The pathway to opportunity starts at school, and ARAHA is deeply committed to ensuring that every child in the Horn has access to an education. Toward this end, ARAHA pursues a variety of different projects that focus on equipping students and schools for success according to community needs.
Projects in ARAHA’s education program area include construction for schools and universities, as well as ongoing support for students and teachers. ARAHA has particularly deep connections to the Shegerab High School in Sudan, which it constructed and opened in the Shegerab Refugee Camps in 2010. Programs to support the school are ongoing and include scholarships for alumni to continue their studies at the university level.
To meet the challenges of tomorrow, the Horn of Africa needs bright and talented leaders who have had the opportunity to attend university and engage with ideas at the highest level. Economic circumstances, however, prevent many students from continuing their studies after high school. Donors can give promising students the opportunity to attend university with […]
Having worked with scores of schools throughout the Horn, ARAHA is keenly aware that a child’s success in school requires ongoing resources and support. In acknowledgement of this fact, ARAHA invites donors to sponsor a student for one year. A contribution of $20 per month towards a student sponsorship will cover materials, uniform, and school […]
Teachers play an essential role in the education and development of a child. They act as educator, mentor, role model, and guide. And yet in certain communities of the Horn, teachers are underpaid or subjected to payment at irregular intervals. With our teacher sponsorship program, donors can sponsor the salary of a teacher for only […]