Our program partners
Nukoko Education Education works closely on the Education 4 All program with partners based in Togo: Le Réseau des Jeunes pour le Développement (REJED).
REJED is a not-for-profit organization based in Lomé, Togo. It is run entirely by student volunteers, much like Nukoko Education. REJED’s members operate with the interest of developing their country from within.
By working with a local volunteer organization, Nukoko Education eliminates unnecessary overhead administration costs, and ensures that basic needs are met in a way that is best suited to the country’s traditions and cultural practices.
Nukoko Education would like to thank our corporate supporters. With their generous support, we are able reduce our overhead expenses and ensure that 100% of individual donations go directly to our international projects.
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