every child has the right to education...
it begins with a school
help send a child to school
build. educate. empower.
RISE builds primary schools in rural Angola to educate children, empower communities and contribute to the rebuilding of the country.
Every child has the right to education. We target vulnerable and marginalized children, those living in poverty that face multiple barriers to education, and deserve the basics that all children deserve – food, safety, healthcare, education, and clean water. Education is at the heart of better economic opportunities, healthier families, individual freedom, and empowerment.
“Education is a powerful driver of development and one of the strongest instruments for reducing poverty, raising incomes, promoting economic growth and shared prosperity, and for improving health, gender equality, peace, and stability.” World Bank Grouplearn more
the RISE timeline
Since 2003, RISE has built 192 schools which give over 138,000 kids access to education each year! With a focus on expansion of our Monitoring & Evaluation component, info is tracked in our database. The timeline shows the number of schools, classrooms, and students per year, including a photo and map of the location. Better data means better schools.Monitoring and Evaluation
Click on a school to learn more.
you can help
It costs $350 to give a child in Angola the opportunity for education.
Take action today and give a child the chance to go to school!
RISE Brewery Tour 2022… drink beer. do good.
Join us for a Private Brewery Tour…
have fun and give kids in Angola the chance to go to school!
Saturday, June 25th | 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Learn more and sign up HERE today…
Watch the Red Cross Heroes Event
Lynn Cole, RISE Executive Director, is being honored as a 2022 American Red Cross Hero, receiving the Global Citizenship Award! Wednesday, May 11, 7:30 – 9:30 am CST. Attend virtually.
A Great Event!
Interact with Africa’s Tuesday Trivia Challenge was a great event – 6 rounds of tough questions, pizza, a raffle, students and faculty, teamwork, energy and fun! Thanks for giving more kids in Angola the chance to go to school!