The farms will provide the profit to pay for children’s education
and involve them in a healthy environment during their learning years.
YEF will finance education using profits from YEF operated farms. Profits will be used to fund elementary and high school tuition fees for orphans. Tuition fees directed towards a particular student are dependent upon that student’s participation in the program, and will be paid at the beginning of each semester.
In exchange for their involvement in the YEF program, each student will be required to maintain a pre-determined level of academic achievement as outlined by the YEF board of directors. Beyond this, students will be expected throughout their tenure in our program to attend once weekly a YEF designed educational course taught at their attending school teaching career planning, basic business skills and community development. The purpose of the YEF educational course is to allow students to learn the steps needed to achieve their dreams following their completion of high school, while ingraining the importance of contributing to the development of their own community in their adult years.