In the local communities we serve, a quiet space at home, where one can do your homework or study in peace and quiet, is a luxury ill-afforded and seldom encountered.
Access to the public library is limited to whether you can afford the transport fees, or can walk kilometres to get there.
Recreation in any form is also hardly ever available to other members of the communities.
Doing homework, and especially school projects that require additional information, is therefore very difficult for children from these communities.

At Friend in Need, we have a well-stocked library, as well as a study area , to give children circumstances conducive to studying, and all members of the community access to recreational as well as informational reading material.
We hope with this to provide a first stepping stone in breaking the prevailing cycle of poverty.