WeTomorrow Education

Why education?

Education is a powerful agent of change, and improves health and livelihoods, contributes to social stability and drives long-term economic growth. Education is also essential to the success of every one of the 17 sustainable development goals.


At least 463 million students around the world have no access to remote lessons provided by digital or broadcast means and about 258 million children and youth are out of school because families don’t have the ability to receive them or governments are not providing them.


Sources: Unicef, Wall Street Journal


Education changes everything


Education combats poverty

With education comes opportunity, most importantly job opportunities. Higher education prepares children for a wider range of jobs and occupations, giving them the ability to change the cycle of poverty for their families.


Education builds character

Attending school helps us learn who we are, what we believe in, and what role we play in the world. This sense of self is essential to personal growth


Education promotes a healthy lifestyle

Children are introduced to nutritional concepts at school, they are encouraged to be active, and they begin to understand the importance of wellness.


Education is the first step to cross-cultural understanding

The more we understand the world, the more information we have at our fingertips, the greater our opportunities to see what life is like for “the other”.


How do we tackle the education problem

We give disadvantaged children the chance to get access to English and computer education and provide them with a safe space where learning can be fun and the doors to the World Wide Web are wide open!

Children impacted
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Every CHF10 invested provides 10 children with one English lesson.

It’s a solid investment; access to education is perhaps the single most powerful tool for sparking economic growth that humanity has ever known.