Our Projects

The LBW Trust supports a wide range of projects in eight countries and is currently supporting over 2,300 students in attaining tertiary and vocational qualifications.

GREEN VILLAGE SCHOOLS, AFGHANISTAN

http://www.greenvillageschools.org/

Fatima Habib, Medical Student “I am Fatima my father name is Gull Habib. I am in the third years in a medical school. Thanks very much from kindly help which your organization pay to my university and I will tell you one story of my life in university about money. There is one law in our university that we should pay money before they take the exam. If a student has money he can sit exam but if a student didn’t have money, he can’t sit exam.

When they start the exam the last of the students who had not paid the money, were sent to outside from exam. Tears come from my eyes and I say with myself, the God is kindly to find kindly peoples for me paying my university money. I haven’t met with them but they are ready to pay for my university. I am praying to God will help all time with them. I am very, very happy that I can’t say in my letter”.


Anara Maten, Medical Student “I am Anara and my father name Is Abdul Maten. My family and me is very happy from your help. If you would not help me this opportunity, it was impossible for us. Thanks from your help I want to be a good doctor so I well help with poor people. I have poor family. My father is a teacher. We have big family, 24 person in my family. I am very happy in our lessons. I love education. I hope very many girls get educated. This is my hope."

PRERANA, INDIA

http://preranamerit.org/

VIKASH EDUCATIONAL CHARITABLE TRUST (VECT), INDIA

http://vikas.org.in/

ASSOCIATION FOR INDIA'S DEVELOPMENT: INDUSTRIAL TRAINING CENTRE, INDIA

http://aidprojects.org/

KHERWADI SOCIAL WELFARE ASSOCIATION - YUVA PARIVARTAN PROGRAM, INDIA

http://www.yuvaparivartan.org/

SPRJ KANYASHALA TRUST, INDIA

http://www.spndoshicollege.com/

Mav Dimple Navin, Bachelor of Arts "A kite without a string is meaningless; a door without a latch is useless; a lock without a key is pointless. In the same way, a child without knowledge has no substance. 

We all know that poverty is a curse. In today’s life it is difficult to live in poverty – it is nearly impossible. Every person has a right to have a dream. Every one desires to have a life of a king, and achieve their highest goal. This may not be possible for all, especially for students like us. Therefore we are not able to shape our future in accordance with our dream. 

I hope you will always lend your support to our organisation and will thereby always help our students to stand on their own feet. Again, I express my gratitude to you, from the bottom of my heart."

EDNA MANLEY COLLEGE OF VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, JAMAICA

http://emc.edu.jm/

KAKENYA CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE, KENYA

https://www.kakenyasdream.org/

HEARTLAND SCHOOL, THE CENTRE FOR LEARNING AND CHILDREN'S RIGHTS, NEPAL

http://www.forchildrights.com/

Manisha Budhatoki is a member of the Heartland College teaching team. Along with her four younger siblings she attended the college on an educational scholarship. Manisha graduated with distinction for the School Leaving Certificate. She completed tertiary studies across Science and Research, graduating with honors.

Manisha was offered a full time teaching job at Heartland as a primary level science and mathematics teacher. She has successfully taught at this level and is a member of the curriculum development team. Manisha was the recipient of one of the 25 university scholarships on offer (over 25,000 Nepalis sat the scholarship entry exams) and she is now studying microbiology. She continues to be part of the Heartland community.

THE CITIZENS FOUNDATION, PAKISTAN

http://www.tcf.org.pk/

Shazia Meer is in her 6th semester of MBA at Iqra University “As I see my fellow peers who are all studying on self finance, I offer gratitude to TCF and the LBW Trust which have provided me with means and a source to continue my studies. I wish to help potential individuals like myself after the completion of my MBA so that everybody can have a chance at acquiring an education”.


Zakia Madad Ali is currently studying in year 3 in the Medical Program at Dow University of Health Sciences. “I want to build hospitals so that I can serve my people and my community” 

SPORTS SKILLS FOR LIFE SKILLS, SOUTH AFRICA

http://ss4ls.org.za/

CANDLE AID, SRI LANKA

http://candleaid.org/wordpress/

Madhushani, Second year law student “My parents are very poor and cannot help for my higher education. My ambition is to get a job and look after my family members”.

Tharangani Lakmal “I am studying in the faculty of Electrical and Information Engineering. My father is a farmer and cannot afford to pay for my education. I have faced a lot of troubles but thanks to your confidence in me, you reaffirm that my dreams are possible”.


Gianeshan Anaruddha “I like to thank you very much for awarding me a scholarship. This scholarship is very important to me because my mother faced many difficulties. My father died in my childhood and my mother is 63 years old now. She is unable to do a job at this age. My degree is a BSC in Transport and Logistics Management." 

FOUNDATION OF GOODNESS, SRI LANKA

http://www.unconditionalcompassion.org


Esira Sampath “I wish Foundation of Goodness to carry on those valuable social services to make it possible to come true the dreams of thousands of students in our country like me”.

SO THEY CAN, TANZANIA

https://www.sotheycan.org/

ONE VILLAGE, UGANDA

http://www.onevillage.org.au/

Paul Kasadha, Committee Member “Nursing and midwifery educational support are the areas of immediate need, they provide the best employment prospects and have the largest impact on community welfare. Uganda has a severe shortage of medical expertise”.

Helen Salaamu, 22, is a LBW teaching graduate. Both her parents died from aids, and whilst studying, she cared for, and educated, her two younger brothers, by working on her family’s small farm.