Ending Poverty with Quality Education
If we don’t help them, the cycle of poverty will continue forever.
We help vulnerable youth that come from countries where education isn’t free. They have to pay for their tuitions, desks, meals, books and uniforms. Yet, they come from households making on average of $25 a month and many have lost one or more of their parents.
Revo’s father died when he was nine and his mother is HIV +. Despite all that he has gone through, Revo is overcoming barriers Read more.
At only seven-months-old, Neema’s father passed away and soon after her mother. Find out what Neema’s dream is Read More.
Christina is a very strong and competitive girl. She loves to play sports and bike. Find out what Christina’s dream is Read More.
Christopher always wears a smile wherever he goes. His father died and he dreams of helping his mother and village. Find out how Read More.
Deo lost both of his parents by the time he was five. His grandparents needed help themselves and couldn’t care for him. Read More.
Eliona is full of spirit and always helping others. He lost both of his parents when he was a baby. He has a dream of helping people with brain damage Read More
Inno is an artist and has been molded through great loss in his life. He wants to use his education to be an engineer and improve social services in Tanzania. Read More.
Juma is an incredibly talented athlete. When he grows up he wants to be an engineer and build his own car that uses remote control. Read More.
Omega has had severe trauma in her life. Yet, she is filled with love and compassion. Omega is currently attending college in Tanzania to become an accountant. Read More
Her name means love and she is full of it despite coming from extreme poverty and loss. Upendo loves history. She hopes to travel to the United States one day. Read More.
Esther’s dream is to be an engineer. Although she comes from extreme poverty, she has two hard working parents who believe in education. Read More.
When Jackie’s parents passed away, she went to work on her grand-parents farm. She is motivated to help others and wants to be a doctor when she grows up. Read More.
Margareth attends one of Tanzania’s best all-girls schools. Her father passed away. Her mother sells vegetables to help care for her. Read More.
Peter ran away from an abusive situation at a young age and now hopes to get an education and make sure that those who used to abuse him are taken care of. Read More.
Arnaud was born in Burundi, a small country in East Africa. He escaped becoming a child soldier with the helps of MAD and others. He has progressed fast in school Read More.
After loosing both his parents and living with his blind grandmother, Sydney felt the only way to survive was to start working at the age of 10 years-old. Read More.
Jonas wants to be a pilot. He has lost both parents and two siblings. His goals are to finish high school, go to college, help educate others and fly to new heights. Read More.
Despite losing both of her parents, Mary exudes joy. She is a hard worker and dreams of being an orthopedic surgeon one day. Read More.
Shabani attends Tengeru, an all-boys school in Arusha, and is a top performer in his class. He enjoys reading running and soccer. Find out about his dream Read More.
Aya is an accomplished young lady from Syria that had to flee a war zone in order to find refuge and safety. She now attends Riverstone International School in Boise, ID. Read More.
Gift is a gift! Despite losing his father and struggling to take care for his mother, he loves to giggle and play. His biggest struggle right now is his health Read More.
Joseph was bound to working on his grandparent’s farm and couldn’t attend school. He is now in school and wants to build the first hospital in his village. Read More.
Mwenda was born in Kenya and then moved to Tanzania after his parents passed away. He hopes to be a politician or lawyer one day. Read More.
Subirah currently attends nursing school and says that MAD brought her from the darkness of the world into the brightness of the world. Read More.