Children’s Education Scholarship Program
The scholarship program is designed to give children who live in disadvantaged communities with limited access to education and opportunity to get an education.
UAW leverages its in-country connections to identify communities of need. Scholarships would be provided at private institutions in close proximity to their community. The institutions are carefully researched and selected based on their performance and willingness to support the children.
The scholarship program
Is given to the recipients to study from nursery or primary level through secondary.
Covers school fees (tuition, uniforms, administration fees, books), meals, and transportation.
Requires parents to sign a commitment to support their child’s educational development and progress.
Will provide supplemental tuition (summer school, extra lessons) in the first year (if required) to help recipients familiarize themselves with the new school curriculum and environment
Will host a meeting with parents at the start of each school term to discuss how best to support their children, remind them of their commitment and the importance of their participation.
Has an appointed representative for UAW as well as an in-country representative for the parents and children. These liaisons are available to address any concerns and answer any questions