We want to achieve inclusive and equitable quality primary education for all in Nicaragua by 2030.
According to the Global Partnership for Education, it costs only $1.25 per day to educate a child in a developing country. Today, we want to fill the financing gap and deliver quality primary education to all children of Nicaragua. The funds will be spent to upgrade and build schools and education facilities that are disability and gender sensitive to provide safe and inclusive learning environments for every child in the country. Out efforts are geared towards increasing the supply of qualified teachers, adapting infrastructure and study materials for students with disabilities, enabling access to electricity and drinking water as well as sanitation and handwashing facilities in schools.