Alternative Poverty Eradication Bureau for Africa (APEBA) provides educational support schemes that aims to empower the vulnerable youth, vulnerable children, orphans, widows and their households. These include:
- Vocational Education programmes entrepreneur mentorship, vocational skill development
- Formal Education, under which children from vulnerable households receives scholarship to enable them attend school;
- Literacy, through home visits and youth clubs,
- vital reading and writing skills especially among adolescent girls to help them improve their school performance.
Quality education empowers people to take advantage of opportunities around them. It helps children get knowledge, information and life skills they need to realize their potential. Training teachers, building schools, providing education materials and breaking down barriers that prevent orphans and vulnerable children from accessing education are important features of poverty alleviation programms.