Spread the Knowledge


Being a strong believer in the power of knowledge and education, Oznur invests most of her energy and resources to support projects that make knowledge available to all; as still, there are many children without access to primary education.

Together with Groundbreaker, Oznur is making a shift towards knowledge spread and its quality improvement in the areas where hundreds of children would struggle to get it otherwise.


Instead of gifts for their wedding, Oznur and Serg Bell asked their guests to consider a donation to a life-changing initiative. The fundraising goal of 139,297€ was successfully reached in its total amount; and three crucial initiatives to support were selected to influence the lives of children in need and create a brighter future for them.


The Mukomari Primary School, Kenya | budget - €50K

6 classrooms and a new sanitary block of 10 latrines were delivered in addition to the existing school facilities. The project contributed to physical infrastructure, sanitation, and hygiene improvement.

​“…The new facilities in the school have provided a new lease of life to the school, and the whole community is now alive with a sense of newness.”  

– Cleophas, Core Health and Wealth International

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The Kageru Primary School, Tanzania | budget - €38.3K

Overcrowded classrooms of 75 students on average do not allow to provide sufficient quality education, and students' performance here is worrisome.

The project leads to higher attendance rates, better grades, and ultimately better educational prospects beyond primary school via the construction of two new classrooms, fully furnished with 30 desks and blackboards, within a 6-month timeframe.

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The Mongar School, Bhutan | allocated budget - €51K

While this school is one of the best in the region to provide educational services to children with various difficulties, it still lacks accessible classrooms.

We plan to build accessible facilities. The classrooms will be connected through accessible footpaths and ramps. The project will directly benefit 43 students and 7 teachers.

The project is expected to be finished by December 2024, pending the ongoing completion of tender protocols in various phases for the contractors.

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