Education is a vital human right and a significant factor in the development of children, communities, and countries. In poverty stricken areas, restricted access to education contributes to the transmission of poverty from one generation to the next because education is intrinsically linked to all developmental goals. Such goals include gender empowerment, improving health, reducing hunger, fighting the spread of diseases affiliated with poverty, spurring economic growth, and building peace. A strong part of our mission is to introduce education in the communities we serve. We know that this is critical as education promotes stability, good governance, and peace. Education can be the catalyst needed to pull families and communities out of the cycle of poverty. Knowledge gives children the power to dream of a better future and the confidence needed to pursue a full education, which in turn will help generations to come. Education also makes a significant difference for adults. When adults learn, they become role models to their children, who also wish to learn.