Worldwide 124 million primary school-aged children and adolescents do not have access to adequate education and we want to help change that.
Restless Development, first established in 1985, is a UK based charity that operates in 9 countries across Africa, Asia and USA. The primary objective of this youth-led global agency is to create leaders that will prevent and solve world challenges; through empowering young people to have: a voice, a living, sexual rights and leadership. At StudyRight, we believe that young people are the key to establishing sustainable communities that are economically, socially and environmentally equitable.
StudyRight is committed to supporting and endorsing the invaluable work of Restless Development, as we too believe that young people should be encouraged and offered opportunities to shape and determine their own future.
At StudyRight, we believe that empowering women is essential in ending poverty globally. For this reason StudyRight supports the work and ethos of the UK based charity, Wonder Foundation. Established in 2012, Wonder Foundation provides resources for local women-led projects based in 10 countries across Africa, Asia, Central and Southern America. The charity improves the well-being of women, girls and families through 4 core competencies: sharing knowledge, community engagement and participation, raising awareness and investment. It also creates sustainable change by empowering women to make informed life decisions through providing training and skills, as well as engaging men to be partners in building each project. Like Wonder Foundation, StudyRight wants to make a change to people's’ lives not just statistics.
United World Schools
United World Schools is a UK based charity with the goal to 'teach the unreached', with projects in Cambodia, Myanmar and Nepal. At StudyRight, we strive to empower every child through education so they can make their own decisions, decide their own fate and actively engage in solving world issues. United World Schools, like StudyRight; believe that the key to reaching every child in a sustainable way is to work with and support communities and local teachers.