EduDeo Ministries advances Christ-centred education in three key ways:
Christ-centred teaching integrates the Gospel into every subject, lesson, and story. When teachers and leaders are invested in, students reap the benefits.
Christ-centred schools are more than just centres of learning – they’re beacons of hope, shining Jesus’ light to their communities.
Practical supports like bursaries, desks, disabilty aides and more, ensure all children - no matter their situation - have access to a transformational education.
We work exclusively through partnerships with locally-led organizations in the majority world. We want communities to be agents of their own transformation – leaders of their own sustainable development. That’s why you won’t see EduDeo’s name on schools around the world. What you will see is organizations making change best suited to their cultures and contexts.
Christ calls us to bring His Gospel to the ends of the earth – to all His children. That’s why we work with organizations serving in vulnerable communities – so all children, no matter their situation, have access to a life-transforming education. We currently work in 11 countries in Central America, the Caribbean, Sub-Saharan Africa, and South East Asia.Meet our partners
Education is one of the most effective ways to alleviate physical poverty, providing children better opportunities for employment and security.
Children need more, however, than just physical well-being. They need lives of purpose, meaning, and joy. Christ-centred education teaches children to live as Christ - creating agents of transformation in the world.Learn More
Meet the people passionate about changing the world through Christ-centred education.
We strive to steward the resources God has given us, using our time, finances, and gifts to further the transformative work of advancing Christ-centred education.
To do this well, we need to invest in international partners and build relationships with you, our supporters.
When it comes to your donation, we’re open books.View MOST RECENT financial statement