“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”

Itchy Feet Magazine

IHF JakartaEver wondered what it’s really like to teach English abroad and volunteer with children in a developing country? Two travellers tell us about how they are giving something back: International Humanity Foundation (IHF) is a not-for-profit children’s charity with ever growing projects in Indonesia, Thailand, and Kenya where currently up to 1,000 children now attend education centres. It is IHF’s mission to invest in children by providing them with a fundamental human right: education. In doing so they empower them with the skills and tools they need to overcome poverty and pursue rich and fulfilling lives, thereby becoming the leaders and pioneers of tomorrow. 

In addition to the more conventional disciplines of Maths, English and IT, IHF centres also provide a variety of social enterprise workshops and cultural field trips. The company wants to instil within their children a sense of pride and passion in their culture and heritage and a desire…

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