There are 258 million children around the world who do not know how to read or write.

Our vision is of a world where no child is ever denied the chance to learn.

Introducing “Education Leadership Through Crisis,” a multi-week video series featuring interviews with education leaders from across government, the private sector, and civil society. Over the course of six weeks, we featured 11 guest speakers, each bringing their experience to bear on the current COVID-19 crisis. 

children have received a second chance education

Thousands of vulnerable children experience joyful learning in our classrooms each year

%

of graduates transition to government school

Luminos graduates complete primary school at nearly twice the rate of government school students

months of
joyful learning

Luminos students catch up to grade level in 10 months, and graduate happier and more confident than their peers

10-month program

Literacy and numeracy

Activity-based learning

Learning how to learn
4x as many reading hours

Costs as low as $150 per student annually

Our programs have expanded to reach 152,051 children across Ethiopia, Liberia, and Lebanon. That’s great, but we need to significantly scale up our reach if we ever hope to get every child in school and learning.
That’s where you come in.

Our programs have expanded to reach 152,051 children across Ethiopia, Liberia, and Lebanon. That’s great, but we need to significantly scale up our reach if we ever hope to get every child in school and learning.
That’s where you come in.

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Hunger, Safety, and Aspirations: New Data on Student Well-Being During COVID-19 from Liberia

A new piece of research in collaboration with the Liberian Ministry of Education exploring the psychosocial needs of vulnerable children living through COVID-19. Read about some of our findings >

Featured  Blog

Hunger, Safety, and Aspirations: New Data on Student Well-Being During COVID-19 from Liberia

A new piece of research in collaboration with the Liberian Ministry of Education exploring the psychosocial needs of vulnerable children living through COVID-19. Read about some of our findings >

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