The idea of establishing the organization emerged after a serious consideration of international reports and statistics in areas that do not receive sufficient attention from government services, due to economic conditions, wars, conflicts and disasters.
These reports indicated a high rate of illiteracy, a widening gap in education, a deterioration in basic education services, and the limited access to primary education for many children (UNHCR reports that 50% of refugee children do not have access to primary education).
The issue of education at the turn of the new millennium continues to be a huge challenge, in terms of completing basic education, having equal gender opportunities, addressing the problems of dropping out, and improving the quality of education.
The organization strongly believes that improving the educational services and facing the education problems can be achieved only through a real and effective partnership between the public, private, and the third sector. Hence, the organization believes in community partnership to promote and support educational services where it operates, and has a sense of responsibility towards the poor educational conditions in many countries.