Our Success Stories
CAD has enjoyed much success since it became an NGO. One example would be the building of a new Primary School in Peas. CAD ran a community school in Peas for 7 years and by doing this, proved that there was sufficient demand for a government school. CAD then worked with the Department of Education to build a new school, which 176 students now attend. In 2016, generous people through ARUPE (Spain) built three more classrooms. Check out the school story.
The Child Friendly Schools program has also made a difference in the lives of individual children. To find out what it is like to walk a mile in their shoes, see the stories of children. For more information, visit Classroom of Hope. Other improvements include:
- Improving the quality of supplementary classes
- Providing small grants and sponsorship to families - One Family project
- Peas & Prektrob monthly health clinic - Dr Simon Stock
- Recycling and mobile library project - AODN project
Reduction of Student Drop Out Rates
A major benchmark used to measure the success of Child Friendly Schools is to reduce the drop out rate. See the Child Friendly Schools page for details.