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What We Believe

Children of Tomorrow’s projects are driven by four main goals. In the regions where we work, we enhance education through technology in order to:

  • enlighten the future for children;

  • empower them with a voice and the ability to choose;

  • elevate them to act as agents of peace in the prevention of extremism;

  • engage them in learning about and connecting with the rest of the world.


The education of children, especially of girls, has proven to have a dramatic effect in reducing infant mortality, fighting preventable diseases, and extending life expectancy. Improving health and education is the first step in bettering the lives of inhabitants in poor regions around the world.


During the first years of education, children develop an awareness of the world beyond what they see. Our aim is to provide them with the tools necessary to improve their social environment and affect positive change in their communities. Primary education is the intellectual foundation that gives people the ability to make sound decisions about their lives, and the voice to stand up to injustice. The majority of people in the areas where we work are barely literate, and as a result, they stand little chance of getting their voices heard and having fair representation.


In the regions where we work, the lack of formal education creates an atmosphere where extremist elements can flourish. We provide a more balanced education, enabling children to develop a critical mindset. Ideally, they can become the future leaders, acting as agents of peace in the prevention of bigotry and extremism.


Part of learning about the rest of the world requires actual connection. Through Children of Tomorrow’s projects, we raise a generation of global villagers. We aim to provide a source for children to interact and connect with people and their ideas in all parts of the world.


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Percentage of population under 15 years old

Percentage of population under 15 years old

Total per Capita Income
Total per Capita Income

Adult Literacy Rate
adult Literacy Rate

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