Because Every Child Deserves a Chance


without Borders


Education without Borders provides educational opportunities for disadvantaged and at-risk children through initiatives in South Africa and Canada, including after-school support programs in Math, English, Science, school leadership and youth mentorship.​


The 10th Annual Vancouver South African Film Festival has been postponed due to Covid-19. 


EwB learners in South Africa can look ahead to an interesting beginning to the year. There will be after school classes in Math, English and ... Surfing! 

Guy Cohen and Nathan Paul (with EwB) will be running the Surf Clinic to give disadvantaged children an opportunity to experience something new, have fun and learn about the ocean.


The Sydney South African Film Festival is thrilled to present features and documentaries that explore the culture, history and politics of South Africa. All proceeds go to disadvantaged school children in South Africa.



Kwakhanya Mathanzima is a 5th Grade learner who studies in EwB’s after school program. 

"I am attending EwB because it helps me to learn new things about Maths and English. My favourite subjects are Math, English and Social Science. After joining EwB, I have learnt new words in English and do the column method in Maths.

I live in Khayelitsha in Mandela Park with my family. When I grow up, I want to be a doctor in a government hospital".




Just $360 (less than a dollar a day) allows one student to complete one year of EwB’s after-school program, and provides them with a meal every day.

Education without Borders

104 – 2786 West 16th Ave

Vancouver, BC V6K 3C4


Website design by Nidhi Raina for Education without Borders