We are a small charity, dedicated to minimising our overheads and getting as much
money as possible to South Asia.
£100 will buy a year's teaching materials in a pre-primary school
£300 will pay a teacher's salary for a year
£350 will buy recreational materials and books for a school
£5,000 will educate 100 pre-primary school children for a year
£6,500 will provide comprehensive care and primary school for 200 children
After successful completion of the donation process you will automatically return
to our website.
Learning for Life seeks skilled volunteers to work in our London office, in the
- Writing project proposals
If you can commit to at least one day per week, we would be delighted to hear from
you. Please email us with your CV at firstname.lastname@example.org
In exchange for your time and skills, we will provide ongoing support and help to
develop your particular interests as you gain valuable NGO experience
Learning for Life is pleased to invite applications from potential partners working
in the field of education. To request an application pack, please email email@example.com
LfL works with regional partners in Afghanistan, India and Pakistan, assisting partners
in providing educational services to children up to the age of 18. We support the
development of innovative curricula, programmes that increase enrolment of children
- particularly girls in rural areas - in education, health and civic education and
vocational training. We support programmes of advocacy that align with LfL's own
policy of advocacy, and in order to assure quality, we also support teacher-training
programmes. We only work with parents insofar as they are involved in their children's
- LfL works with regional partners in the field.
- Potential partners will be required to complete an LfL proposal form, complete with
budget and LFA. Should the proposal fall within the guidelines, an LfL staff member
will conduct a field visit prior to signing an MOU with new partners.
- A signed MOU will be the result of any partnership.
- LfL will only work with religious organisations provided they demonstrate concrete
and verifiable evidence of being interfaith or secular in their work and the communities
- All partners will share information, resources and expertise.
- LfL will write grants and help partners to acquire funding. All writing will be
a collaborative process.
- LfL is responsible for developing and maintaining the monitoring and evaluation
process for all projects. Partners will be responsible for conducting evaluation
and monitoring activities with LfL's assistance from the start to the conclusion
of each project.
- All aims, outcomes, inputs, sustainability and indicators will be agreed upon mutually
by LfL and their partners.
- Grant renewals will be done by mutual agreement, if feasible to continue.
- LfL is not solely a donor; we are active participants in projects and will intend
to share data from each project nationally and internationally. Any products including
syllabi, reports, pedagogical models, created during the lifetime of a project,
will be considered part of the deliverables due LfL.