Edlumino Education Aid

A Registered Charity in England and Wales1166131
We are a registered charity of qualified teachers from the United Kingdom providing emergency education and support to children currently in refugee camps.  

We focus solely on the education and welfare of children.
“Education is really important. It transforms children’s lives...It’s not fair that these children should be sitting in muddy fields and missing school for two years.”
Dr Rory Fox in Guardian Newspaper Interview 23/1/2016    

“But the superhead and his colleagues may just be working miracles in the mud.”
 Reporter Joe Shute on the work of Edlumino in the Telegraph 25/3/2016
Our Education Aid past and future projects involve colleagues in camps across the world.  To find out more about our work
supporting refugee education click below:
We currently rely entirely on donations from the general public and businesses. To find out more about how to support education in refugee camps click below:
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Edlumino in the media

Our work featured in the Guardian

 Reporter Sally Weale from the Guardian visted us this month with Photographer Sean Smith. Read about their coverage of Edlumino's work and future projects by clicking the button below. 

Please do get find out more about how to support Edlumino work via the 'get involved' tab. (5th August 2016)
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Please contact us with any queries, ideas or for further information. We are fortunate to work with many talented groups and organisations. 
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We maintain a regular blog of the work that Edlumino involved with. There are featured Edlumino Team blogs and guest blogs from our volunteers. 
If you would like to donate your time or money please get in with us via the get involved page. We currently rely on donations and small grants to fund our work.