81-year-old retired army Major Mick Stanley was so moved when he saw the crisis unfolding in Ukraine that he's decided to take to the water in his boat; 'The Tintanic', and raise money to support Ukrainian refugees. The one-man rowing boat is completely homemade, constructed from sheets of corrugated iron and decorated with flags and bunting.
We’re delighted to share that the number of classrooms we are supporting for Rohingya refugees on Bhasan Char island in Bangladesh has doubled this summer.
Take a look at the progress that has been made and meet student, Puri.
The Body Shop At Home has been a passionate supporter of Children on the Edge for decades and this month we popped our Christmas hats on - in near 28 degrees of sunshine - to celebrate with consultants at their Christmas conference.
It’s been an exciting time for the children at our learning centres in Kutupalong in Bangladesh. Classes returned to school in July with a warm colourful welcome from their teachers and they received brand new text books.
Take a look at the joyful photos we received from our partners...
In Kyaka II refugee settlement, Uganda, Children on the Edge have been trying to find and develop better ways of assessing whether our early years programme is having a positive impact on the children we work with.
Are we effectively preparing them for their unknown and potentially difficult futures?
Find out how an innovative new approach is helping make assessments both meaningful and joyful.
Written by Sarah Ndlovu
International Education Specialist
Children on the Edge