The Global Citizenship Partnership is REAP’s service learning initiative that partners U.S. elementary and high school students with Duha students. This approach builds bridges between different cultures to bring alive commonalities. Service learning enlarges a student's perspective on their own life through understanding another culture. In addition, by committing to an action, a student has the opportunity to effect change.
Hackley Lower School
Hackley Lower School students ran a read-a-thon to raise money for new books as well as support the Saturday reading program.
John Jay students worked on raising money to build a basketball court at the Duha School.
Leman Manhattan Preparatory School
The girl scout troop of Leman Manhattan Preparatory School designed a picture book about New York that they gave to the Girl Guides, for which the troop annualy raises funds. One year, it generated monies for the Piglet Project.
The Master's School
The Master's School created a series of games with instructions that they shared with Duha students, who in turn Duha shared Rwandan games with their Master's peers.
White Plains High School
Students from the White Plains High School of Human Rights raised money for a sustainable farming project in Rwanda called the "Mango for Hope Project." Through the "Moo Project," students raised money to purchase cows for the Duha Complex School. ESL students write letters to Duha students participating in the Saturday school program.
Windward Lower School
Windward Lower School students raised money through "Jumping Jacks for REAP" to purchase quality feed for the dairy farm, maintain the health of two calves, support the purchase of culturally relevant books, and purchase necessary school supplies.
REAP’s partners bolster programs and outreach through professional guidance and support.
Bank Street Graduate School of Education
Columbia University Teacher’s College: The Klingenstein Leadership Program
I AM: International Foundation
Level Up Village
Sustainable Health Enterprises