We have made incredible progress since our inception in 1994 thanks to the generosity of our donors who have supported our every step on this journey to provide school places to children affected by poverty. See for yourself!

Current progress

SCHOOLS IN OPERATION

In 2011

319

Currently (Up 20%)

382

 65% primary
 35% secondary

TEACHERS EMPLOYED

In 2011

3,650

Currently (Up 49%)

5,438

girls 72% female
boys 28% male

CHILDREN IN OUR SCHOOLS

In 2011

72,000

Currently (Up 44%)

103,790

girls 46% girls
boys 54% boys

ORPHANS ON SCHOLARSHIP

In 2011

7,100

Currently (Up 23%)

9,960

girls 48% girls
boys 52% boys

Our impact

GCSE

This year 13 out of the top 20 best scores nationally were achieved by our students when taking their matriculation (GCSE) exams. They averaged a score between them of 1064 out of an available 1100 marks, with the highest grade being 1082. 86% of the students were female.

 Best scores achieved by our students out of
the top 20 nationally:

2017

13

2018

18

 Gender diversity across our students
achieving the best scores:

2017

Boys 9%

Girls 91%

2018

Boys 32%

Girls 68%

 Average score achieved by our students out of
the top 20 nationally:

2017

1064/1100

2018

1066/1100

 Highest score achieved by our students out of
the top 20 nationally:

2017

1082/1100

2018

1078/1100

A LEVEL

This year 8 out of the top 20 best scores nationally were achieved by our students when taking their higher secondary (A Level) exams. They averaged a score between them of 1035 out of an available 1100 marks, with the highest grade being 1052. 75% of the students were female.

 Best scores achieved by our students out of
the top 20 nationally:

2016

1

2017

8

 Gender diversity across our students
achieving the best scores:

2016

Boys 0%

Girls 100%

2017

Boys 25%

Girls 75%

 Average score achieved by our students out of
the top 20 nationally:

2016

1025/1100

2017

1035/1100

 Highest score achieved by our students out of
the top 20 nationally:

2016

1025/1100

2017

1052/1100

Since 2005, we have provided 136,251 children with the ability to complete their schooling and gain an education.