Our educational partners are drawn from the non-profit and for profit, governmental and non-governmental agencies. They provide direct educational support, whether it be training, educational supplies or funding. Educational partners also help in the design and implementation of programs.
Teachers Without Borders is a non-profit (501c3), non-denominational, international NGO founded in 2000, devoted to closing the education divide through teacher professional development and community education.
Books For Africa. A simple name for a simple organization with a simple mission. We collect, sort, ship and distribute books to children in Africa. That's all we do. Our goal: to end the book famine in Africa.
Carnegie Mellon University is a global research university. Recognized for its world-class arts and technology programs, collaboration across disciplines and innovative leadership in education, Carnegie Mellon is consistently a top-ranked university.
Better World Books capitalizes on the value of the book to fund and support literacy initiatives locally, nationally, and around the world.
InterConnection works to make Internet technology accessible to under-served communities around the world. Our goal is to create an international community network via the Internet that fosters a two-way flow of support, information and expertise among organizations working to make a difference.
Our development partnerships are mainly drawn from the business community. They include corporations, foundations and service groups. Develop partners provide sponsorship that helps support our programming.They also support us by underwriting and offsetting the cost of shipping and/or specific program implementation.
DHL is the global market leader of the international express and logistics industry. DHL specializes in providing customers with innovative and customized transportation solutions from a single source.
The National Christina Foundation is the 14th largest community foundation in the country. Since 1945, it has worked to improve the quality of life in the Pittsburgh region by evaluating and addressing community issues, promoting charitable giving, and connecting donors to the critical needs of the community.
The International Reading Association was founded in 1956 as a professional organization for those involved in teaching reading to learners of all ages.
Our community partners are all the individuals and organizations that we work with in implementing our initiatives. They are located in the communities in which we work and are the beneficiaries of ProjectEDUCATE programs and initiatives.
Our community partners cover all areas of the community ranging from schools to hospitals, orphanages to community organizations.
Besides being on the receiving end, community partners also help in the creation, implementation and evaluation of ProjectEDUCATE programs. Helping to ensure that programs are relevant to the needs of the community and that community is involved at all areas of a project cycle. This approach helps to foster and support a sense of ownership and is in part for responsible the success of our programs.
- Primary and secondary schools
- Colleges and universities
Circle of Friends
Our Circle of Friends is drawn from ProjectEDUCATE friends, donors and supporters. Our Circle of Friends has three categories. Our Circle of Friends Partners come from all areas of the global community and provide a wide range of support services. Our Circle of Friends encompasses all of our partners, donors, sponsors and volunteers.
Circle of Friends Ambassador program is an initiative under OperationREACH-OUT. The initiative is designed to connect Zambian students and their counterparts around the world as a way of fostering, encouraging and supporting information and cultural exchange between schools.
Our Circle of Friends Support Partners support our work with a monthly contribution. They provide much needed financial support that helps our work. We encourage you to join our Circle of Friends by becoming a support partner. As a Circle of Friends Support Partner you will receive a quarterly update on ProjectEDUCATE activities.
It takes a village ... the global village.