Access to education is a key part of children’s rights and we are therefore distributing bursary funds to needy students in the Kasigau Corridor REDD+ project communities. As part of our REDD+ project, Wildlife Works has awarded over $368,000 in scholarship money to students in the project area.
Recently, we awarded bursaries to 2,906 students going to university, college, polytechnic and secondary school. These students come from orphaned or single parent families, and they receive the funding through income made from selling carbon credits. Through the help of bursary funds, the students are able to fully achieve their goals in the near future.
Find out how we are impacting communities in our latest blog, link in bio