Burundi - Guidance To Apply Education Fund
Burundi, one of the poorest countries in the world, is nestled directly below the infamous country of Rwanda. Against overpowering hardships, thousands of Burundian children strive for a better future each day by yearning for better education in Burundi, most times without shoes, on rough country paths. These children are resilient to the unfortunate forces surrounding their lives and know that their only ticket out of poverty is education
Education in Burundi is challenging. The issues of deep poverty make it difficult for most students to obtain an education,therefore the introduction of Burundi Educational System which was introduced to cub this phenomenon.
The Burundi Education Fund,is a charitable organization formed to provide materials and financial support to students and schools in extreme poverty in Burundi. The Burundi Education Fund’s ultimate goal is to help children remain in school and eventually become self-reliant adults, leading to a break in the cycle of excessive poverty in their families. The Burundi Education Fund,intends to give the young generation a chance to grow, learn and create lasting opportunities for change not only in their small villages, but also in their country.
All Students and schools in extreme poverty in Burundi are Eligible.
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- i)The Burundi Education Fund is based on Christian principles and values.
- ii)The funding should be to provide educational young children and facilities within the Education sector.
- iii)Applicants must be a Burundi students seeking to pursue Grade 6th grade in education in an accredited institution.
i)Valid student Number or Registration Number.
ii). Guarantors Endorsement
iii).Active Bank Account
iv). Institutional Endorsement
v). Passport-sized Photographs v vi).Admission Letters.
vii).valid Student Identity Cards.
You can apply for a transfer exchange program or home exclusive program. The goal of Burundi Education transfer program program is to bring Burundian high school students to America to finish their education.
- The Process for applying for Burundi Education Fund is as follows
Step 1 Pick the Application Form from Burundi Education Fund head office.
Eligible students will be required to produce Admission Letters; while continuing students applying for the first time or otherwise will be required to produce valid Student Identity Cards.
Applicants who come from homes in the remote, rural areas of Burundi and other from capital city Bujumbura also required to produce extra funds from their parents to provide extra financial support for their stay in America for a period of their stay in high School in USA.
These Burundian students MUST come from extreme poverty communities.
Applicants are required to submit all duly completed Education fund Application Documents to designated through the District Offices in their home districts in not later than two (2)months.
Answer every question, even if it does not apply to your situation. If an answer or the whole application is considered incomplete by BEF, the application may be returned or refused.
If you do not have an answer to a question, and there are no instructions for it on the form or in the Instruction Guide, write “not applicable” or “N/A” in the space provided. That shows you have read and filled out the form fully. To apply for these loans.
It is also imperative in addition from coming from extreme poverty communities to be a Burundian citizen in order to be enrolled in Burundi Education Fund program and in either a primary or High School at the time of applying for this funding.
Step 2 Parents/Guardian must endorse on your (BEF) Application form
Both parents/Guardian are required to endorse (sign and thumbprint) the duly completed Education Fund Application documents. The thumb-printing shall be done before visiting nearest District Education Office during working hours. Guarantors and the respective students must personally know each other.
Step 3 Attach your passport photos and admission letter on the Application form.
If you are applying for the First time you are required to attach two (2) duly endorsed recent passport-sized photographs, to the completed application form before submission. Attach your admission Letter from the institution you intend to study from.
Step 4 Submit the completed Application Form
Submit your application with all the required document.After selection, the Board shall select and identify the Needy Student for Funding,their funds will be disbursed to their various schools.
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i) Copies of the Academic documents
ii) A copy of an admission letter.
iii) A copy of a document identifying the applicant:
iv) Three recent passport photographs.
v) Chart of prescribed fees.
vi) Active Bank Account Number.
vii) Birth certificate
viii)School recommendation Letter
Explain the fees structure which is required for obtaining the certificate/document.
The Fund varies from 2-5 year basing on the duration of Education of applicant.
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processing takes 60 working days
- Burundi Education Fund.
P.O. Box 7702
Appleton, WI 54912
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Burundi, one of the poorest countries in the world, is nestled directly below the infamous country of Rwanda. The countries have shared the same colonial history and the, same tragic ethnic cleansings and genocides that have occurred since the 1960’s. Since the end of the recent 13-year civil war (1993-2006), the recovery has been extremely slow and the level of poverty has deepened.
The GDP per Capita in Burundi has been lower than that of Haiti since 2010. Education has become a costly privilege in Burundi; only a few finish high school.
Electricity, clean drinking water, sanitation and other basic infrastructure are absent in the majority of schools.
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