Remote, but not forgotten: UNICEF & EAC launch education campaign in Kenya


October 06, 2015
NAIROBI, 5 October 2015 – UNICEF and Educate A Child (EAC) have launched a project to accelerate access to education for children in the most remote areas of Kenya. Operation Come-To-School seeks to reach 300,000 children by 2018.
EAC Previews Photography Book to Highlight Plight of Out of School Children


October 05, 2015
In a brief ceremony held at United Nations Headquarters in New York, Education Above All Foundation (EAA) previewed the book ‘Challenges & Reality’, a new collection of images from photojournalist Maher Attar.
Sports making a difference to children in difficult circumstances


June 23, 2015
In the year 2000 the world’s governments made a promise to provide primary education for all children. Despite this promise and the hard work of many organisations and governments, there remain 58M children who are out of school.
Qatar comes together for ‘A Night for Nepal’


June 02, 2015
A Charity Dinner and Auction on June 4th to support Nepal’s children.
UNESCO issues Incheon Declaration in support of new Education Sustainable Development Goals


June 01, 2015
From 19 – 21 May, 2015 three members of the EAC team along with several of their Education Above All colleagues participated in the World Education Forum (WEF) in Incheon, Republic of Korea.
Become a Partner

The power of partnership is critical to our operational framework. We recognize that there are many organizations that are already very active in working to get, and keep children in quality primary education programs, and that have extensive knowledge about the challenges that out of school children face.  EAC seeks partners to support the acceleration the identification, enrollment and completion of a quality primary education for a significant number of out of school children.

If your organization shares EAC’s vision of a world where every individual has the opportunity to learn through a quality primary education, and is interested in becoming an EAC partner, please visit the ‘Become A Partner’ section of our website to discover more about EAC partnership types and criteria.  Guidelines on submitting an Expression of Interest for partnership can also be found in this section.

Priority Countries


Based on international statistics, EAC has identified a number of priority countries where it supports partners’ efforts.

EAC is open to working with partners in these countries towards the enrollment of many more children, into quality education programmes.





Teaching and protecting refugee children in Rwanda


Since 2012, Educate A Child (EAC) has been in partnership with the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) in 12 countries across the world to provide over 270,000 refugee children with access to quality primary education. Rwanda is one of these countries.
Reaching marginalised children in Cambodia


In partnership with EAC, Aide et Action International (AEA) is leading a consortium of 17 national and international organisations to provide education to 57,372 out-of-school children in all 25 provinces of Cambodia by the end of 2017. The EAC project seeks to reach the most marginalised children, including children with disabilities, to ensure that they receive a quality primary education.
Qatar Airways Supports Educate A Child


Qatar Airways proudly supports the globally focused Educate A Child programme launched in November 2012 by Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, and recently made a donation of QAR2.4 million to help EAC’s worldwide agenda.
Changing minds about education in Kenya


More than 1 million children lack access to primary-level education in Kenya. The barriers to education for these out-of-school children are interconnected – conflict, poverty, gender-related cultural practices, and child marriage – and often create a self-perpetuating loop.
Invest in Sudan’s future generations


Sudan is the point where Africa meets the Middle East: a country with a rich cultural heritage and enormous potential for development. Any nation aspiring toward peace and prosperity must invest in its human resources, first of all its children; and Sudan is no exception.
Educate A Child invites you to make a donation

On average EAC invests US $100 to enable a child to fulfill its right to a quality primary education.

  • 2012/2013: EAC enrolled over 500,000 Out Of School Children and partners committed to enrol 1.5 Million.
  • 2013/2014: EAC enrolled over 533,000 additional Out Of School Children and enrolment commitments increased to 2 Million.
  • 2014/2015: To date over 1.7 Million are enrolled and EAC partners have committed to enrol more than 5 Million Out Of School Children.
  • 41 projects in 38 countries.

Your support in helping Educate A Child achieve its goal to reach 10 million Out Of School Children by the end of the 2015/16 academic year will make a big difference.



Join the EAC Team

EAC is, at its heart, is a commitment to children who are out of school; we help to provide millions of children with an opportunity to learn and to surpass the very real and significant barriers to education that they face, each and every day.

We are searching for the best candidates to join us in our unwavering mission to enrol and retain 10 million out of school children in quality primary education programmes.  If you think you can support us in achieving our goals and would like to join our growing team , please review the current vacancies below, which also contain information on how to apply:

Educate A Child is focussed and enthusiastic in its search for new team members; however, please note that due to the size of our small but growing team, EAC is unable to accept speculative applications and can only consider candidates that strongly match the advertised job descriptions.  

If your profile does not match the job description for the role that you are interested in and you feel that you can add value in another area, please visit the careers page at our parent foundation website: Education Above All and review the other roles currently available.
EAC wishes you all the best in your career search.

Disclaimer: The graphic presentation of boundaries used by EAA/EAC in this map is consistent with those produced by the UN Cartographic Section. This map is provided to facilitate the general location of supported projects. EAA/EAC does not have an official position regarding boundaries of or disputed boundaries between countries.

Meet our partners

EAC works with a diverse set of partners to accelerate the identification, enrolment and completion of primary education for a significant number of out of school children.