Because Only Together We Can

Build a World Where All Youth Are Safe, Strong & Valued

Who We Are

We bring together donors, international organizations, civil society, including youth and teacher organizations, the private sector, and private foundations to transform education systems so that all children, especially those who are marginalized by poverty, displacement, or disability, can get a quality education.

 

We support the places with the greatest need: those with high numbers of out-of-school children and weak school completion rates. We focus on reaching the children who are most marginalized and vulnerable, including girls, children with disabilities, and those who live in poverty characterized by extreme poverty or conflict.

Our unique model has helped many places significant progress in improving access, learning, and equity, and achieve better outcomes for hundreds of hundreds of boys and girls.

What We Do

01.

Access to education

Marianists Trust expands access to education for the most marginalized children,  displaced people, across all places.

02.

Inclusive education

We supports places to build equitable and inclusive education systems where all children can learn in a safe and healthy environment free of discrimination.

03.

Education in crisis

We help places strengthen and rebuild their education systems during and after a crisis so that children don’t lose out on their education.

04.

Quality teaching

Teachers form the backbone of education systems. We help to improve the quality of education by empowering teachers, and ensuring they are qualified, motivated and well supported.

05.

Education planning

We provide technical assistance and funding to lower-income places to help them develop and implement good quality education plans, which are fundamental to building stronger and equitable education systems.

06.

Early education

We supports lower-income places to improve equitable access, quality, and learning outcomes in the early years by providing technical and financial support