Blossoms of Guyana exists to help every child living in Guyana reach their full potential
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Our Impact/Our Progress
Students Impacted through the improved literacy
Schools in Guyana remain underfunded. The consequences of underfunding over the long-term are serious. Underfunding has resulted in read system that cannot attract and keep qualified teachers. Under funding has also been responsible for a lack of learning materials, lack of access to technology, inadequate learning facilities and low functional literacy in students.
We address the low functional literacy plaguing schools by providing reading books for libraries and for classrooms.
We address inadequate access to technology by providing computers, laptops, printers, projectors and other media equipment and internet to schools where needed.
We address the lack of materials by providing teaching supplies, providing school supplies, and other equipment including printers, toners, print paper.
We will address inadequate learning facilities by renovating school libraries so that students have a safe and fun environment to learn to read.
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To improve educational opportunities for students living in Guyana. We accomplish this by providing books, computers, school supplies, and other necessities to help create a safe academic environment.
Our vision is a country where every child in Guyana has an opportunity to succeed.
We believe that a strong educational foundation will lead to success as an adult and translate into contribution to the greater society.
At Blossoms, our mission is to improve the educational outcomes of low-income students living in Guyana
By giving to Blossoms of Guyana you can help to address the most pervasive needs facing Guyanese schools, teachers, and students to help improve educational outcomes.