The Teach Them To Fish Foundation builds schools in Cambodia and builds schools in Uganda for orphaned and disadvantaged children who do not have schools to attend while emphasizing the importance of enabling young girls at risk for human trafficking to go to school for the first time in their lives. Currently, we have eight operating primary schools (six schools in rural Cambodia and two schools in rural Uganda). We have educated more than 4,000 children. We have three additional primary schools under development. Our mid-term goal is to build an additional twenty primary schools. The Teach Them To Fish Foundation also maintains the Save the Children Fund to assist children displaced during times of natural disasters. In addition, since 2006, we have expanded our work to include the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. In Indian Country, we sponsor youth development programs. We meet the needs of Native American children by providing food, clothing, shoes, fuel, educational support, and a safe house for students who fall homeless and risk losing their lives because of alcohol, drugs, or physical abuse.
To learn about our schools, the Save The Children programs such as mobilizing support for the earthquake victims in Haiti, bombings in Israel, food for Cambodia, Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, and the earthquake in Nepal, and our humanitarian services on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, click on the location icons on our world outline map below.
Be sure to read our articles highlighting our efforts to help educate girls and watch for the release of our new books, The Road To Kitgum and the Greatest of All Times.