130+ community partnerships and local leadership committees 25,000+ children enrolled in a UWS school 700+ local and government teachers
In partnership with Blue Ventures and the Axian Foundation, we are launching a pilot program with five schools in the remote communities of Andavadoaka to open in 2022
50+ community partnerships and local leadership committees 3,000+ children enrolled in a UWS school 200+ local and government teachers
48+ community partnerships and local leadership committees 8,000+ children enrolled in a UWS school 500+ local and government teachers
Our Partner School Program matches US schools with UWS schools overseas to create experiential learning and empathy opportunities for students in Elementary School through High School
Because of donors like you, UWS has provided classrooms for 48,000 children.
United World Schools (UWS) believes every child deserves access to quality, inclusive classrooms. With a pioneering model that builds primary-education schools in remotes global communities for less than $35,000, we have grown to more than 260 schools across Myanmar, Nepal, Madagascar, and Cambodia. With an average annual operating budget under $10,000 per school, our scale has grown steadily while maintaining quality that exceeds national standards in performance, gender equity, attendance, and graduation.
85 cents out of every dollar raised goes directly to our schools!
As UWS looks to expand its UN Award-winning model to exponentially more communities and countries, we embarked on a multiyear engagement plan to launch our 501(c)(3) non-profit operations in the United States. No country on earth has more influence on global education policy and resources available to impact it.
Whether expanding the UWS network of schools through American donor support, influencing policy makers and partner organizations with our model, or simply raising awareness on the world stage for the millions of children who will never see the inside of a classroom, UWS’ US team is building generational change for children all over the world.