Our goal is to get more students from migrant backgrounds completing high school and into higher education in Australia.
In the Nuba Mountains our programs are designed to ensure more children have access to early education; to increase reading and writing skills in the broader community, develop and increase digital literacy skills for school children and adults and finally to, increase the number of students attending and completing secondary education
This program is designed to teach the value of teamwork and empathy. They build cohesion, life skills like self-awareness, problem solving. It also creates a fun environment to connect with peers and share anecdotal experiences, stories and ideas. This is an important aspect of the healing process for migrants
Culture is an important aspect of individual and collective identity. Our program offers safe spaces for refugees and migrants to participate in various art forms like poetry and storytelling, dance, singing, music, drawing, painting and theater. We teach the youth to learn how to express their emotions in new and creative ways.
Skills learned such as decision-making, communication, self-awareness and problem solving empower the youth and enable them to have a voice.
We assist the youth to develop critical thinking through self advocacy, community advocacy and societal advocacy training. They gain leadership skills, interpersonal and digital skills to tackle some of the biggest issues affecting them. We bring together policy advocates, thought leaders, change makers, and some of the sharpest minds in today's world to tackle some of the most pressing issues affecting refugees and migrants. By sharing their experiences young people are able to bring to bear issues that matter to them.
One in four children Inc. has a vision to make knowledge accessible to all who seek, this is supported by our mission to eradicate poverty by building a future where all children can read and write through education and knowledge sharing. We work with government and private organisations to focus efforts on.
Restoring the dignity of children by providing access to sustainable education and access to quality schooling for all children, as per article 26 of the human rights declaration;
Maintaining a commitment to championing and addressing inequality and inequity in African schools by;
Supporting sustainable capacity building in Africa through;
Tenaciously and rigorously speaking up for refugees and migrant rights, as well as defending instances of child abuse wherever they occur within the African continent, and globally;
Promoting and celebrating heritage, identity and African culture with the wider international community through Art, storytelling and performance arts.
Right now our biggest priority is to ship 20 thousands books that has been donated to us to the Nuba Mountains. We want to educate and bring change to the people in Nuba with one book at a time and we believe that it can start with you. With your support we would be to...
With your support it is our goal to raise 1 Million books in the next 2 years. Our aim is use donated books to Set up new or stock existing libraries in all counties in the Nuba mountains to Improve community literacy standards, and reduce student teacher ratio and promote equitable access to learning resources.
To provide a more sustainable solution, we believe that building a library is the culmination of many years of people's dreams. It will become the destination people can go to learn how to make their dreams come true. With knowledge, we believe that people can gain from the services and resources to be provided by the library.
Approach to Solving illiteracy in the Nuba Mountains is by working with Both Private and public schools to convert school libraries into community libraries for the benefit of all members of the community during prescribed hours.
Those who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones that end up chaning the world.