Our mission

To partner schools in Developed nations with schools in Developing nations

To provide educational support through resources and infrastructure

To implement sustainable health solutions

To encourage and facilitate relationships between students in partnered schools

To empower students in Developed nations to make a positive difference in the lives of students in Developing nations

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Our Vision

To improve education and health outcomes for students in Developing nations

To alleviate poverty through education

To facilitate sustainable communities in Developing nations

To partner all schools in Developed nations with schools in Developing nations

To increase awareness, understanding and generosity between people of Developed and Developing nations

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our approach

Our approach is to work collaboratively with community groups (schools) and individuals, to achieve mutually agreed goals that build capacity to both alleviate poverty in practical ways and raise awareness of how education can overcome poverty. Our philosophy is based on:

  • The principles of Human Flourishing
  • The principles of the Dignity of the Human Person, recognising the value of and respect for each individual to enable achievement of their full potential; contribution to the Common Good through building lasting, positive relationships based on Ubuntu – ‘I am who I am because of who we all are’
  • Subsidiarity, which facilitates decisions being made by those who will be most affected.
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OUR BHAG

To partner every school in a developing country with a school in a developed country, thereby making education possible for every child in every country.

Such that GSP becomes a global organisation that enhances education, understanding and tolerance in all children through sharing culturally, experientially and financially - to form a global classroom, striving for equity.

African quote:

The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago, the next best time is today