Testimonials

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DAVID GAME (UNITED KINGDOM)

“Winston Churchill once said: “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give”. We are aware that many bright young people of the world can only dream of going to college, especially, a renowned one. By supporting Educate the Planet we can bring real value to someone’s life, and, through all these changes, we build a better future for all of us.”

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DR. JOHN DALTON (UNITED KINGDOM)

“Educate the Planet offers programmes and courses that cannot be found in a basic college or university curriculum. The diversity impresses, and it is extremely valuable in broadening the horizons of young people. They can choose a new path in professional areas that are not available in their native countries.”

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MARINA DIBROVA (RUSSIA)

“I believe that developing countries conceal extraordinary human potential. The best way to unleash it is to give students from these countries better chances for international education. It will stimulate economic growth in developing markets and benefit humanity in the long run. This is the reason why I strongly support Educate the Planet.”

MICHAEL RYE (UNITED KINGDOM)

“Many nations are now too far gone to borrow money for wars. No country has ever borrowed and spent this way to education. There is no nation that is financially backed  insofar as it can afford both war and civilized society. By investing in education, we help young generations make the right choice and provide them with values and attitudes to live in unity and.”

Educate the Planet's advisor USA

ERIC STEVENS (UNITED STATES)

“Through accessible, holistic and quality education, we bring not just personal benefits to the talented youth but build self-sustaining, tolerant and economically viable communities around the world. Education is an essential building block of every civilized society that contributes to global competency.”

Educate the Planet's advisor from Vietnam

DR. THAO D.H. NGO (VIETNAM)

“All men by nature desire to learn. Young people from developing countries shouldn’t be deprived of the opportunity to study, develop and change their lives. Whatever barriers they can face on their way to a better-educated future, we are eager to put our minds and efforts to bridge the gap between top young talents and the academic world.”

Educate the Planet's advisor from UK

SABIHA RUMANI MALIK (UNITED KINGDOM)

“Education teaches young people to make a life first and then make a living. We believe that what students in the developing world need most are not academic attains as such, but rather life skills which will boost their confidence, lay the foundation for personal fulfillment and, as a result, foster prosperity and well-being for everyone.”

Educate the Planet's advisor (UK)

ALEKSANDRAS ALEKSEJEVAS (UNITED KINGDOM)

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”, Nelson Mandela once said. At Educate the Planet, we are driven by the idea that education is a key investment we should make to prevent illnesses, foster peace and maintain global prosperity and sustainability in real time and in the long run.”

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