What We Do
The LBW Trust currently supports approximately 1500 tertiary students to undertake university or vocational education via 11 NGOs in 8 cricket playing countries; India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Afghanistan and Indonesia.
Projects we Support
Cape Town, South Africa
Providing support for students from disadvantaged backgrounds to enhance their talent in sport, while also providing the opportunity to obtain a tertiary education.
Aiming to stimulate economic development in severely disadvantaged rural areas of Odisha, the program provides education fees and housing for students to pursue university education, as well as tuition fees and lifestyle coaching for students in vocational courses.
Transforming slum communities by providing education to employment programs. The programs offer financial assistance for education and skills training to prepare for employment and placement support.
Providing funding to assist with the building of the infrastructure and curriculum for the Mamire Teachers’ Training College, supporting students at the college and post-graduate interns awaiting job placement.
Operation of a Teacher Training College and an accredited tertiary institution which is able to educate over 150 students per year.
West Java, Indonesia
Supporting teacher training programs for Afghan refugee volunteer teachers in Indonesia. Graduate teachers then teach refugee children while they and their families await the long process of resettlement.
Giving a 'second chance' to out of school deprived youth through vocational training and life skills. Assisting them to earn a decent living and become an asset to society.
Providing support for students from poverty-stricken areas of Sri Lanka to enrol in University, receive mentoring, English language skills and support their transition into the workforce.
Providing support to 4 orphans to attend university in Kabul. Studying Law, Political Science and Medicine our hope is these students go on to become future leaders in Afghanistan.
Supporting Maasai girls who have graduated high school to further their education at University in Australia and Kenya.
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