Hear stories from students living as displaced persons in Thailand, and their shared dream of one day becoming teachers.
ADRA recognizes that education can help reduce vulnerability, safeguard against violence, abuse, and exploitation.
During the 2010s and early 2020s, Bangladesh experienced strong urban economic growth, a reduction in poverty rates, and rapid growth in primary school enrolments.
“I want to be a teacher, and I’ll help the deprived slum kids so they can obtain a primary education too” ~ Sumaiya
ADRAs Birds and Bees Project to Help Children in India Make Smart Choices about Health and Life Skills
Bike Rally coordinated to push awareness about youth educational program
SlLVER SPRING, MD (October 13, 2020) – The Seventh-day Adventist Church and its global humanitarian arm, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA), today announced the second phase of the Every Child. Everywhere. In School. campaign during this year’s global church leadership meetings.
In a small hillside village in western Nepal, Bhagwati kneels beside the fire and warms her hands in front of red-hot coals.
In Cambodia when Bopha Sun was just 10 years old, her mother fell ill so she was forced out of school and worked on her parents’ farm.