Darrington Architects is delighted to support the charity
They work to give children the education they need and fight the inequalities that stand in their way. We feel this work resonates deeply with some of our own values and our experience in working in the education sector.
We have seen first-hand how improving educational environments can transform the lives of children in poverty. That’s why we’re partnering with Build Africa, who have, for over 20 years, ensured vulnerable children in Africa get the right infrastructure, teaching and family support so they can get the most from their time at school and go on to lead productive, healthy and happy lives.
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We are proud to have supported the charity
Street Child prides itself on being willing to go to the world’s toughest places where others won’t, including remote, hard- to-reach areas and fragile, disaster-affected states. Street Child currently delivers programmes in 16 countries across Africa and Asia.
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