Navitas Education Trust
Drawing inspiration from the Navitas purpose of transforming lives through education, the Navitas Education Trust (NET) provides support to charitable organisations with an education focus to bring about change where it is most needed.
Since 2013, Navitas has contributed annual funds to the NET; assisting numerous world-wide education-based projects. These projects, in turn, have helped many people gain better access to education, improved the quality of offerings, and contributed to teacher training and infrastructure.
We are so proud of the work of all our partners, both past and present. You can read about our current partnership activity in the Navitas Education Trust Impact Report FY21.
Please note: applications for the FY22 round of funding are now closed.
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Current NET partners:
World Literacy Foundation - Sun books Project: KENYA
The Navitas Education Trust (NET) is currently funding a Sun Books pilot at the Ireti Girls Primary School in Makoko, located in the centre of Lagos, Nigeria. FY22 funding from the NET will go towards providing Sun Books to more schools, this time in Kenya.
To learn more, visit: sunbooks.org.
Assisi Aid Projects: INDIA
In India, Assisi Aid Projects supports thousands of rural women access income and skills to improve family life. Assisi Aid Projects also work with children from disadvantaged communities to improve educational opportunities and improve gender equality.
Funding from the NET will be providing ongoing support to Assisi’s Education and Skill Development Project to improve the education and livelihood of children across tribal villages in Tamil Nadu, India. Part of this next round of funding will go towards services for older children to develop computing skills.
To learn more, visit: Assisi Aid Projects.
Adara Group: NEPAL
The Adara Group consists of two Australian corporate advisory businesses, Adara Advisors and Adara Partners, whose sole purpose is to support their non-profit international development organisation, Adara Development. The group works to improve health and education for women, children and communities in need. NET funding will be supporting the Improving Seven Schools in Ghyangfedi, Nepal project.
To learn more, visit: Adara Group.
Classroom of Hope: INDONESIA
Classroom of Home is a non-profit organisation providing access to quality education in developing countries. Funding from the NET in FY22 will go towards the eco-block building schools project in Indonesia.
To learn more, visit : Classroom of Hope.