World Infants Alliance brings together young men and women from all walks of life in pursuit of its noble objectives in the service of children across the globe for a better world socio-economic and political order. It is an Organization of youth who are mindful of the need to give abandoned, sick and rejected children and orphans the opportunity to live, grow and be educated. The Aims and Objectives World Infant Alliance are as follows: Promote the teaching and learning of Education across GHANA through the use of games, digital and technology.Expose students to the many advantages of education. Perspective: What future for the children of the world? Advancement: Fostering the development and well-being of people on the basis of the international conventions in line with the promotion of human rights and those relating to the rights and well-being of children Normative Action: to contribute towards the formulation, review and implementation of international conventions relating to the rights and well-being of children.

Wherever you turn ,you can find someone who needs you.Even if it is a little thing ,
do something for which there is no pay but the privilege of doing it .
Remember you don't live in the world all of you own.

Mission Education is a national level programme of AEMWIA, which is committed to providing basic education to underprivileged children. AEMWIA believes that whether you are addressing healthcare, poverty, population control, unemployment or human rights, there's no better place to start than in the corridors of education. Education is both the means as well as the end to a better life; means, because it empowers an individual to earn his/her livelihood and the end because it increases one's awareness on a range of issues – from healthcare to appropriate social behavior to understanding one's rights, and in the process evolve as a better citizen. AEMWIA educational initiatives include Pre-school [3-6 yrs], Non Formal Education [6-14 yrs non-school going], Remedial Education [6-14 yrs school going] and Bridge Course [14-18 yrs drop-outs]. It works for education for underprivileged children who are under difficult circumstances, such as child labour, children of poorest of the parents, children inflicted and affected with HIV/AIDS, street and runaway children, children with rare disabilities, disaster struck children and slum children. Special emphasis is given on girl education and women education, so that they and their families get empowered. Since its inception in 2002, more than 200,000 underprivileged children have directly benefitted from the Mission Education programme.

What We Did Last Year
21,346 children directly provided education through 120 centers in 21 states
50% of total beneficiaries enrolled were girl children, to ensure a fair start for all

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