“United Nations Universal Children’s Day was established in 1954 and is celebrated on November 20th each year to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving children’s welfare.”- United Nations (2018)
AMS believes that education gives vulnerable children hope for a brighter future. Our project partners work across our key pillars to help local children, in local communities who might otherwise be denied access to formal education, skills training or community centres.
In Kiribati, St Louis High School educated students from the corral atoll and capital of Kiribati, Tarawa. This small atoll is at risk of rising sea levels, a limited supply of ground water and lack of adequate sanitation. Click here to visit the project.
In India, Operation Rainbow supports children and their families affected by HIV/ AIDS by producing access to education, community workshops and counselling. Click here to visit the project.
In Bangladesh, St Marcellin School works with tea garden children who would not otherwise be able to attend secondary school due to the high cost of housing and transportation of other schools. Click here to visit the project.
Today, on this #WorldChildrensDay, we are reminded how important education is for every child.