School on Wheels

The School on Wheels (SOW) program was established to provide street children an opportunity to get back into full time education. The process starts by bringing out-of-school children to LCP four mornings a week, over one school year.  They are introduced to a regimen of caring, learning, breakfast, lunch, and fun.

When funds are available, those who excel become a part of the SOW In-School Program.  These children are given a school uniform, school supplies, shoes, and a support network that encourages attendance at school, offers support when they are struggling and provides a weekly rice allowance. LCW/LCP has a commitment to see these children have every chance to progress and eventually graduate from high school.

Preschool Education

Preschools are located in 7 of the 15 communities. The four-year-old children receive preparation for public schooling. This gives them a good foundation to start their formal education. All the students receive a daily nutritional meal. Often this is the only meal these children have all day. For more information on the Preschool program please click here.

School on Wheels

School on Wheels (SOW) targets children 8-13 years old who are on the street and not in school. These children are usually behind in their education, so this program allows them to catch up so they can re-enter public school. This program offers them non-formal education 3 hours daily for 10 months. For more information about LCP’s SOW program please click here.

College Scholarships

The College Work Scholarship Program provided by sponsors/donors covers tuition, school transportation, projects and uniforms. Students can also select a vocational track if they are ineligeble for college. LCW is always a hand- up, not a hand- out. All recipients serve 10 hours of SWAP (Service With A Purpose) per month.  For more information of the College Work Scholarship Program click here.

  • Preschool Education
  • SOW Education
  • College Education Graduate