Announcing our five new Navitas Education Trust partners for FY24
The Navitas Education Trust (NET) is excited to announce the following partnerships for FY24! For the past 10 years, NET has provided support to charitable organisations performing incredible work, bringing education to children around the world. Each year, we select a new round of partners to support new and innovative education projects.
NET funding will support the Leadership Training program in Phnom Pehn, which links leadership and education for children and young people in the community. Cambodian Children’s Fund aims to break cycles of poverty and abuse and create change in Cambodia by building the capacity of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable communities in the surrounding areas of the Steung Meanchey garbage dump.
NET funding will support the Advancement and Empowerment Programs in India, including after-school tuition, tailoring and typing, and IT training and library fund programs. Indigo Foundation is an innovative and independent community development organisation that works with local community partners around the world to empower women and girls, improve education and health outcomes, and defend human rights.
NET funding will support the Build a Future: Employability & Further Study Preparation Program for Disadvantaged students in Vietnam. Vietnam Foundation empowers people and communities in remote areas in rural Vietnam to break themselves out of the cycle of poverty with employability skills and access to education.
NET funding will support the KOTO Hospitality Traineeship Program for disadvantaged young people in Hanoi, Vietnam. KOTO is a social enterprise that empowers at-risk and youth in Vietnam through its holistic hospitality training program.
Classroom of Hope
NET funding will support the Rebuilding Schools program, using blocks from recycled plastics program to build schools in Lombok, Indonesia. Classroom of Hope creates a sustainable future by using recycled plastic waste to build safe environments for children to learn, families to live and people to thrive in rural parts of developing countries.