What We Do
Access to education
Marianists Trust expands access to education for the most marginalized children, displaced people, across all places.
We supports places to build equitable and inclusive education systems where all children can learn in a safe and healthy environment free of discrimination.
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.
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.
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.
We supports lower-income places to improve equitable access, quality, and learning outcomes in the early years by providing technical and financial support
Highlights of the Trust !!
- To establish and maintain schools, colleges to impart academic, professional and technical education.
- To establish and maintain hostels, orphanages, homes for the aged, juniorates, novitiates, houses of studies, seminaries, health care facilities,Ashrams, retreat centers, cultural and continuing education centers.
- To render financial assistance to the above institutions.
- To promote socio-economic health, and cultural development particularly of youth through teaching and other methods.
- To carry on such activity or activities in order to promote the above object of the Trust, and objects of a charitable nature.
- To aid financially or otherwise any projects or programmes of similar nature either run by the Trust or any other charitable institution.
- To establish and maintain centers for youth especially school drop outs and impart vocational training and aid them for self employment.
- To affiliate or collaborate with such charitable organizations having similar projects.
- Care of Orphans – Street and working Children