How do we select our projects?

Our focus is to provide education to children who would otherwise not have the opportunity to receive an education.

Our original agenda was that all of our schools be in countries that Bryn had travelled to, however over the years we have extended our reach into Africa.

We work with local organisations and relevant government organisations in establishing Bryn's School projects. Our objective is to form lasting relationships with both our schools and the communities in which we work. We provide ongoing assistance to support the schools by way of building renovations, building extensions, teacher salaries, provision of school uniforms and books and by providing community education programs where necessary.

One indisputable fact is that the needs are far greater than our ability and resources are able to meet, so we select projects that we are able to complete and support through to self-sufficiency.

“A rock pile ceases to be a rock pile the moment a single man contemplates it, bearing within him the image of a cathedral.” ― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince

We have so far worked on six schools in five countries.

Select a school below to find out more

School 1
Tien Tien,
Phu Chu Province
School 2
Sierra Leone
School 3
Klic Village,
Ratanakiri Province
School 4
School 5
Koung Tonle Kroum, Prey Veng Province
School 6
Bor Town
Southern Sudan

The future

We are currently exploring opportunities in both Nepal and Myanmar for new school projects.

We have spoken to Australian residents who have come from these countries and their guidance has been invaluable. In the future we will travel to these countries to do an independent appraisal of the needs before engaging with local government.

It is also important to establish relationships with local groups who can support us such as local builders and suppliers.

At this point in time we are seeking to establish the support network in both Nepal and Myanmar.