, we can help the hardest to reach, most vulnerable children. We will give them the chance to go to school. We will give them brighter futures. Together we will change lives this Winter. 

What are you waiting for? 

 
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Right to Learn.

The West Africa Education Crisis. 

 

Sierra Leone. 

In Sierra Leone, less than half of children go to secondary school. Poverty is one of the largest barriers to education. Poor families cannot afford the cost of sending their child to school. Without hope of learning to read and write, children are stuck in cycles of poverty.

When children are given the chance to learn, they have a chance to break free from poverty. 

Liberia. 

Liberia is expected to be the last country in the world to achieve education for all. In some of the most remote parts of Liberia, a lack of trained teachers and classrooms means children miss out on the quality education they need for a brighter future. 

It is not enough just to send a child to school. Learning to read and write is what changes a child's life. 

Nigeria. 

In Northeast Nigeria, conflict has left millions of children out of school. Conflict and crisis can have a devastating impact on a child's life. Giving a child the chance to go to school offers them a safe space to be themselves again, to play and to learn. 

When a child's world has been turned upside down, education is a chance of a normal life. 

Right to Learn.

Every Child Has A Story.

Our Right to Learn Appeal will help the most vulnerable children in Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Liberia to learn to read and write. The most vulnerable children are the most likely to miss out on the chance of learning to read and write. We will give a future to these children.

 
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