What we are doing
The Acronis Schools Initiative finds underserved and neglected communities where children and adolescents suffer from a lack of educational infrastructure and poor learning environments.
Working with non-profit organizations worldwide, the Acronis Schools Initiative builds schools that meet the unique needs of each community and helps find to solutions to the infrastructure challenges that can affect a school’s effectiveness.
By building the schools needed to spread knowledge in underserved regions of the world, we plant the seeds of opportunity for individuals, families, and communities.
Why we are doing it
Children in the world are between the ages of 6 and 14 Gaining knowledge is so vital to our existence, the United Nations considers education a fundamental human right. And students aren’t the only ones who benefit from gaining knowledge. Research shows that education not only leads to higher individual income, but it is also a necessary foundation for long-term economic growth.
Children are not achieving minimum proficiency levels in reading and mathematics Unfortunately, UNESCO found that more than half of children worldwide are not able to reach the minimum proficiency levels in reading and mathematics. In fact, those excluded from education are among the most vulnerable in the world.
of the children and adolescents worldwide are not learning In response, and to honor Acronis’ 15-year anniversary, the first program the Acronis Foundation is funding is the Acronis Schools Initiative, which will construct 15 new schools in underserved communities around the globe during the next three years.
The school serves 150 children between the ages of 4 and 11 years old, and is a part of the Branch High School in Ata, Kyauk Padaung Township.
Once completed, this primary school building in the Simanjiro district will expand the number of students with access to an education from 125 to more than 565.
This school building provides an education to 453 children aged 5 to 12 from Prei Changha and three surrounding villages in Meanchey Province.
This school building currently provides lessons to 525 students from the district of San Antonio in the department of Sololá, with a planned expansion to help another 265 pre- and primary students.
This school building will help 140 boys and girls from the village of Soupa Serere get their education in proper conditions.
Improvement and extension of the primary school building in Santa Province of Ancash Department, which currently provides an educational opportunity to 130 students.
A new school building will provide a safe educational environment for 115 children in the village of Dong Na Kham, Laos.
The new school will be constructed of large, stable tents, to give more than 250 Syrian refugee children the opportunity to learn and grow.
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