Annual Milestones & Highlights

2022 was our best year yet. We provided more uniforms than ever before and had our largest fundraising year to date.

Increased Enrollment

At the start of the 2022 academic year, overall student enrollment increased by an average of 7.75% across Network Schools. A further increase of 2.5% was noted from the beginning of Term One to the end of Term Two.

High Student Attendance

An average 96% attendance rate was achieved during Terms One and Two by Network Schools.

Improved Academics

Results from an August 2022 standardized assessment for Class 8 students demonstrated that Network Schools achieved an average score of 244.49 against a sub-county average of 216.9.
Our Mission

We increase school enrollment and create economic opportunity by providing the world’s most vulnerable children with locally made school uniforms.

2022: Impact by the Numbers

Despite challenges—such as increased cost of materials and food shortages, which forced some families to prioritize work over school—we still managed to achieve so much in 2022.


Projects funded with 15 partners in 9 countries


Uniforms provided to children at 145 schools




Cents on the dollar went to uniforms


Tailors and support staff employed

Program Impacts

More Children in School

We believe every child deserves an education, regardless of where they were born or their family’s income and a uniform should not stand in their way. Through education we can end the cycle of poverty.

Sense of Agency

Uniforms instill or increase student confidence, pride, self esteem and self worth. Class participation increases and improves when students feel comfortable and at ease.


When a child is in school, exposure to risks such as gang recruitment, kidnapping, child labor and trafficking are reduced.

Economic Opportunity

All of our uniforms are made by local tailors earning fair wages.

Better and Safer Schools

Parents who can afford it pay $1 to $3 into a Parent Contribution Fund. Parents and school administrators then decide how to allocate it. This allows parents to have ownership in their child’s education and schools become safer, cleaner and more technologically advanced.

Community Engagement

Increased economic opportunity from locally made uniforms and school improvements from the Parent Contribution Fund create strong and stable communities.

Donors in Action

It was you, our donors, who made this our best year EVER.

You hosted parties to raise money
You joined our March Madness Tournament
You started your own compaigns and played 100 holes of golf for us
You had your companies match over $92,000 in donations
You collected donations in lieu of birthday gifts
Members of the Honor Roll provided 187 children with uniforms

What’s in a Uniform?

You provide our students with their full uniform that they wear every day, for the entire school year. While it varies by project, typically a uniform includes a shirt, pants or dress or skirt, sweater or blazer, shoes, socks and underwear. For Secondary school girls, we also provide a sports bra.

Listen to our Voices

2022 was our best year yet. We provided more uniforms than ever before and had our largest fundraising year to date.

Some of our Student Voices