Schools for Africa

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UNICEF helps in Rwanda through the project "Schools for Africa" ​​in building child-friendly model schools. Thus, thousands of children get finally get qualifications. See below for examples of what the children need. More: www.schulenfü Rwanda 400,000 children are still not in school; particularly orphans and girls are disadvantaged. In you can help, that finally gets his place in the school each child. Donate specifically to the program in Rwanda, the part of the successful campaign "Schools for Africa" ​​is. Offering programs in eleven countries now UNICEF will help to ensure that by 2015 all children go to school and they successfully complete. For basic education gives a child the chance of a better life. Using the PAYBACK customers and other supporters of UNICEF Germany has already reached 3.6 million children. "Schools for Africa" ​​- that UNICEF needs your donation: Building Schools UNICEF helps dilapidated classrooms of rehabilitating or build new ones. Provide drinking water and latrines, UNICEF ensures safe drinking water and basic latrines in schools. UNICEF protects children against diseases and give hygiene rules. provide educational material UNICEF provides students and teachers with books, booklets, and teaching materials. For the classroom provides UNICEF benches, tables and plates ready. teachers educate UNICEF trains teachers to better meet the children in the classroom. Headmaster for help to organize the school system well. Promoting Health At many schools UNICEF promotes regular examinations and vaccinations. Education in the classroom helps to protect children from hazards such as AIDS. Disadvantaged children support UNICEF also helps to strengthen solidarity and helpfulness among the students - for example, by student clubs for orphans and other vulnerable children.



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