In Egypt, Smallworld provided vocational training courses to 10 underprivileged children in the following skills: Mechanics, Carpentry, Accessory Making & Hairdressing, to help open future job opportunities for them.
In Columbia, Smallworld provided vocational training courses to 7 children in the following skills: Integral Coiffure, Food Manipulation, Finance, Accounting and Music, to develop practical skills for when they are ready to take an active role in the society and be competent in the labor market.
In Aangan- India, SmallWorld helped prepare 288 children for enrolling in public schools by providing them with vocational and semi-educational courses.
In Italy, funding provided by Smallworld has sponsored 10 children to help them attend the school's year 2012/2013 and enroll them in different schools.
In Bangladesh, 27 children who are victims of either abandoned parents or family disintegration, benefited from SmallWorld’s Vocational Training & Non-formal Education support.
SmallWorld sponsored 3 children in Jordan, for two consecutive years, by giving them the chance to get their education, and protect them from all kinds of exploitation that they may be exposed to.
In Lebanon, the funds donated from SmallWorld has helped support and educate 17 children, for the period of one year, enabling them through training and education, and reinforcing the educative role of their families in the lives of these children.
In Mexico, SmallWorld helped 34 children get their education as well as acquire a skill that will help them in the future lead to a normal, happy and secured life.
In Panama, SmallWorld sponsored 5 children and helped them get proper education, in order to secure their future and make a successful career.
In the Philippines, funding provided by SmallWorld sponsored 12 children and helped them get education in schools and supported many of them throughout college education.
In the UAE, SmallWorld, and in collaboration with EWA’A, has initiated a child education department that is responsible for educating the victims of human trafficking.
In Ukraine, SmallWorld has given the chance to 17 children from various ages to get education for five to six years depending on their age.