In the education sector, WLF focuses on three areas namely Early Childhood Education, Basic Literacy and Numeracy and Vocational Education. Program implementation emphasizes strengthening the capacity of educators, building relationships and linkages between stakeholders and utilizing existing platforms such as Teacher Working Groups and School Committees, and advocating for relevant governments to strengthen policy frameworks related to the three areas that are the focus of WLF’s work.
The programs implemented by WLF and its partners are expected to contribute to the achievement of the 4th SDGs goal, namely Ensuring Inclusive and Equitable Education and Increasing Lifelong Learning Opportunities for All.

Strengthening Tourism Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Ecosystem in Southwest Sumba

In close partnership with DESMA Center, WLF implements a two-year pilot program called “Strengthening Tourism Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Ecosystem in Southwest Sumba”.   read more

Strengthening of Basic Literacy Special Curriculum by Utilizing Local Potentials

WLF and Kuark Internasional collaborated in implementing the Strengthening the Concept of Curriculum for Basic Literacy Special Education by Utilizing Local Potentials program for Elementary Schools in Tambolaka, Southwest Sumba, NTT. This two-year program was implemented with the aim of improving the quality of teaching and developing students’ basic literacy and numeracy skills in three pilot schools, read more

Revitalizing Early Childhood Care And Development In Southwest Sumba

To increase access for children of 0-6 years old to quality HI-ECCD services, in December 2019, William and Lily Foundation (WLF), together with Sumba Integrated Development (SID), launched a program on Revitalizing Early Childhood Care and Development in Southwest Sumba, dedicated to improve the delivery of basic services, stimulation and intervention for early childhood development and responsive care.  read more