Remote Island Education


In some areas only a small portion of children receive formal education and the ability to succeed outside of their village. 



Overcrowding, shrinking fish stocks, diminishing food availability and the growing demand on infrastructure and facilities within remote communities it is of vital importance to promote skill development within children that will allow them the ability to succeed in the global environment.



With the limited resources they have the teachers do a fantastic job of educating the children and the children are keen to learn, we hope to be able to make their learning environment as enjoyable as possible

You can help in 2 ways

1. Help to provide necessary learning materials, books, equipment, stationary and sporting goods which assist local community education programs develop children’s desire to learn.
2. Assist with one of the larger projects such as the Avunatari school project. Avunatari School


Remote Island Aid is an international NGO (Non Government Organization) which by way of business activities invests in local aid projects in diverse lands. Remote Island Aid does not directly solicit donations rather encourages participation in assistance projects. All enquiries to

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