Who we are
What We Do
The Worldwide Education Fund (WEF) was started in 2009, by Connie & Kamal Daya after a trip to South Asia brought them face to face with the urgent needs of underprivileged students.
Since its founding, WEF has helped to educate and empower over 10,000 students through numerous initiatives aimed at English Language Learning and Technology Proficiency.
For more information on the activities of the foundation, please visit our site: wefdallas.org
Our school connects native English-speaking volunteers from USA and other English-speaking countries to students and youth in Tajikistan, Pakistan, India and Bangladesh over the internet, using an online platform. The main programs focus on English language skills, but we provide wherever possible Math skills, Career Counseling and Teachers Training.
For more information about the English language program, check our page: ESL and Language Labs
Our brick and mortar operations
We are also running on the ground programs, schools and other kinds of partnerships. Some of the most exciting projects are taking place in the Early Childhood Development Programs. For more information please check our Early Childhood page.
GVS Project: Academic Program
Our EAP Program is our newest and most ambitious yet. In the coming years, GVS will be offering several A-level subjects (high school subjects) for underprivileged students with good English skills, ages 16-19. For younger students, ages 14-16, we are now running the pilot English-language course, based on the Cambridge international curriculum for IGCSE and targets students who have a good English level (B1) and who are looking to grow their skills and maybe continue their studies in English. For more information on the current EAP program (Cambridge IGCSE English), please see our EAP Program page.
Global Virtual School
The Global Virtual School focuses on delivering English-language courses that are of excellent quality. The aim is to help students in underserved areas of the world to improve their English and their critical thinking skills at a level similar to that of youths in the Western world.
If you are interested in joining one of our programs, becoming a teacher or donate, please contact GVS Program Manager at: