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To date, World Teacher Aid has constructed eight complete schools with a total of 40 classrooms, providing daily education for over 3000 students.

World Teacher Aid is a Canadian charity committed to providing access to education for students within settled IDP Camps (Internally Displaced Persons – communities that have been uprooted from their homes). We accomplish this vision through the renovation and/or construction of schools. Our current projects are within Kenya and Ghana.

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Write To GiveWTA Updates
November 29, 2016

Charity Starts in the Classroom

During my ten years of teaching primary school with the Grand Erie District School Board, I have helped organize a lot of fundraisers. Bake sales and clothing drives never felt like enough — a single act or event did nothing…
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NewsWTA Updates
November 2, 2016

The Three Phases

As we begin to take steps to start closing out the year, WTA will begin taking steps towards a new mission and vision in the way we will continue to support our schools and communities. During our Board Retreat this…
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“We've had the pleasure to not only work with World Teacher Aid, but also to have the opportunity to spend time with the children and the communities in Kenya that have been affected by their mission. It has become a huge part of ClickFunnels and our communities culture to continue to give back and serve. Thank you to Amy and Stu for making this possible."”

Russell BrunsonClickFunnels

“World Teacher Aid is run by some of the most humble, honest and loving people I’ve ever met in my life. Their team in Kenya have so much integrity and honesty. Every dime I’ve donated has been treated as a precious sacred gift. I know it's going to be spent ONLY on building schools and providing an education for deserving children. I have been to the World Teacher Aid schools in Kenya and met with students personally and all I can say is, thank you WTA for creating such an amazing charity that is really doing something valuable to change so many families.”

David Frey

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