A List of Donors providing Non-Financial Support for NGOs dedicated towards Improving Education Worldwide

On 24 January 2019, the world will be celebrating the very first “International Day of Education” with the theme “Education for Peace and Development” to make universal quality education, a leading priority. This day commemorate people’s will to improve the standards of education and their resolution towards eradicating illiteracy.

By proclaiming the International Day of Education, UN member states recognized the importance of working to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education at all levels – so that all people may have access to lifelong learning opportunities that help them to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to access opportunities to participate fully in society and contribute to sustainable development.

Education plays a significant role in the overall development of an individual and widens the horizon of the person’s mind. It not only helps an individual to develop the skills required to improve their livelihood but also fuels the economic growth of a country. As it is rightly said, “Every single educated person adds on to the economic growth of the country.”

Education is a powerful means to ensure peace, harmony, and development in any country. An individual must attain peace education to build in the universal values and behaviors. Without peace, harmony, and development democracy hardly has any meaning.

Education has always been touted as one of the most powerful tools we can implement in our global efforts to promote world peace and for the safe environment. Through education for peace, one should examine and discuss our core values and attitudes towards diversity, cultural differences, human dignity, tolerance and directing our efforts in achieving fundamental changes for the betterment of the society.

Development of conflict-sensitive education policies and plans is one of the critical interventions in promoting peace through education. Across the globe, various models have been formed to develop peace education by identifying new and challenging themes to generate regional cooperation toward transforming society.

Education offers children a ladder out of poverty and a path to a promising future. But about 265 million children and adolescents around the world do not have the opportunity to enter or complete school. More than a fifth of them are of primary school age.

They are thwarted by poverty, discrimination, armed conflict, emergencies and the effects of climate change. Migration and forcible displacement also affect the achievement of the education goals, as presented in the 2019 Global Education Monitoring report.

Therefore, there are many small and big non-governmental organizations dedicated towards improving education in various fields. There are several international organizations and foundations which are helping these NGOs and other charities in achieving this noble task.

Every year these organizations and foundations release their funding call with an aim to support the objectives of the NGOs working in the field of education. Besides this, there are several organizations which also provide non-financial support to the NGOs. Non-financial help include distribution of free books and computers.

As many NGOs seek non-financial help from donors, therefore, keeping this in mind we have listed some of the vital organization and foundations which provide NGOs with the same.

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  • raja says:

    our organization don`t have financial resources in its account , we used to moblized community as self help groups to benefit themselves and most of the support delvered to us are in -kind support

  • arifa khan says:

    i want fund for my PhD WORK

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