“I was afraid I might have to drop out from school. But now thanks to the scholarship I was granted, I can continue my education and be able to help my family”
Ujunwa, student at Lantana College of hospitality, Nigeria.
What are the difficult conversations we need to have in order to cultivate real social integration in the UK? A report back from our recent workshop explains.
Christina Kalachani investigates empowering spaces - one of the ‘five pillars’ of our work - from an educational neuroscience perspective.
On World Day Against Child Labour, we explore the power of good work to prevent hardship, support education and break the cycle of poverty.
Communications intern Beth Rochford takes a look at the context of women's education in Nigeria, exploring why it matters so much across the country.
Following the Wonder Foundation’s 2016 research, “Women Breaking the English Barrier” and discussions emerging from the NATECLA’s “Towards an ESOL strategy for England” , Wonder Foundation and Beyond the Page want to learn from those working with women who are learning English.
Join us & wear yellow this Sunday, share a picture and donate to help train 1,000 nurses to save lives in DRC!
We've teamed up with online retailer Sir Geek to celebrate the spirit of the Wonder Woman film with a pack of merchandise that will help fundraise for our education projects!