THE SCHOOL PROJECT: Tule Ade

imagine1day will start a three-year project to build a new school, upskill teachers and unlock new opportunities for the village through education. They will build four new primary school classrooms, an early childhood education classroom, a library, gender-segregated latrines and playground. They will provide books, stationary, science equipment and sports kits. And imagine1day will provide teacher capacity building and community leadership development training.

The cost of building a school is $139,872.  The imagine1day team ventures into some of the most remote areas of Ethiopia and creates the possibility of an entirely new future.   The community commits to two things: 1) Every child attends the school; and 2) Raising $10,000 as a community to have skin in the game. The 2016 RIDE VS ONE will fulfill the Tule Ade project. 

 

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WE GET OUR HANDS DIRTY.

Our rock star team of education experts travel to the most remote communities in rural Ethiopia to implement our projects hands on. As direct implementers, we’re able to track every dollar we spend and measure the result of each donation we receive.

 

WE DON'T JUST BUILD SCHOOLS. WE CREATE FUTURES.

imagine1day didn’t start because we saw a problem – we got to work because we were inspired by a nation ready for prosperity. Working within the public education system, we align each of our projects with Ethiopia’s current and long term education priorities, fitting perfectly with their vision of a future where all children have the chance to go to school.

 

OUR PROGRAMS GIVE ALL CHILDREN ACCESS TO EDUCATION.

We don’t believe in quick fix or band-aid solutions; our approach runs deeper than the bricks we lay or the books we supply. Don’t just take our word for it, join us on a journey to discover how we’re working with our partners to achieve our goals.

 

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Get more information about the charity @ www.imagine1day.org
100% of the money raised for RIDE VS ONE benefits Tule Ade in Ethiopia.