2017 Reasons to Thank You!

Why did you decide to donate to Humans for Education?

  1. Is it because you love children, and you believe that going to school is important?

  2. Is it because you believe that education is the cornerstone to all progress?

  3. Is it because you want to see communities thrive, spreading health, hygiene and sex positivity to all?

No matter what the reason is, we at Humans for Education would like to

thank you.


Without you, we would have no way to spread knowledge and health to hundreds of children - and, in turn, their communities.  

This was Humans for Education’s most successful year yet!! Let’s go over some of the things that you, with your kind and thoughtful contribution, have helped us accomplish:

  1. We started a new Revenue Generating Program at two schools, Destiny Sharper and Mpopongi Primary!

    1. This program is a small business designed for sustainability and will help both schools generate approximately $14,000 of annual income.

  2. 150 desks will be purchased for Mpopongi Primary, ensuring that no student will have to sit on the floor.

  3. Destiny Sharper will be building a brand new kitchen, which will be much more healthy and safe for students and staff.

  4. Destiny Sharper will also be purchasing over TWO THOUSAND new, updated textbooks!

  5. Our WASH Program has been implemented at both schools!

    1. Because of this, all girls have three years worth of menstrual pads, and every student has access to clean water and handwashing stations.

  6. Data shows that our programs have led to an increase in attendance.

  7. We have fully funded 29 students for 2018.  

    1. This includes meals, tuition, books, school supplies, uniforms, shoes and socks for each child.  This only costs $230 per student!

2017 has been an amazing year for Humans for Education.  Hundreds of children are safe, healthy and educated thanks to our programs.  

And we could not have done it without you!


Happy Holidays, and thank you for being a part of the solution.


Casey Adrian and the Entire Humans for Education Team



Daphne Pariser