That’s why the brand launched ‘Learning for Tomorrow,’ a global campaign to support education. Learning for tomorrow is a long-term initiative to help give children in some of the world’s toughest areas the opportunity of a quality education. The first step is helping ten million children – because the brand believes that getting kids learning today prepares them for a better tomorrow.
There are over fifty eight million children who do not have access to primary education. And while many will go to lessons, not enough schools in Brazil, India, and Vietnam have the right facilities or qualified teachers. This means about 130 million children leave school every year without the foundation they need for the future. That’s why the Learning for Tomorrow initiative, which concentrates on improving access to quality education, is a very real and positive step forward.
Surf Excel will be working with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), to help make ‘Learning for Tomorrow.’ Like the brand, UNICEF believes a proper quality education for all helps set children up for life. And because they’re the experts in giving young people the best possible start, they know exactly what kind of help is needed where. The first step could be training more teachers, kitting out classrooms or tackling the social issues that lead to pupils dropping out of school.