Fafali believes that access to quality education is a necessity and a fundamental right for every child regardless of their constraint. We provide the means and access to quality education for children of underserved communities. We are committed to cultivating the optimum academic potential of each child. Our education program consist of three projects; STEM, Literacy and Art.


To bring about a paradigm shift in early learning and aims to keep curiosity and genius streak of children intact through the growing years. Also, to provide hands-on learning that applies to the world around us. STEM activities build and teach creativity, problem-solving, life skills, ingenuity, resourcefulness, patience, and curiosity.

Activities; Basic Computing, Mathematics and Graphic Design

Projected Activities: Programing (Coding), Website Design, and Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV/Drones), Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Artificial intelligence.


Provides early intervention and supplemental literacy instruction to underserved children. The three overarching goals of the program are: 1) To improve literacy skills among school children 2) To increase grades and test scores in reading/language arts 3) To remove academic barriers for youth that do not have access to technology/literacy materials at home and are underperforming academically

Activities: Brain Project (After School) and Anumle Cluster of Schools Project (School Partnership), Homework Help

Projected Activities: Reading Clubs, Debate Clubs, Spelling Bee Clubs


Fafali’s Art project is to stimulate creativity and imagination. The goal is to communicate ideas and thoughts; use as a tool for self-expression, use as a form of therapy, or help children to find beauty in life.

Activities: Photography & Videography, Drawing & Painting, Drumming & Dancing

Other Educational Projects/Activities

Teachers Seminars and Workshops

Inter School Quizzes and Competitions  

School Help

School Infrastructure development

Teaching and Learning Material Donation

Partnership Network

Pen Pal Project

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