Pangea Educational Development (PED)
Beneficiary Organization Partner
Pangea Educational Development (PED) is a U.S. registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering schools, teachers, and communities through sustainable education and community building. Founded in 2011, PED has focused on partnering with schools in Uganda through a three phase model that jointly identifies problems, maps and implements sustainable projects, and equips schools with the tools to manage their programs in the future. More recently, PED has expanded their programming to serve the educational needs of larger communities, including offering educational opportunities in refugee camps.
Learn more about their model below or click on the donate button to support their mission!
Pangea Projects We Support
Mobile Library Project
Pangea Educational Development is determined to create a reading culture in Uganda by making books accessible to all communities. Find out how they’re bringing books straight to the homes of youth throughout Uganda.
Why We Need Creativity in Times of Crisis
Pangea Educational Development created an amazing book to help children understand COVID-19 and it is available for free! Check out this blog to learn more about it.
Literacy Instruction Training
Pangea wants to invite trained and experienced teachers from around the world to join in the efforts of training the local Ugandan teachers. Check out this blog to know more!
Celebrating Pangea Educational Development
To celebrate International Literacy Day this year, we are recognizing the incredible efforts of our partner Pangea Educational Development. Read more about what they are up to and updates on their Pangea Publishing Project.
Innovation in Philanthropy Winner: Pangea Publishing!
We are so proud and excited to share that our partner, Pangea Educational Development, won the Innovation in Philanthropy award for their project Pangea Publishing! Check out this blog to know more.
Why Our Library Project Matters
Pangea Educational Development is partnering with St. James Primary School in building a library. Read this blog to know more!
Meet Zalwango Josephine
Zalwango Josephine is a grade five to seven English and Social Studies teacher at St. James. With over 130 students, from ages 4 to 16, she no doubt has her hands full at times. Here’s what keeps her passionate about helping St. James continue to grow!