We build schools in rural Liberia to provide access to education to children who have never had the chance to go to school We tackle the barriers to girls' education and give more girls the chance to go to school Offering children the chance for an education isn’t just about providing the schools.
To date, we have helped over 8,500 children to go to school, including helping 1,500 Ebola-impacted children following the crisis. Find out how Ed Sheeran and Russell Howard have been helping Street Child get children back into school in Liberia here.
We support quality education through our teacher training programme.
Liberians in Edmonton, a small and tight-knit community, are heartbroken and consoling each other.
“We lost our sisters, we lost our friends, we lost the aunts to our children,” Sophia Savice told CTV News.
Liberia was still healing after years of brutal civil war when it was hit by the 2014-5 Ebola epidemic.
Liberia has some of the world’s worst education indicators.
Sustainability is at the heart of what Street Child aims to achieve.
For many families that we work with, the cost of education is too high.
Edmonton’s Liberian community is mourning the death of three women killed in a car accident near Lloydminster early Friday morning.