- Literacy rate: adult 48.7%; youth 74.4% UNICEF
- Primary school completion (grades 1-6): 85%
- Secondary school (grades 7-13) participation: <30%
- Access to mobile phones: 60%; Access to internet, 12%
A group of adult students, including many teachers, has graduated every year since the computer lab was established in 2011. In 2016 6th, 10th, and 11th grade students have attended classes. As of 2017, all the computers were replaced with new machines.
Young adults, particularly girls, often cannot complete their secondary education. The program prepares girls for their role as homemakers, introducing them to topics such as nutrition, hygiene, housekeeping, pediatric nursing, family education, and financial management.
Interest in soccer has grown out of the youth program. Boys and girls soccer teams compete in leagues with teams in the area. Teams take turns hosting games at their respective locations. The community truck is used to take team members and fans to away games. FBR supporters provide much or most of the needed soccer gear. Balls are provided for the league teams a number of local schools for recess and informal games.
One of the most significant problems in developing and conflict-affected countries is the failure of education systems to realize their potential to empower adolescent girls.
— Cynthia B. Lloyd, New Lessons: The Power of Educating Adolescent Girls