CHAREWO which stands for Children’s Arts Education World, whose main aim is to champion the use of the rich arts heritage, cultural resources, indigenous knowledge and skills as critical elements of participatory arts education for sustainable development. Children’s Arts Education World is striving to promote effectively partnerships between community of artists and 9 custodians of arts heritage on one hand, and the formal education institutions on the other hand in producing quality education for
sustainable development facilitated through arts driven creative leaning and teaching.

CHAREWO has also created a platform for seeking international assistance for running programmes for effective training of school based teachers and community based artists as effective arts educators for development. The organization has also made itself available to participate in government programmes aimed at reforming education systems to effectively brings arts into school curricula and the curriculum of teacher education as well as to play a role in national cultural policy reforms that ensure that arts
education by non-governmental organizations and intergenerational transmission of arts heritage by custodians of cultural heritage are effectively supported.

After every three months we release a CHAREWO news that promotes events that are happening all over the world in the Children Arts Education World and organizations that are affiliated to us.

Charewo is governed by a Steering Commettee, It was Founded by Dr Robert Mc Laren and it was Handed over to Ms Kapenangutjiua Vetira who is the current Director at the moment.

We would like to have more organizations Affiliating them self to us.