Motivated by compassion for “the least of these,” EduNations gives forgotten children tangible reasons to hope. Our mission is to to connect resources from affluent societies with the needs of the poorest in the world to provide education, opportunity, and hope. More than teaching the ABCs, we create schools in Sierra Leone, Western Africa, that become self-supporting beacons of growth and learning. Rescuing one child enriches a community, which strengthens a nation. By helping to educate forgotten children today, we help create a brighter future for this nation tomorrow. In addition to providing education to children during the week, these schools function as the center for their communities development by providing clean water, health education (eventually to include clinics), AIDS prevention, adult education, future vocational training, and community empowerment. By working closely with indigenous organizations and leaders, we create self-supporting schools that are pillars of nobility and strength. With your donations, support, and prayers, you are providing real hope to “the least of these.”

History

EduNations was founded in 2004, not long after the end of the infamous twelve year “Blood Diamond War,” by five families who had adopted children from Sierra Leone. Learn More

Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors helps to ensure the continued success of the EduNations mission. Learn More

Staff

Staff members in both Sierra Leone and the United States play a huge role in our mission. Learn More

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