I donate

Donations provide the funds needed by IDAY members to carry on their actions in Africa and Europe. Your help will make a real difference in supporting local civil society organisations in their continuous efforts to advocate quality basic education.

For an overview of our programme expenditures and statements of financial activities see our latest Activity Report, Programme and Budget here.

Our accounts are audited annually and published in detail on Donorinfo. The Donorinfo Foundation provides impartial and transparent information to the public on the activities and financial means of Belgian philanthropic organisations dedicated to helping people in need, in Belgium and abroad.


IDAY-International’s bank details:

  • Triodos Bank
  • Account number: 523-0802667-67
  • IBAN: BE93 5230 8026 6767
  • BIC: TRIOBEBB

*Tax deduction on donations above 40 €.
Our audited annual account are published in full transparency on: L-Donorinfo-UK+base-COUL


If you are an US citizen, you can also donate to the IDAY American Friends Fund (King Baudouin Foundation United States): you can now support IDAY’s work through the IDAY American Friends Fund at the King Baudouin Foundation United States. The contributions made via this Fund are tax-deductible for U.S. tax purposes. Visit the Foundation’s Online Giving Center to support our programmes!


My school is involved

As a member of the Global Campaign for Education, IDAY regularly participates in the Global Action Week for Education.

We are always looking for schools commitment, in support or at the source of education-related actions, youth exchanges programmes, campaigns, etc.

For more information, please send us an email: info@iday.org or call +32 (2) 385 44 13.


As a company, I support IDAY

IDAY seeks partnership with companies that are sensitive about education in Africa.

They are many ways you can help achieve our vision: from financial support to skills sponsorship, IDAY gifts or mobilising your company on a specific project… helping IDAY carrying out its activities is a powerful way to boost your company’s social responsibility and make your employees happier.

Get in touch with us: send us an email at info@iday.org or call +32 (2) 385 44 13.


I volunteer

IDAY-International is looking for dynamic and committed volunteers sensitive to the rights of the African youth.

More information by email at job@iday.org or call +32 (2) 385 44 13.


I inform

We all agree that advocacy isn’t the sexiest topic. Yet it is the most efficient way for African civil society to develop their regions and countries. IDAY is thus seeking for journalists, writers, filmmakers… to help us raising voices for education in Africa.

If you want to cover some issues related to IDAY, make a film about our projects, or engage on any other form of collaboration to help us communicate about what we think is important, feel free to contact us: info@iday.org or call +32 (2) 385 44 12.


I join the IDAY network

Are you interested in IDAY’s action? We are interested in having you on board!

How you can contribute :

– Help organise the IDAY celebration in your country.

– Help the IDAY International team with translations, design, information technology, organisation of the June 16 events, etc.

– Help us getting better known and get in contact with other organisations in Europe or in Africa that operate in the field of education in Africa and might be interested in joining IDAY.

How to join?

IDAY is open to organisations and individuals sharing its vision and principles, as they are stated in the Charter. We consider that diversity makes strength, and members with various expertises are always welcome.
Joining IDAY implies a commitment to contribute one way or another to the activities carried out by the members… in other words, participate in giving life and visibility to the network!

Do not hesitate to contact directly the IDAY coalition in your country or IDAY-International.


Project Bank

Projects currently seeking funding (partial or total):

Project Name Countries Total Cost (€) Ratio Current expenditures / Investments Number of youngsters schooled or alphabetised Funds collected on 01/10/2015 (€)
49 Improving the quality of education with Artemisia annua in schools Tanzania 30 661  90/10 6 schools
48 Artemisia annua for improved quality in education DRC 3 390 4 schools  2 639
47 Promoting non violent communication among marginalized groups DRC 15 194 1 100
46 Improving quality education and health in schools Togo 134 690 11 600
45 Buffer zones against Ebola in schools Guinea (Conakry) 68 736 60/40 14 500 7 821
44 School clubs for the protection against abuse RDC (Kivu) 26 140 30/70 16 000
43 Fighting child abuse through education Togo 29 611 24/76 4 000
42 Fighting malaria to enhance quality education Benin 4 050 2/98 565 4 000
41 Improve health in schools with school gardens Burundi 60 878 4 500 25 000
40 Improve quality education and health through
fruit growing
Kenya (Narok county) 45 522 55/45 5 000
39 Improving access to information technologies for the disadvantaged youth RDC (Kinshasa) 30383 22/78 225 per year
38 Improving the conditions for quality primary education DRC (Kivu) 60 867 75/25 4 400
37 Quality education for Talibé children Burkina Faso 48 284 590
36 Multidisciplinary research on using Artemisia annua against malaria Kenya 948 500 0/100 whole school system
35 Cycling to school Burkina Faso (province of Poni) 9 967 21/79 100 (+5 each following year) 6 601
34 Cycling to school Burkina Faso (province of Passoré) 9 967 21/79 100 (+5 each following year) 6 601
33 Qualitative evaluation of learning outcomes in basic education Burkina Faso 20 025 0/100 whole school system
32 Integrated vocational trainging for children with disabilities Uganda 15 836 50/50 274 8 139
31 Quality Education and Improved Health through Malaria Control & Fruit Growing in Schools Burkina Faso 79 690 58/42 3 570 66 457
30 Fighting Malaria in Schools with Artemisia annua Burundi 3 339 90/10 1 900 3 339
29 Sensitisation and training for young domestic workers DRC (Kivu) 33 418 150 15 660
28 Protection and social integration of children born out of rape (phase 1) DRC (Kivu) 10 773 100/100 50 8 883
27 Rehabilitation of Top Care Primary School Uganda 5 511 25/75 370 5 268
26 Rehabilitation of Massaja Junior School Uganda 6 108 25/75 200
25 Rehabilitation of Jorge Primary School Uganda 5 972 25/75 350 pupils
24 Rehabilitation of Lampstand Academy Community School Uganda 5 869 25/75 250 pupils
23 Rehabilitation of Luwafu Parents Primary School Uganda 5 628 25/75 273 pupils
22 Soutien à la formation agro-écologique de jeunes déscolarisés Togo (Dapaong, Savanes region) 31 492 105 youngsters 28 348
21 Quality Education and Improved Health through Malaria Control & Fruit Growing in Primary Schools Uganda 6 212 3 054 pupils 6 212
20 Ecole derrière les barreau Cameroon (Western region) 53 686 200 3 000
19 Energy saving stoves for a feeding programme in 11 schools Kenya (Kibera slum, Nairobi) 14 450 0/100 2200 pupils 6 263
18 Nalinya Bright Primary School (extension) Uganda (Kampala) 7 998 238
17 Improving the quality of education with school gardens (nutritious & antimalarial crops) Kenya, Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda, DRC, Senegal, Togo, Benin, Burkina Faso 1 033 602 99/1 1.3 million 5 000
16 Rainwater collection & supply II Uganda (Kampala) 15 825 0 / 100 10 280 15 825
15 Programme national de renforcement de l’éducation non formelle Senegal Being examined Being examined Being examined
14 Maison d’ hébergement Enfants dits « sorciers » et autres (MHEED) DRC (Kinshasa) 31 423 51/49 140 11 000
13 Ecole Bokolisi (jeunes filles domestiques) DRC (Kinshasa) 28 466 57/43 180 5 686
12 Lukata Basic School Expansion Zambia Chibombo District Being examined Being examined Being examined
11 Récupération et réinsertion des enfants de la rue et en conflit avec la loi Togo (Lomé) 31 761 100/0 296 6 000
10 Community Integration and schooling of orphans and vulnerable children – Fonds des Enfants Soleil, extension Phase Togo (maritime zone) 402 793 5/95 1000 (first 7 years) 109 170
09 Lutte contre la traite des jeunes Phase I Togo (Dapaong, Savanes region) 40 036 80/20 45 schooled & 100.000 made aware of danger of human trafficking 30 000
08 Reconstruction of Nalinya Bright Future Pre & Primary School Uganda (Kampala slums) 3486 0/100 185 3 486
07 Cooking stove for St Christine School Kenya (Kibare slum of Nairobi) 645 0/100 250 645
06 Education de filles dans la plaine de la Ruzizi DRC (East) 10 088 98/2 100
05 Girls Education Project Uganda 10 945 36/64 30 000 10 945
04 Zero Illiteracy Project (ZIP) Pilot stage Nigeria and 3 other African countries 492 120 68/32 8 400
03 Rainwater collection & supply (8 schools) Uganda 4 811 0/100 4 200 4 811
02 Karimojong school Uganda 94 075 61/39 315 5 000
01 Alphabétisation domestiques. Rwanda
Burundi
104 819 60/40 1500 99 300

 

Submit a project

This space is at the disposal of IDAY members who seek funding for their education projects. The full description of the project presented according to a standard form must be sent to IDAY-International who holds the right to publish the proposal on condition that it meets the selection criteria. Only projects promoted by IDAY members, approved in line with the priorities of the government authorities and aiming at maximising the number of kids put or kept in school per invested euro, will be published.

Project promoters must send their proposals to IDAY-International and commit themselves to inform IDAY-International of any funding obtained for their project, whether through IDAY or any other channel.

Funds that seek to finance education projects in Africa can also publish their funding opportunity on this page. Only Funds which are members of IDAY and have paid their annual fee will be shown on the website.

The publication of a project on IDAY’s website does not commit IDAY in any way regarding the competence of the promoter, the validity of the project specifications and its implementation, unless IDAY-International is specifically charged by the donor, against reimbursement of costs of supervising these aspects of the proposal.

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