We are mobilizing and advocating for quality Education for the needy African Child. Illiteracy prevents society from developing at a steady rate: Many illiterate people are unable to support themselves. They depend on support from family, friends and the government. As a result, society must use its limited resources to take care of illiterate people and their families.
This support comes in the form of regular financial assistance, food provisions and job training programs. Dealing with the consequences of illiteracy has the potential to impoverish society. High illiteracy rates increase the crime rates in society: This does not mean every illiterate person is a criminal. However, some illiterate people commit crimes out of necessity. If an illiterate person is jobless, he may be forced to steal to feed his family. Eradication of illiteracy in African societies is our motivation.