Edu for Every Child

USIDHR, through its EduforEveryChild program, provides resources to

support children from low-income families with the opportunity to attend school. Your one-time donation can

make a big difference


Edu for Every Child is a program dedicated to providing resources and materials to children from low-income families so they can attend school. With 258 million children not attending school, USIDHR supports vulnerable young girls and boys worldwide. By donating to #EduforEveryChild, you can make a 100% tax-deductible contribution to help break the cycle of poverty through education.

We are fighting poverty by giving children the opportunity to receive an education. There are 258 million children at risk, and only one in ten will ever go on record as being educated throughout their lives – but you can help us change this!

We provide Edu-Boxes with supplies for every student that includes back-to-school essentials like clothes, shoes, backpack and school supplies so they have everything needed for an entire school year!


Our Edu-Boxes contain all the necessary supplies for a child to attend school for an entire year. The contents of the boxes are sourced locally and prepared by our in-country partners, based on the cultural and social needs of each country. These are some of the items that the boxes contain: School Backpack, Shoes, Uniform, Lunch box, Notebooks, Pencil case, and other school supplies.

Where do funds go?

At our nonprofit, we understand the immense impact that education can have on a child’s life. That’s why we collect funds in two ways: through donations and our program services. With your donations, we can ensure that 100% of the funds go directly to children from low-income families, providing them with the resources they need to attend school and break the cycle of poverty.

But the demand for education is so high that we also supplement our Edu for Every Child campaign with funds from our program services. By investing in our courses, training, and coaching services, you’re not only gaining valuable knowledge and skills but also helping us reach more kids faster. It’s an opportunity for you to make a difference in the lives of these children while investing in yourself.

Together, we can create a brighter future for these children and give them the tools they need to succeed.

Haiti, 2024

Our Edu For Every Child program is off to a powerful start in 2024! Thanks to your support, we've reached over 400 children in Haiti, and expanded our reach to children rescued from conflict areas. We express our heartfelt gratitude to USIDHR Regional Director in Haiti, Ms. Chrislie Luca and our incredible partners and their volunteers at OCCEDH for their unwavering dedication! Together, we've provided Edu Boxes to those in need, ensuring access to education. But our journey doesn't stop here. With 258 million children worldwide in need of educational support, our mission continues. Thank you to all our donors and supporters for making this possible! Your generosity fuels our impact. Let's keep empowering every child through education! Follow our impact and donate to Edu for Every Child above.

Romania, 2023

Empowering futures, one meal at a time! In impoverished Transylvanian communities, our initiative, 'Edu for Every Child - Romania,' ensured a lifeline for 200 children in need. Over three months, we delivered daily hot meals, offering nourishment and support to enhance their educational journey.

Peru, 2022

The USIDHR team continued to fight for all children worldwide to reclaim their right to an education. One in every four Peruvians does not have enough money to meet their basic needs. So USIDHR gave financial support and helped 250 unprivileged children
receive educational supplies and toys for Christmas.

Mexico, 2022

USIDHR continued their support for kids at risk of poverty that have a hard time continue their studies. We have helped another 100 children of various ages at a school in Mexico City.

Ukraine, 2022

USIDHR team traveled to Romania on a humanitarian mission in March 2022, immediately after the war started in Ukraine, to support Ukrainian mothers and children arriving daily at the CATTIA Refugee Center in Brasov, Romania. While many organizations focused their efforts on other regions, such as Poland, Germany, and Austria, USIDHR aimed to help the the poorest and those who cannot travel long distances at one time come to centers such as this. In partnership with Pro Afaceri, the Brasov City Hall, and the Center for Integration of Migrants Brasov, USIDHR provided much-needed supplies such as food, baby formula, milk and water. Also, USIDHR team delivered a FREE human trafficking prevention training for the center staff, volunteers, and Ukrainian refugees to help equip them how to protect themselves and their loved ones against the dangers of human trafficking.

Romania, 2022

USIDHR has supported 100 special needs children from Romania. Together with our country partners from St. Parascheva Orthodox Charity in Chicago, and Colegiul Sf. Nicolae, we were able to bring the Edu Boxes to Romania at special needs school from Botosani and help 100 Romanian children in danger of getting their education disrupted due to lack of resources. They all received Edu-boxes containing special education materials and classroom supplies as requested by the teachers, as well as shoes and clothing for the Winter.

Pakistan, 2021

USIDHR has supported 200 vulnerable children ages 10-17 from rural areas in Pakistan. Together with our in-country partners from MAPS, we were able to bring the Edu Boxes to Pakistan and help 200 Pakistani children in danger of getting their education disrupted due to lack of resources. Children from different schools and different areas were identified and selected to be a part of the program. They all received Edu-boxes containing uniforms, shoes backpacks, school notebooks, supplies and more.

Want to bring Edu For Every Child in Your

Area? Fill out the form below

Write about your organization, number of staff and volunteers, what is your mission, include specific details about activities/projects that you have developed so far, how many years in operation. Minimum 500 words. Incomplete applications won't be considered.

Please provide a description of your proposed solution and project for your country. You must include data on how you’ll conduct the initial research of identifying what children need help and a peer-reviewed analysis of the situation on the ground on the reasons why the children selected don't go to school.

Please provide the goals and objectives. Be very specific what you'd like to achieve, who you'll help and number of children, and how you plan getting to those results. Examples: Goal of project: • Identification of children who do not attend school due to above reasons but willing to join school and only lack financial stability and afraid of typical education. • Enrollment of 50 out-of-school children in phase-II and motivate 200 children to attend school who possess resources but lacks interest. Project Objectives: • To eradicate Child Labor from our community • To support local government to reduce out of children school figure • To enhance interest of children in education • To make them responsible, disciplined and respectful citizen • To introduce them with technology and digitalization • To give them resources, tools, and necessary items to study • To establish primary financial grounds for the children with poor financial status

Please provide the expected results from developing the Edu for Every Child in your country and how you are going to measure the impact and the success of the project. See example below: Reduced Child Labor and promoting equality Child Labor cases are very high in Rahim Yar Khan region, this project will somehow contribute in eradicating child labor and will help those children to serve our nation. They will also be providing equal opportunities to grow and enjoy educational life.

Please provide details on monitoring and reporting after the project was implemented, how you are going to measure the impact and the success of the project.See example below: ­ Review activities proposed by ________ team and make necessary inputs following project indicators and objectives ­ Review activity reports proposed by team and highlight challenges. ­ Discussion with team on their performance records and reporting weekly. ­ Check monitoring tools qualitatively and quantitatively if they are in line with project milestones and objectives.

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