Educational Projects


Many people in the developing countries do not receive proper education due to lack of acknowledging the importance of education and infrastructure. World Together serves to provide educational opportunities for teenagers and adults in order to relieve their lives from poverty, harsh childhood economic activities, and family work.

Many people in the developing countries do not receive proper education due to lack of acknowledging the importance of education and infrastructure. World Together serves to provide educational opportunities for teenagers and adults in order to relieve their lives from poverty, harsh childhood economic activities, and family work.

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Education can change people’s lives

There are about 58,000,000 children from developing countries world wide who cannot receive basic elementary education due to poverty, gender, and lack of infrastructure. More than 20% of the children from Sub-Saharan countries and 1 million children world wide (1/6 of total world childhood population) are not receiving basic education. World Together aims to fulfill the needs of children around the globe who awaits descent educational opportunities by providing great-quality education or provide scholarships to maintain their education.

Education for All Reports 2015: Achievements and Challenges, UNESCO

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Number of children around the world
who does not receive education

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Percentage of children quitting school
in Sub-Saharan countries

World Together is here to serve

World Together is here to serve

Vocational and Technical School Project

Foster competent personnel and provide equal educational opportunity to low class students through education and job training.

Library Project

Assist children who lacks contact with the world to understand thw world and provide opportunity to read diverse books.

Orphanage project

To Support the lower class children in order for them to grow as healthy social member in their community.

Scholarship project

Provide scholarship to student who lost opportunity to receive proper education due to poverty.

Kindergarten project

Create an environment that students and disabled students could study together

Local child center(Korea)

Provide academic program, mental & emotional care, and music class to help low class children.

Beneficiary of Educational Program(As of 2016)

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Kenya WingWing Library

Kenya WingWing Library

Carbanet, Kenya is a small town where only 12,000 people live in the town and outside downtown, there is no electricity. 50% of the population is considered poverty and 47% does not earn a dollar per day which their main economic activities is cultivating vegetables, coffee, corns, and beans. They do not enjoy the basic services that a human needs to enjoy such as health service and education. Due to poor economic conditions, their quality of life is very low and they cannot afford their children to go to school.

Kenya WingWing Library is

Kenya WingWing Library is a place where children in Carbanet can enjoy books as they wish. Since 2013, the library not only served a role as an library but also it offered numerous events to help the locals such as reading programs, reading tales to children, ABC Class, mother’s class, and college orientation. WingWing Library is a place that is ‘open for all age groups’ who desires education.

  • Region : Karbanet, Kenya
  • Number of Recipients : 200 Estimate(As of 2018)
  • Recipients : Local students and parents

Beneficiary Gilbert

“WingWing Library taught me the joy of learning and it offered me a scholarship for my high school. I want to become a doctor and help people that need my attention just as I learned from WingWing Library.”