Sustainable education

Our mission is to unlock the potential of Africa by delivering equal access to affordable, quality secondary education

Following the launch of our Network Journalism competition earlier this year, it's clear that PEAS schools are home to many budding writers. In total, almost 100 entries were submitted and each showcased a high level of writing talent. The winning entry was from Kato, an S4 student at one of our Ugandan schools. 

All at PEAS are overjoyed to have won the top prize at the Civil Society's 2013 Charity Awards. If being selected as the International Development Charity of the Year - itself a hugely prestigious accolade -  wasn't enough, PEAS received the honour of being chosen as the overall winner of the awards!

In November, the BBC's Education Correspondent Shaun Coughlan visited Uganda to speak to different stakeholders about the issues that the country's education system faces. He spoke to children, teachers and government officials, and paid a visit to one of our schools to see first-hand the education that PEAS' schools offer. 

In need of a special present? Give a PEAS gift and share your generosity with children in Uganda. All of our Alternative Gifts have been carefully chosen by PEAS after assessment of the needs of our schools and students.

Sustainability isn't just a buzzword at PEAS. It is the sustainability of our schools that makes the PEAS model scalable and innovative, and ensures that the impact they have on children in Africa will endure.

Read what Justine Greening (Secretary of State for International Development), New Statesman, BBC, The Guardian, Spear's and others have written about us.