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Weʼre raising £800,000 to Help funding water tap and borehole projects, supplying curricular and sporting equipment for schools in Africa.

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London, United Kingdom
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Imagine yourself as a 7year old in a remote village where a water well is 5km away, the nearest school is 10km away and you have to walk from Monday to Friday until you graduate. But your ambition to become a doctor/scientist/pilot/nurse. The chances of you achieving your dreams are very little or not even a chance because the school itself has no equipment for a doctor.

EduCare is a charity designed to help all schools in Africa with those educational needs and help our future doctors and scientists.

We aim to build and renovate as many schools as we can.
Construct water-taps and boreholes on every school in need.
Create effective farming systems to promote agriculture and supply food within schools.
Supply technology equipment such a projectors, computers, internet e.t.c
Supply sporting equipment and promote sports within schools.
e.t.c

Because of the corruption within African Leaders, we have to take an action as an independent organisation and reach out where the need is without any third parties involved.

We aim to solve water problems in all African Schools by end of 2020 thus if we raise enough funds for water projects. We need your help by either volunteering or donating.

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      EduCare

      EduCare

      London, United Kingdom

      A charity designed to help all schools in Africa with educational needs. There's still thousands of kids who has no access to education, even those who does they still have to walk miles to fetch water and that's at least an hour that should be spent on a Maths subjects. Help us

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